World-famous reality television producer Endemic USA (that brought you Fear Factor, and Deal or No Deal, ) is casting more episodes of the television hit WITHOUT. In each episode, 24 contestants compete to win $50,000 while conquering the world’s largest obstacle course.
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We are now auditioning teams of TWO who think they have what it takes to conquer America's most famous obstacle course! -Must be a resident of the Southern California area and available to shoot in Los Angeles for approximately 3 non-consecutive days during the filming period -Additional eligibility requirements apply.
The hit ABC reality competition show Wipe out featured brave individuals who were put through demanding physical challenges in the form of various obstacles, designed to trip them up. “ Despite all of this, or perhaps because of it, many folks seemed to have wanted to be a part of the show, but the program, unfortunately, stopped airing in 2014, but the archived episodes at ABC.com and some other subscription services offer hours of hilarious fun, featuring many contestants who had what it took to make it through the application process.
So, if they were part of a group who wanted to play or had a unique spin on their personality, job, or hobbies, the themed episodes served as the perfect opportunity to apply. The eligibility requirements for Wipe out hopeful participants were pretty standard but still presented the show with some of its greatest contestants, with a minimum age set at 18 years old.
There were even eligibility requirements that dictated what type of contestant the producers of the show were looking for including “fun, strong-willed, outgoing,” and with “a great sense of humor.” Applicants were encouraged to read the fine print on the website's form to also ensure they had proof of United States citizenship and were willing to appear on national television.
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Wipe out is being resurrected on TBS, complete with the giant red balls off of which people’s bodies bounce, but it will be “a reimagined take” that will include elements of strategy, in addition to just being violently but safely flung around a cushioned obstacle course. Holey Money returns next month, as it filmed in late winter; it’s unclear when Wipe out will make its way back to TV.
The show aired 130 episodes over seven television seasons, many of which were broken up by themed versions of the show, starting with seasons, and also including things like holidays (“Winter Wipe out : Deck the Balls”), sports (“ Wipe out Bowl”), and even dating (“Blind Date”) and first responders (“America’s Finest Edition”). The set of ABC’s Wipe out under construction in 2014 at Macmillan Ranch in Humphreys, Calif. (Photo by William Garrett)TNT, TBS, and truth GM Brad Watt said in the release that “Now more than ever is the time to gather family and tune-in to a fiercely wild and undeniably engaging viewing experience that mixes athletic action with hilarious antics.
Returning to the game, an iconic staple with many surprises, are the big red balls, back with a vengeance.” Endemic Shine North America’s Sharon Levy said in the release, “This show has truly become a global phenomenon and its popularity has continued to grow over the last decade with a new generation of viewers.
Wipe out is a rare show loved by both kids and adults, a true co-viewing experience. With a strong focus on comedy, there is no better network for Wipeout’s return than TBS,” creator Matt Units stated (via Deadline).
The insane obstacle course is designed to test a person's agility, balance, and endurance, as competitors try to make it to the end to win a cash prize. The original series ran for seven seasons on ABC and the course was located at Sable Ranch in Santa Clarita, Calif.
If you think you have what it takes to compete in the largest obstacle course, you can now audition to be a contestant on the series. Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic (also known as COVID-19), Deadline reported that producers will virtually cast contestants for the series as new production guidelines will need to be implemented.