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James Franco Will Strip Down and Man Up with Seth Rogen for a Special 'Naked and Afraid'

James Franco and Seth Rogen in Naked and Afraid.
Discovery's Mega Week has Hollywood baring it all when stars of the upcoming film, The Interview, James Franco and Seth Rogen attempt to survive 21 days Naked and Afraid on Sunday, December 7th at 8 p.m. ET/PT. For this very special installment of the hit survival series that started TV’s naked craze: Naked and Afraid, Franco and Rogen will be tested and pushed to breaking point to find out if they have what it takes to strip-down and survive not only the wilderness, but each other’s company in Naked and Afraid: Franco and Rogen.

Franco and Rogen will be dropped off in a remote location with no food, no water…and NO CLOTHES. The Hollywood stars will have 21 days to survive with nothing but one personal item each. From the dirty water the duo is forced to drink, to nightly spooning to keep warm, this is a Naked and Afraid not to be missed.

The bromantic duo can take a lesson from other couples who survived the successful series previous season during this hour long special Naked and Awkward, which Naked and Afraid: Franco and Rogen will be a part of. Naked and Awkward will reveal all of the embarrassing moments the survivalists have had to endure, from excruciating small talk with a naked stranger to humiliating hygiene issues, all caught on camera.

Later in the night, an even raunchier, uncensored cut of Naked and Afraid: Franco and Rogen will be aired at 11:15 p.m. ET/PT.



Naked and Afraid is produced for Discovery Channel by Renegade 83; David Garfinkle, Jay Renfroe and Steve Rankin are executive producers. For Discovery, Denise Contis is executive producer and Joseph Boyle is co-executive producer.

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