The Outdoor Sports Show

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Extreme outdoor sports series is a little dry.

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Positive Messages

Extreme sports are fun, and where they take place can be beautiful. Many are potentially dangerous. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Some athletes, both male and female, thrive in extreme sports. Some are experts or elite athletes, while others are just enthusiasts. 


No accidents are shown, but it is noted that some outdoor sports can be extremely dangerous thanks to rugged terrain, riding down steep cliffs, and not following safety procedures. 


Lots of sponsor logos, including brands like Red Bull, Michelin, Adidas, Red Fox Outdoor Gear, Apple, etc. Instagram and other social media referenced. 

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Champagne is often opened and poured over the victors of races. 

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that The Outdoor Sports Show is a series that features a range of outdoor sporting events, from paragliding to bike racing, that take place around the world. Some of the activities and competitions are more extreme than others, but some details are offered about the rules and safety procedures athletes must follow. There are lots of sponsor logos visible in most segments (Adidas, Red Bull, Apple), and social media outlets like Instagram are sometimes referenced. 

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What's the story?

THE OUTDOOR SPORTS SHOW is a magazine show that features some of the world's most spectacular outdoor athletic events. From the Algarve Bike Challenge in Portugal and the German Jennerstier ski mountaineering race, to watching pilots compete in the World Paragliding Competition finals in Colombia, viewers get to watch as amateur and elite athletes participate in adrenaline-pumping outdoor sports. Athletes share details about each event, including the rules, risks, safety measures, and what makes it unique. They also share what they love about participating in the sport. Profiles of individuals involved in these kinds of sports in unique ways are also featured. 

Is it any good?

Each installment of this documentary-like series offers viewers an in-depth, and often first-hand, look at a range of heart-pounding outdoor sporting events and competitions. Spectacular video footage is featured in each episode's three segments. However, thanks to the show's magazine format, these images  are repetitive and too drawn out, mainly because they are designed to accompany the lengthy, and often dry, explanations of what goes on during each event. Die-hard extreme sports fans will find it worth the watch, but The Outdoor Sports Show just isn't as exciting as the sports phenomena it follows. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the different competitions featured in The Outdoor Sports Show. Were there any that you were not aware of until now? Would you like to participate in any of them some day?

  • What is your favorite sport to watch? To participate in? 

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