A “major cable network” has put out a casting call for a new television show that is going into production soon, and it is looking for adventurous people to take part in a competitive event that would give them the opportunity to win as much as $50,000.
Not much is known about the show just yet, although we do know that it comes from the producers of such shows as The Biggest Loser, Beauty and the Geek, and Bar Rescue. We also know that it will involve an “extreme obstacle course” that must be navigated using one tool – cold hard cash. Contestants will be asked to complete the competition using a set amount of money that is given to them ahead of time. They’ll have to choose wisely in how they spend that money, potentially using it buy assistance in completing tasks, traveling to new locations, or overcoming obstacles. On the other hand, more resourceful individuals may find ways of advancing within the competition without spending their money, allowing them to keep more for themselves down the line.
While that may sound like a bit of a strange concept, I’m assured that this is an “adventure competition show” which will pit teams of two against one another on great challenge. That means that if you want to sign up, you’ll need an enthusiastic partner to join you. All applicants must also be over 21 years of age and reside in the U.S. as well.
While I don’t know a lot more than that about the show, it does sound like it could be a bit like The Amazing Race, with teams of two racing against others to complete challenges. That is pure speculation on my part however, as it could be something completely different.
To apply for consideration go to this website and fill out the online form. I’ve been asked to inform anyone who does apply to indicate that you read about the show on The Adventure Blog, as that could afford you priority consideration. The details of the casting process also say that a short 1-2 minute video of you and your teammate would give potential contestants a higher priority as well.
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