Watch a sneak peek of ‘Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?’

“Are You Tougher?” comes from Thom Beers, the man behind “Deadliest Catch,” “Ice Road Truckers,” “Ax Men,” “Storage Wars,” and “Pitchmen.”

UPDATE (June 29): While the viewing period for the sneak preview clip is now over, stay tuned to Bryan on Scouting for more details on the show as soon as I get them!

If seeing is believing, consider me a believer.

Five months after I first told you about Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?, the new reality show on the National Geographic Channel, we now get our first look at the series.

First impression? This is gonna be awesome.

The show, which pits real Scouts against adults who didn’t quite make Eagle as boys, is scheduled to debut this November.

Count on me to keep you updated once we have a firm air date and more information.

What did you think of the clip?

45 thoughts on “Watch a sneak peek of ‘Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?’

  1. At the time real eagle scouts are returning their medals because the gay discrimination the Scouts of America answer back by giving away the eagle medals in a TV show.
    What happen if the contestant who wins the medal is gay? they will give him the medal anyway? or they don’t let gay people to participate?
    Why they don’t make a show call “are you more bigotry than a scout”?

  2. I echo the sentiments of many here and do hope that Scouting be shown in a good light. Most reality shows does invite drama and stuff because of ratings. I believe the better reality show I have seen was Stan Lee’s “Who Wants to be a Superhero” where people get eliminated because of non-heroic actions and people are rewarded because they came back to help someone they are competiting against. Most reality shows today rewards people for being devious, two-faced, and overly dramatic.

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