Richard Hammond and Amanda By ram fill their festive sacks with 20 brave Brits ready to take on the Winter Wipe out Christmas Qualifier. Richard Hammond and co-host Amanda By ram actively encourage twenty foolhardy Brits to attempt a winter obstacle course.
Hosted by Richard Hammond and Amanda By ram, this week's episode of Winter Wipe out sees a whole load of brave Brits travel halfway across the world to take on the world's largest obstacle course in a setting of Argentine snow and ice. Richard Hammond and Amanda By ram are back for another chilling episode of Winter Wipe out, all the way from the sub-zero temperatures of Argentina.
Wrap up warm because Richard Hammond and co-host Amanda By ram are back with another frosty episode of Winter Wipe out. Richard Hammond and co-host Amanda By ram return with new obstacles, new contestants and lots of falling in this episode of Winter Wipe out.
The celebrity circus skis in to town as Winter Wipe out once again challenges some of the nation's most famous faces to tackle the world-renowned, terrifying and unnecessarily slippy obstacle course. Crashes, smashes and hilarious mud splashes are on the cards as twenty contestants take on one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses.
They journey across the globe to the purpose-built Total Wipe out course in Argentina to put their strength, balance and bravery to the test in the hope of winning the £10,000 cash prize and being crowned this week's Total Wipe out champion. Assisting Richard from the sidelines as the contestants take on challenges like the Big Balls, the Sweeper and the awesome Wipe out Zone, is Amanda By ram.
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Inspired by a children’s game, the rules are simple: don’t fall into the lava. Floor is Lava is one in a long line of competition game shows that take a classic concept and make it into an extremely entertaining series.
It’s reminiscent of classic series like Legends of the Hidden Temple and (to a lesser degree) Double Dare. American Ninja Warrior is a series where athletes, everyday people, and even actors complete an obstacle course that tests their physical strength, bravery, and endurance.
Floor Is Lava and American Ninja Warrior are also both shows that make you wonder if you could really complete these complex courses. Ultimate Beast master is basically Netflix’s own version of American Ninja Warrior.
Several countries are represented, including the United States, Mexico, France, and South Korea. Ultimate Beast master and Floor is Lava combine humorous commentary with real suspense.
For example, the mother and twin siblings who competed in Floor Is Lava appealed to me more than the triplets featured on the same episode, and despite everything, I usually root for the American team on Ultimate Beast master. Total Wipe out is another series that uses comedy more than the “triumph of the human” spirit style to provide entertainment.
Total Wipe out and Floor is Lava both are goofy series that involve obstacle courses. Total Wipe out and Floor is Lava also both take lighthearted approaches to their challenges.
Comedian James Davis and Netflix torture the Awake: The Million Dollar Game contestants by making them stay up for 24 hours. That final player then has to make important decisions based on the accuracy of his or her own counting and guessing skills.
Floor is Lava and Awake: The Million Dollar Game both have simple concepts that are made much more complicated by tiny barriers. For Awake, the barriers are the sleep deprivation, and for Floor is Lava, it’s the design of each obstacle course.
Minute To Win It puts teams of contestants through a series of 60 second tasks. Both shows force the contestants to use physical and mental skills in order to complete their challenges.
In Minute To Win It, they only have 60 seconds to finish each task, and in Floor Is Lava, the longer they take, the harder it becomes to reach the end. There aren't any real prizes, except bragging rights, but both series kind of understand their ridiculous nature.
Don’t is a new summer series hosted by Adam Scott and narrated by Ryan Reynolds. Each round, the family can bank a certain amount of cash to add to their grand prize fund.
In Theme of Life series two teams of families ride around a digitally simulated board game to answer questions to determine if they continue on to the next section. This UK series is quirky, enjoys making fun of the contestants, and actually has really challenging tasks.
Floor is Lava is a lot more big budget compared to The Almost Impossible Game Show. But they definitely have similar styles, especially in terms of the witty commentary and joy of poking fun of the players.
Supermarket Sweep is a classic game show that has three sets of contestants answering grocery product related questions to accumulate points that will be converted into time. One half of the team then runs around a grocery store to gather as many high-priced items as possible.
The team with the most points then goes to the final round where they can win $5,000 by following riddles to the location of the prize money. Floor is Lava and Supermarket Sweep are both fun concept game shows that’s appealing enough to work in any decade.
Jerri ca Tisdale View Profile Spent most of my life in various parts of Illinois, including attending college in Evanston. I have been a lifelong lover of pop culture, especially television, turned that passion into writing about all things' entertainment related.
When I'm not writing about pop culture, I can be found channeling Gordon Ramsay by kicking people out the kitchen. Hosted by Rutledge Wood, the show sees teams of three attempting to move across a room where they must avoid falling into the titular lava.
Hosted by The Grand Tour presenter Richard Hammond, and co-hosted by Amanda By ram, on the surface the show is very similar to its American counterpart. Four rounds, including the Qualifier and the Wipe out Zone, and featuring the Big Red Balls.
Completely different graphics and music, a slightly slower pace since it was on the BBC and didn’t have to allow time for commercials, and the humor is very British. Continue scrolling to keep readingClick the button below to start this article in quick view.
However, here in the United States, it may be best recognized as MAC which is short for most extreme elimination challenge. With games and events like Sinkers & Floaters, Log Drop, and Wall Dangers, MAC is five seasons of madness and available to stream on Tube.
With a more serious tone than MAC or Total Wipe out, toucan watch real physical prowess on Netflix’s Ultimate Beast master. Similar to American Ninja Warrior, the show takes teams of athletes from all around the world to compete in the ultimate obstacle course in an effort to become Beast master.
Executive Produced by Charlize Theron, Hyperdrive trades the human body for custom-built cars. You’ll hear the same enthusiasm in his voice commentating the runs on Hyperdrive as he has on Floor is Lava.
Both only lasted one season (Canada for 14 episodes and Australia for nine) and each is available to stream on both Amazon Prime Video and Tube. While we wait for that second season of Floor Is Lava, these shows will help fill the obstacle-course void in your singeing for the time being.