Have you ever tried to describe “strip poker” within 90 seconds while doing a 360° loop on a bicycle, or attempted to paint “belly button” when you’re hanging upside down? In this show, the entertainment is as extreme as the activity!
“Extreme Activity” is a charming improv comedy ……it’s funny, extra-ordinary and already cult. In this exhilarating prime time one-hour show, two celebrity teams, 3 men against 3 women, compete on an entirely new and thoroughly extreme level. It’s the guys against the gals…the ultimate battle of the sexes!
The show consists of 10 rounds where the celebrities take turns, each having 90 seconds to either draw, describe or pantomime terms that are shown to them on a monitor or communicated via earphones.
90 seconds goes by fast – especially since you’re not allowed to talk while drawing or pantomiming. For each right answer, the teams score one point. A big slot machine is the random generator that decides on which level the particular team has to prove their skills. It could be any of four different categories: pantomime, describing, drawing or…
…the slot machine can also stop at “Extreme”. Now the games move up to the next level: The celebrities could be faced with being thrown around by a wrestler and having to describe “romance novel”, or being swirled around the dance floor by a hot-blooded tango dancer in the “tango mortale” and have to explain “rubber duck”.
They’ll find out if it’s really possible to be hanging upside down and draw “fried eggs” so that their team knows what it means. Another extreme task might be being tossed around by firemen in a rescue net while trying to explain “clairvoyant” or sitting on the “Horrific shaking chair” and attempting to mimic an “air guitar”. Maybe the participants in the show can…but maybe not!
Just imagine yourself riding a bike that is built into a huge wheel and getting so dizzy that you might even forget your task! Imagine attempting to provide a correct answer without cracking up because you’ve just inhaled helium! No wonder it’s so difficult for the teams to score 2 points for each correct “Extreme” answer.
All of the action takes place live before your eyes, on “Extreme”ly elaborate and spectacular sets.
After the 10 rounds, the cards get shuffled for the final series. One man and a woman representing their teams face the combined remaining four and try to guess the term being explained. Each of the four takes a turn, and either delegate is allowed to answer, which means that the man might score from the clues given by the woman’s team, and vice-versa. Whoever comes up with the first correct answer scores 3 points.
Even the viewers get to play – by answering a question via telephone, one lucky viewer will win a fantastic prize.
An innovative mix of a unique game show and hilarious improv comedy: “Extreme Activity” will have the entire family howling with laughter.