Adrenaline Project begins second season

imageAction-Packed Production Begins on Second Season of The Adrenaline Project

The award-winning team of marblemedia and Corus Entertainment announced today that principal photography on the second season of the popular YTV series The Adrenaline Project has begun in the Orangeville and Amaranth Township area. Alan Bishop, of Survivor and The Amazing Race fame has joined the production this season as Challenge Producer.

The all-new tournament-style format sees 120 contestants competing against each other over 26 episodes in quarter and semi-finals until the “Ultimate Adrenalite” is crowned. Each gripping episode features thrill-seeking teens that undergo rigorous physical and mental obstacles either individually or as a team. The host, Boomer, prepares the contestants for the challenges they face, while gritty behind-the-scenes footage captures personal confessions and drama between participants.

Viewers will be able to visit the website,, to watch web exclusive video, follow the progress of their favourite contestants from the TV show and challenge their friends to beat their score on Boomer’s Base Camp, a customizable tournament-style online game.

“We are extremely excited for the show’s new format and enhanced Season Two website,” said Matt Hornburg, co-creator of The Adrenaline Project and marblemedia Partner. “We’re going to give the audience a more action-packed season, chock-full of great play and increased drama.”

“It truly is outstanding news that Amaranth Township has been discovered by the Canadian Film and Television Industry. marblemedia, an ACT Award winning production company, is the newest enterprise to join our community and we look forward to a vibrant and sustainable future together,” said Mayor Don MacIver.

The live-action reality series is set to air on YTV beginning Fall 2008 with the restyled website launching at the same time.


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