Make Mondays Better With ‘Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?’

It’s got adventure, humor, drama, and it makes Mondays better!

Tune in to the new reality TV show “Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?” each Monday  at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on the National Geographic Channel through April 1 (when two episodes will be aired).

In episode 4, “Where Eagles Fly,” the Scouts and challengers will put their pioneering and shooting skills to the test. Tune in to see who comes out on top!

The “Tougher” Web page ( features show information, and you can help build local buzz by posting this week’s trailer on your website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and any other social media.

This show is a great opportunity to showcase the great character and leadership skills that are developed in Scouting.

3 Responses to Make Mondays Better With ‘Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?’

  1. Juliana Helwig says:

    I love watching Are Tougher Than A Boy Scout, however, I don’t enjoy watching the fat out of shape scouters try to be tougher than a teen age in shape Boy Scout! I mean what is that? It’s like saying, here is what you are going to look like when you are older, Fat and out of shape! Give the boys a real challenge, show off the boys real Eagle Talent! What they have worked hard to achieve! And do it against men who are not as heavy and ready to keel over out there in that hot desert sun!

  2. Randy and Jo Kopsa says:

    As a general rule, we do not like reality shows, but we have certainly enjoyed the “Tougher Than a Boy Scout” series. Keep up the great work and keep the show on the air.

  3. Bobby Sammons says:

    The show is good, but like everything it could be better. I think that it would great to have different Scouts on each episode. The Scouts that they use on each show are always the same, and while they are really great Scouts, they are always the same! Lets get more boys involved so people in all parts of the nation can see boys from possibly their own home town. Think of the recruiting possibilities.

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