(MENAFN) MBC has announced the launch of "Ard Al-Million," a new adventure reality TV show that will see 100 participants from across the Arab world compete for a chance to win a $1 million grand prize. The show is based on the international Dutch-founded format, "Million Dollar Island," and will take place in Saudi Arabia's NEOM.
Produced in partnership with Blue Engine Studios, the game show is a social experiment-style reality TV program that challenges 100 contestants to survive in the harsh Saudi Arabian desert for 40 days. Upon arrival, each contestant will be given a numbered bracelet worth $10,000 and put into groups so that the group is in possession of 100 bracelets worth $1 million in total.
While in NEOM, contestants will be able to gain and lose bracelets through various challenges. However, if they are eliminated for any reason, they will not be able to take any of the money they have made so far. The challenges will test contestants' mental and physical abilities, as well as their social skills. Participants will need to form alliances, make deals, and be prepared to betray others to survive and win the grand prize.
"The program's idea is unique, revolving around competitions lasting for 40 days in total. The participants will live together through the good times and the bad," said the show's producer, Hussein Jaber. "Audiences are in for a gripping and tense competition full of twists and turns!"
The challenges will require contestants to compete smartly, forge the right friendships, and collect the largest possible number of bracelets to win the grand prize. Jaber added that the show will be full of twists and turns that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
Hosted by Saudi actor Mohamed El Shehri, "Ard Al-Million" is set to be a highly anticipated reality TV show in the Arab world. The program offers an opportunity for participants to win a substantial amount of money while testing their physical and mental abilities and social skills.
In conclusion, "Ard Al-Million" is a unique reality TV show that challenges 100 contestants from the Arab world to compete for a USD1 million grand prize in the harsh Saudi Arabian desert. The show's challenges will test participants' physical, mental, and social abilities, requiring them to form alliances, make deals, and betray others to survive and win the prize. The new program is set to be a gripping and tense competition that will keep audiences entertained.
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