Graham and the crew look back at Season 10. From revealing conversations with tennis star Novak Djokovic and cricket phenom Virat Kohli to wild moments with the Lion Whisperer Kevin Richardson and NBA star Dwight Howard, the team relives some of the funniest and poignant moments that spanned the globe from South Africa to Serbia.
From cricket to tennis to surfing, show host Graham Bensinger has played with some of the world’s greatest athletes. But their skills definitely didn’t transfer. In Season 10, Graham wiped out with surfing legend Kelly Slater, got dunked on by NBA champ Dwight Howard and took a few hard serves from tennis great Novak Djokovic.
Show host Graham Bensinger and his team traveled the globe in Season 10, from South Africa to India to Serbia. Even for seasoned travelers, things don’t always go as planned. Whether it was encountering wild lions with the Lion Whisperer Kevin Richardson, braving the fans of the world’s most famous cricketer Virat Kohli or just trying to film a game of ‘pig’ at Venice Beach with Lamar Odom…without a permit, trouble is often waiting for the crew on location.
It’s not every day a film shoot starts with an escape plan and a safety warning – if you are afraid of the lions, leave now. For Season 10 of In Depth with Graham Bensinger, the crew traveled to South Africa to interview the Lion Whisperer Kevin Richardson and meet some of his furry, and possibly ferocious, friends. Stateside, Graham and the team toured the home of NBA champion Dwight Howard complete with impressive snake collection and guard dog. Plus, Tony La Russa gave Graham a tour of his Animal Rescue Foundation, detailing the training the animals receive to become service dogs.
From the outside, the lives of professional athletes and celebrities may seem charmed. In Season 10 of In Depth with Graham Bensinger, a common story shows the truth, that greatness comes from a place of struggle. Lamar Odom, Tony La Russa, Novak Djokovic, Virat Kohli, Kelsey Grammer and Kevin Richardson open up about the personal and professional obstacles they have overcome to succeed.