According to Reality TV Magazine, Ted Nugent is set to debut a new competition-based reality show, "Wanted: Ted or Alive", in November on OLN. The show gives five city slickers the chance to prove they have what it takes to survive a week in the wilderness, competing against one another in challenges of survival and outdoor skill. The series preview premieres on Saturday, November 5 at 8 p.m. ET, prior to OLN's live coverage of the highly-anticipated PBR World Finals, and can be seen on its regularly scheduled day and time, Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET."Ted's new series is all about competition," said Gavin Harvey, President of OLN. "Through adventures, challenges and tests of survival, these competitors learn what it takes to be a true outdoorsman, battling the elements, the animals, and each other for the grand prize." Nugent, an avid outdoorsman and considered by many as the world's best guitarist showman, pushes the limits of each contestant as they participate in various challenges throughout four episodes, accruing points in the form of cash dollars along the way. The participant with the most "money" at the end of the week will win a grand prize of $25,000. In Ted's game, there are no boardrooms, penthouse suites or five-star rewards. Players are thrown into the wild, forced to live off the land to eat, win and survive with Ted's tools and by Ted's rules. Another dose of reality, with a new batch of city slickers willing to test their fate, and their survival skills, in the hands of Nugent will air in January of 2006. Read more at RealityTVMagazine.com.
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