Fear Factor Season 6 Set To Challenge Families Worst Fears On Thier Home Turf

Fear Factor Season 6 Set To Challenge Families Worst Fears o­n Thier Home Turf

Next season, NBC's “Fear Factor” is leaving Los Angeles to spread out across the U.S. and invade cities and towns in order to challenge fans to face their fears in an actual “Fear Factor” stunt o­n the fans' home turf – their house. “Capital o­ne's 'Fear Factor' Home Invasion,” part of a number of exciting innovations the series will add for the next season , includes a battle plan to visit 22 cities nationwide.



Fans who sit in their living room watching “Fear Factor” and yelling “I could do that” now will have the chance to appear o­n the series and attempt a stunt without even leaving their house. Each week, o­ne household will participate in an actual “Fear Factor” stunt during the series weekly telecast. “Home Invasion” winners who prove that “fear is not a factor,” will win a $5,000 Capital o­ne credit card.

“Home Invasion” is just o­ne of several changes in a massive re-launch of NBC's perennial hit during the 2005-2006 season. After 125 episodes, broadcast syndication in 98% of America and 100 different countries around the globe - from Africa to Argentina to the United Arab Emeritus – the “Fear Factor” recipe will have an all new taste and look when fresh episodes return in the 2005-2006 season.

The iconic “Fear Factor” will now pit two-person teams against each other, in exotic locations – an aircraft carrier, a South American country, The “Psycho” house from Universal's backlot — against a variety of extreme challenges in the hope of taking home cash prizes of at least $50,000. A new stunt team with credits such as “The Matrix Revolution,” “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” “Minority Report” and “Ocean's 11″ will provide new and even more outrageous stunts to date. Many of these will be featured in new multi-episode/multi-week competitions. The show also will continue its reputation for unpredictable fantasy prizes – such as invitations to Hollywood premieres, trips around the world, a garage stocked with new cars, and the chance to fly a fighter jet over Russia.

In addition, the upcoming opening of “'Fear Factor' Live” at the Universal theme parks in Universal City, CA, and Orlando, FL, marks the first time a reality television program has been turned into a theme park attraction.

Casting directors for “Fear Factor” currently are searching the following markets for the most energetic and fearless households (families, friends, or roommates) to convert from “Fear Factor” watchers to “Fear Factor” participants.

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