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Everealm is holding out for a hero; he or she has got to be fast, has got to be strong and has got to… complete all the challenges on The Quest, a new reality competition show which premiered Thursday on ABC.
Fortunately, 12 potential heroes-in-training, or “Paladins,” have already crossed over to this mystical realm, making their way over hill and dale and the Marwood Forest to the kingdom of Saenctum, where they are immediately tasked with saving everyone from the evil Verlox.
But that’s not all that happened in Thursday’s premiere. Before you tell us what you thought about The Quest, »
Big Brother will set a 'losers' task this week.
Housemates will be divided into Red and Blue teams, then pitted against each other in a series of head-to-head challenges.
The winning team will win prizes after every game, and then a luxury shopping budget at the end of the task.
However, the Blue Team will be unaware that the games are actually all pre-determined and the Red Team will win every time.
The Red Team will be told that they will automatically win every game, but in fact, the deciding head-to-head game will not be predetermined, and will be fair.
If the Red Team win, due to the Blue Team believing they are incapable of winning and accepting defeat, then the »
Survivor 28,Cagayan eliminated Morgan McLeod in episode 7 tonight,April 9th. Tonight's show, kicked off with Spencer and a few others, expressing their anger at Kassandra for voting off Sarah at last tribal counsel. A Kass and Morgan feud was highlighted. It turns out that they want to get each other out of the game, so we'll see how that plays out, I guess. Next, they showed Rewards Challenge footage. They where divided into two teams to complete another obstacle and puzzle challenge. The winning team won an Outback Steakhouse meal and dessert. After all that was over with, they showed more conversation footage. Tony went searching for another hidden immunity idol while the people who won the challenge, went and ate their asses off at the Steak House. Spencer found a hidden immunity idol clue. As soon as Spencer got back to camp, he went searching for the idol with the help of his clue. »
Australian multi-platform production company The Feds has won the top prize at the Mip formats international pitch competition in Cannes.
Warner Bros. International Television Production will invest up to €25,000 ($A37,000) to develop Zombie Boot Camp, a hybrid of reality, horror and gameshow.
The format was developed from an original idea by Claire Marshall, The Feds. associate producer, development.. It's an endurance challenge with 16 contestants in each episode, which envisions how each would survive a Zombie apocalypse.
Two teams compete in a test of skills in everything from skull protection to improvised bullets. The winning team gets immunity while the losers must choose three contestants to face the Zombies.
Two are allowed to escape but the last to reach the escape hatch will be .eaten.. In the finale the remaining two will face 200 Zombies, including their old team members.
Marshall and The Feds' head of content Lisa Gray made the pitch to TV delegates in Cannes, »
- Don Groves
When we think of the Super Bowl, here are the first things that come to mind: football (well, duh), the halftime show, and an excuse to eat nachos. We don't necessarily associate the big game with jewelry, but the Super Bowl actually has some pretty red carpet-worthy bling. We're talking about the Super Bowl ring that the team scores if they win. The winning team gets to collaborate to design the ring, and so we obviously won't know what the 2014 bling will look like until we have a champion, but the rings typically have team mottos inscribed or the score of the game. Just take a look at last year's ring for the Baltimore Ravens. Crafted in white gold, the dazzling ring features a whopping »
Fox Sports wanted to seed its YouTube channel with a viral and innovative kind of sports content. After a nationwide search, it found two guys who fit the bill: a pair of German-Austrian brothers who set sports news to music.
The media company last week staged the Fox Sports Digital VideoFest, pitting a dozen YouTube creators who in three-day contest. The winning team will receive a six-month development deal with Fox Sports for an original series to appear on YouTube and FoxSports.com — coupled with promotional support worth $1 million, including a promo spot in this Sunday’s Super Bowl pregame show.
“We were looking for talent that can invent a new format for sports content,” said Pete Vlastelica, senior VP of Fox Sports Digital Media. “Rather than assume we had all the answers and knew how to approach producing content for the YouTube platform, we wanted to reach out to »
- Todd Spangler
One night after the 2014 "Royal Rumble" and it looks like this will be an interesting episode of "WWE Raw." Not for the reasons WWE had hoped, though. When the show went off the air with Batista winning the 30-man match, destined for the "Wrestlemania XXX" main event, the audience booed loudly.
Something special and unique to professional wrestling happened during the show, and has been building to this point for months. The crowd wanted to see Daniel Bryan enter the match and win. After losing early in the show, they had convinced themselves he would end the night on top of the world.
Spike is launching a new reality competition series 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty, offering a grand prize of $10 million to a team that finds definitive proof of the existence of Bigfoot.
The legend of Bigfoot is known the world over, with multiple claims made of proof of existence, mainly consisting of grainy footage and questionable evidence. 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty is hoping to provide a new take on the search for Bigfoot with a scientific approach. To win the coveted $10 million prize – the largest cash prize offered in any television show – the winners will have to provide definitive proof that Bigfoot exists, through both DNA evidence and photographic evidence.
The show, hosted by Dean Cain, known to many as Clark Kent from his days as Superman on Lois & Clark (1993-1997), pits nine teams of two against each other in a rigorous scientific competition. The teams are an eclectic group, not all »
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