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Syfy Calls in an Exit





Syfy Calls in an ExitAnd the search for an ongoing reality show with legs and staying power continues for the Syfy Channel. After the abysmal "Ghost Mine" lord knows they could use something with a bit more bite. Speaking of which...

According to Deadline the channel that rubber monsters and bad CGI built is expanding its reality competition slate with "Exit," based on the Nippon Television Network’s Japanese series "Dero!"

The six-episode series hosted by Curt Doussett is set to premiere on Tuesday, June 4th, at 10 PM. In each episode four teams of two contestants will battle to escape a series of four mind-bending and seemingly diabolical rooms, each more challenging than the last. The winning team must beat the clock while solving rapid-fire brain games and navigating a bevy of terrifyingly entertaining puzzles in order to be the only team to truly exit and win the $10,000 prize.

Will we deserve a prize just for sitting through this? I guess we'll find out in June.

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Source: Deadline

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Pitch Black or whatever it is called is a god-awful show, but I actually enjoyed their previous game shows, Estate of Panic and that other one where people had to avoid hunters. I never understood SyFy's programming anyway. They cancel halfway decent shows and then replace them with slightly worse shows that follow the same concept.


Submitted by addeisdead on Thu, 04/04/2013 - 1:27am.
kiddcapone's picture

You're talking about a channel that changed it's name from SciFi to SyFy, sooooooo, why the sudden confusion?


Submitted by kiddcapone on Thu, 04/04/2013 - 9:26am.
Terminal's picture

Syfy inventing a game show about brain teasers? This is the same channel that based a game show around putting easily frightened people in pitch black rooms?


Submitted by Terminal on Wed, 04/03/2013 - 8:15pm.

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