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Reality show contestants survived in the wilderness for a year, only to learn show was cancelled after a month.

Reality show contestants survived in the wilderness for a year, only to learn show was cancelled after a month.

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After surviving alone in the wild for an entire year, reality TV show contestants on the show "Eden" finally emerged from the woods having fought off hunger, fatigue, and difficult social dynamics while living in a remote area of the British Isles. But, most of that won't be seen on the show, as it stopped running back in August, after only four episodes.

Here's the concept for the original premise of the show, which included 23 contestants, according to a promotional statement for the show:

With no prescribed infrastructure, the group will take in with them only what they can carry and the basics needed to kick start their experience, including the tools of their trade. What they do and how they do it is up to them. The series will follow the groups’ journey as they debate their own rules and laws, decide if they want to live together or separately, accept majority decisions or do as each of them pleases. Over 12 months, how will they work together to build their own shelter, grow their own food and raise their own livestock?

Sources: NY Times,Channel 4
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