1. Floor Is Lava
An American reality television series called Floor Is Lava (Netflix, 2020) By leaping from chairs, hanging from curtains, and swinging from chandeliers, teams fight to traverse lava-filled rooms in the competition. I swear to God
2. Ultimate Beastmaster
An American competition reality show called Ultimate Beastmaster (Netflix, 2017) was conceived by Dave Broome. Commentators from the six countries competing in the show are selected from a list of television personalities, actors, comedians and athletes.
3. American Ninja Warrior
It is a spin-off of the television series Sasuke, in which competitors attempt to complete a series of increasingly difficult obstacle courses known as “stages.” After the initial competition in Los Angeles on December 12, 2009, the top ten participants moved on to participate in Japan at “Mount Midoriyama.” In the wake of G4’s American Ninja Challenge, American Ninja Warrior has taken over as the American qualifier for Sasuke. Regional finals and wild card participants raced on a very identical Mount Midoriyama course in Las Vegas, Nevada, rather than flying to Japan to compete on Sasuke in the fourth season of the competition in 2012. In a statement, NBC said
4. Ultimate Tag
J.J. Watt and Derek Watt host an obstacle course competition show called Ultimate Tag (Fox, 2020). Vault, dodge, tumble and dive through a series of three-dimensional courses in order to win.
5. Holey Moley
“Holey Moley” is a reality television show hosted by Rob Riggle that airs on ABC in 2019. Miniature golf and physical skills are tested and put to the test in a series of never-before seen challenges on a massive course.
MXC was a Spike TV comedy show that aired from 2003 till 2007. Takeshi’s Castle, a Japanese game show that aired from 1986 to 1990, was re-edited for this project. After a whole new storyline and characters were added to the film, a dub was made that centered on the hosts of the game show who narrated the action as players fought to win points for their teams by surviving various trials. While playing the roles of a count named Takeshi and his assistant, Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano fought an opposing military leader and his forces at Takeshi’s Castle. When MXC was founded,
7. Hole in the Wall
Two versions of the American game show Hole in the Wall have aired on US television. From 2008 to 2009, Fox aired the initial version of the show. On a 50-foot track, a 13-foot-by-7.5-foot Styrofoam wall with cutouts moves toward the players, forcing them to bend and twist to fit through the holes. The series was produced by FremantleMedia North America. Mark Thompson and Brooke Burns hosted this edition of the show. On May 20, 2008, FremantleMedia North America announced that Fox would order 13 hours of Hole in the Wall. Apparently, these hours can be divided and rescheduled, according to a Hollywood Reporter story.
8. American Gladiators
From September 1989 through May 1996, a weekly syndication airing of the American reality show American Gladiators was available to the public. Contests of strength and agility were held in the series between amateur athletes and those of the show’s own gladiators. The inaugural tournament was held at Erie Tech High School in Erie, Pennsylvania, by Dan Carr and John C. Ferraro. American Gladiators is the result of the show being sold to The Samuel Goldwyn Company, which improved on the original premise. Securities fraud charges thwarted an attempt in 2004 to open a live American Gladiators performance on the Las Vegas Strip.
9. Mental Samurai
Obstacle course competition series Mental Samurai (Fox, 2019) is the name of the game. On the show, Rob Lowe serves as host and participants compete in a 360-degree-rotating capsule while answering knowledge-based questions.
10. The Crystal Maze
The American version of the British children’s game show, The Crystal Maze (Nickelodeon, 2020), will be shown in the U.S. For the first time, the show will include members of the same family fighting against each other for $25,000 in a labyrinth-themed competition.
Reality game show Expedition Robinson (CBS, 2000) was conceived by Charlie Parsons and is based on Survivor Survivor (CBS, 2000). Jeff Probst hosts “Sole Survivor,” a reality show in which participants are alone in the wilderness and must provide their own food, fire, and shelter while participating in physically exhausting challenges until only one contestant remains and takes home a $1 million cash prize.
12. TKO: Total Knock Out
CBS’s TKO: Total Knock Out (CBS, 2018) is an American obstacle course competition series presented by Kevin Hart. Battle stations are set up along the circuit, where four members of the team are armed with projectiles and tasked with stopping the racer from completing their mission.
13. The Titan Games
An NBC sports competition series, The Titan Games (2019) features a variety of sports. “Titans,” six reigning champions of endurance-based mental and physical challenges, compete in an arena against people from throughout the United States.
A competition reality show called Strong Strong premiered on NBC on April 13, 2016. A former professional volleyball player herself, Gabrielle Reece serves as host. Male trainers and female trainees make up 20 of the candidates. As stated in the show, the trainers help their clients “get a balance between mind and body, and get into condition both physically and mentally” in addition to weight loss. Throughout each episode, the team will practice and compete in a variety of physical sports, such as mixed martial arts (MMA), strength and endurance training (S&E), and boxing (boxing). After a while
15. Wipeout Canada
Canada’s version of Wipeout is a reality show in which various participants compete in obstacle-based competitions. TVtropolis is the network behind the show, which launched on April 3, 2011. Jessica Phillips serves as the on-site reporter, while Jonathan Torrens and Ennis Esmer are in the studio to host the show.
16. Fear Factor
Fear Factor is a stunt/dare reality game program that airs in the United States. When it was first broadcast, it ran from 2001 to 2006, when it was canceled. Resurrected for a second time in 2011, it was canceled again on May 13, 2012. A two-part special aired in July 2012 following the show’s second cancellation. It was originally titled “Now or Neverland” in Dutch. Fear Factor was renamed by Endemol USA and NBC in 2001 when they modified it for the American market. Contestants compete for a $50,000 grand prize in a variety of stunts on the show. For the first five seasons, the participants were typically three men and three women, but in Season Six, the show shifted to a single male and female contestant.
J.D. Roth and Scooter Braun’s Karma (HBO Max, 2020) is an adventure competition family series hosted by Michelle Khare. Each of Karma’s sixteen participants, ages 12 through 15, is given a karma-based challenge that they must fulfill in order to progress to the next level of competition.
18. Double Dare
Marc Summers was the original host of the Nickelodeon children’s game show Double Dare. Trivia questions are interspersed with “physical challenges” on the show. This show aired between 1986 and 1993. One of the most popular game shows of all time, it was named 29th on TV Guide’s list of the 50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time. In 2000, there was a revival, and on June 25, 2018, there was a second revival. In some ways, it’s a spoof of the classic game show Beat the Clock.
19. Viking: The Ultimate Obstacle Course
An obstacle course game show created by Fuji TV and Monster9, Viking: The Ultimate Obstacle Course, is known as Viking: TUOC in Japan. ESPN2 produces the English-language version of Viking, which has two American commentators. During the first season, it was hosted by American commentators on Eurosport 2, whereas the second season included British commentator Colin Bryce. During the Philippines’ TV5 broadcast of Viking, Brod Pete, Richard del Rosario, and Gabe Mercardo hosted. JET TV and Thai Channel 9 MCOT aired the original version of Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge with Chinese subtitles in Taiwan in 2009, while the Thai version of the show was renamed Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge in 2010.
20. Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge
The obstacle course of the same name serves as the inspiration for the American television series Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge. Teams of five — two men, two women, and one “exceptional Spartan athlete” chosen by the show — will compete in a series of challenges. Either a member of the Spartan Pro Team or a professional in a related industry will serve as the elite competitor.