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|Created by||Bruce Nash|
|Narrated by||Mitch Lewis (announcer, 2007)|
Brian Cummings (announcer, 2007–2010)
Beau Weaver (narrator, 2007)
Tyler Derek (narrator, 2007–2010)
|Theme music composer||Shawn K. Clement|
|Composer||Shawn K. Clement|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||7|
|No. of episodes||94 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producers||Bruce Nash|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company||Nash Entertainment|
|Original release||September 12, 2007 –|
July 15, 2010
Most Daring is an American reality television series produced by Nash Entertainment and truTV Original Productions, originally airing on truTV for 7 seasons from September 2007 to July 2010.
Initially showing only rescue footage, it later became a companion to the show Most Shocking and like its sister show, it features footage of police chases, daring rescues, vehicular accidents, catastrophic fails, abnormal talents, and other crazy and outrageous content which sometimes could be scary for some viewers. It bills itself as "The Footage too shocking for Most Shocking."
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||12||September 12, 2007||March 12, 2008|
|2||14||March 19, 2008||August 6, 2008|
|3||13||September 17, 2008||January 7, 2009|
|4||15||January 14, 2009||July 15, 2009|
|5||13||July 29, 2009||October 21, 2009|
|6||13||October 28, 2009||January 27, 2010|
|7||14||February 17, 2010||July 15, 2010|
|Country||TV Network(s)||Series Premiere||Weekly Schedule||Status|
|Australia||Fox8||Unknown||Weekdays 2:30 pm||Currently airing|
|Belgium||2BE||Unknown||Mondays 8:00 pm||Currently airing|
|Brazil||TruTV||Unknown||Saturdays 11:00 pm||Currently airing|
|Estonia||Kanal 12||Unknown||Weekends||Currently airing|
|Greece||Skai TV||Unknown||Weekends 3:00 pm||Currently airing|
|India||AXN India||Unknown||Monday to Thursday 11:00 pm||Currently airing|
|Italy||Sky Italia||Unknown||Unknown||Currently airing|
|Norway||Viasat 4||Unknown||Fridays 8:35 pm||Currently airing|
|Poland||Polsat Play||December 1, 2012||Variable||Varied|
|United Arab Emirates||MBC Action||Unknown||Thursdays 4:00 pm||Currently airing|
|United Kingdom||Virgin 1||Unknown||Unknown||Varied|
(All of above times are local times of each country)
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