Survivorman Bigfoot is essentially the same concept, except now Les Stroud is on the prowl for Bigfoot in various locations.
More so than the usual Bigfoot endeavor, Les Stroud seems to take a realistic approach to locating the legendary creature, to a point. Les Stroud does raise the question, "Where did the idea of Bigfoot living in a cave come from? Why do they need to live in caves?" There are a few other examples of Les questioning the "accepted" myth; more of this is needed, as more advancement can be made by continuing to question the norm.
There were some interesting theories brought forth during the show, from Bigfoot lookouts, to organized government assassinations of Bigfoot herds. Conspiracy theorists are going to have a field day with conspiracy gold like that, probably expanding and creating new accepted theories.
Anyone who is familiar with paranormal investigating can relate to the show a tad, where Les states that Bigfoot Hunters don't share information with each other, much to the detriment of the field. Anything related to paranormal study can only be advanced if people can get together and exchange ideas, no matter how crazy the ideas are.
Hopefully Les Stroud can continue to further the exposure to new theories, and question the normal practice. Is it possible Les Stroud can be the bridge between Bigfoot investigators?