Highlights: Economic collapse - Bioterrorism Jay Blevins is a former law enforcement officer who is prepping with his family and neighbors for a global economic collapse.
The quality of their preparations is graded by the consulting company Practical Preppers, who provide analysis and recommendations for improvements. Neil Genzlinger in The New York Times condemned it as an "absurd excess on display and at what an easy target the prepper worldview is for ridicule," noting, "how offensively anti-life these shows are, full of contempt for humankind." In response to negative comments, Jay Desai, who was featured in the shows first season, responded: "We don’t make it an obsession like some folks but we do spend a fair amount of time and money on it. you can’t always rely on the government or society to help you.
The more people that are prepping minded, the better off we’ll all do." Dennis Mc Clung and family show their backyard food production system known as the Garden Pool; Lisa Bedford (The Survival Mom) takes urban preparation to a new level in preparing for a financial collapse; The Kobler and Hunt families combine forces in order to ensure food production through an economic collapse.
He is using his privately owned amusement park, called Deadwood, so that he, his friends and family can survive.
Bryan Smith, remembering his eventful past has been prepping for an economic collapse.
Highlights: Yellowstone Supervolcano - Global food crisis - Home automation - Aquaponics Bob Kay, a nutritional scientist in Southern California, is prepping for environmental destruction due to massive earthquakes; politician Joshua Wander is preparing for a terrorist attack, teaching others about prepping and stocking up kosher foods (matzos and mre's); Ryan Croft is prepping for a global financial crisis by cultivating alternative food sources like spirulina and earthworms.