Our Television Series – “Chefs Run Wild”


Chad Klyne, Lyndon Wiebe & Clayton Klyne from web series turned television show “Chefs Run Wild”.

Chad Klyne, Lyndon Wiebe & Clayton Klyne from web series turned television show “Chefs Run Wild”.












The “Without Borders” web series was a 100% self funded and self produced project about three chefs learning traditional recipes from the local people in S.E. Asia.

The series has now been turned into a 13 episode television series called Chefs Run Wild on the Travel and Escape network in Canada. It has also been sold as a 15 episode series in many countries around the world including Nat Geo People in Europe and Asia.

We are now THRILLED to be on the new fall line up on APTN in Canada. Since the twins are Metis, there is no other network we would rather be a part of and at the same time, keeping it 100% real in Canada!

We are currently looking in to new projects so let us know if you have any ideas!


Let us know if you have any questions at all and one of us will get back to you straight away!

See our Contact us page for more details.

You can find out more about our show by
clicking the links below.

Chefs Run Wild APTN Canada

Chefs Run Wild - Nat Geo

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Without Borders have won 3 consecutive Taste Awards for 2010 – 2012 and nominated in 2103 for the best food & travel series on the web.

6 Responses to “Our Television Series – “Chefs Run Wild”” Subscribe

  1. Peter September 29, 2016 at 4:52 am #

    Hey guys….just seen your show for the first time. Your accents were so familiar I had to look up the show.
    That’s cool to see Canadian chefs traveling like this and to have a show.
    I’m a chef working in Dubai and have been fortunate to travel a lot through Asia and experience the foods from various restaurants, etc.
    Will there be future expeditions?

    • Without Borders October 5, 2016 at 11:18 pm #

      Hello Peter,

      Thanks for the comment. We filmed it all ourselves on our own dime and was lucky enough to make it in to a show. We are still looking to do it again but looking for funding at the moment. Thanks again for the comment.

  2. Dianna July 1, 2014 at 12:38 pm #

    That’s so cool! Happy Canada day! I have a suggestion for a series for you: travel around Canada exploring the different First Nations cultures, foods and people’s. As successful and talented Metis men, you can be positive role models for Canadian First Nations youth. I’m sure you are aware that suicide rates are 5-7 times higher for First Nations youth .than non-aboriginal youth. Additionally you can help break down negative stereo types affecting First Nations people. Clayton said “…the simple act of sharing a meal can break down cultural barriers” in the Winnipeg Free Press. I believe you are right, you are living your passion and you have the platform to be the change!
    Great show, I wish you continued success! I don’t want to leave Lyndon out bc you are a trio!
    BTW I am also FN, Cree from North Saskatchewan.

    • Without Borders July 4, 2014 at 11:17 pm #

      Thanks for all the great comments and glad you like the show! I love your idea for a new show and would do it in a heart beat! We actually came up with a pitch for a show exactly like you are talking about! Problem is getting a network to finance it but we think it is a brilliant idea and exactly where we would like to take Chefs Run Wild. Why don’t you email Travel and Escape network and Aptn. It might help push things along for us!!

      Thanks again for the great comments!

  3. Dianna July 1, 2014 at 11:40 am #

    Hi Chad & Clayton,
    Are you brothers and are you First Nations?

    • Without Borders July 1, 2014 at 11:45 am #

      Yes we most definitely are! Metis to be exact. And yes we are twins!!

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