The Siberian Times is reporting that a real-life television series is being developed in Russia, where "everything is allowed", further detailed to be "fighting, alcohol, murder, rape, smoking, anything."

Will the show really be brought to air?

Will the show really be brought to air?

Called Game2: Winter, the series will see 30 participants take part, some of which will have to pay a six figure sum to take part, whilst others will be allowed to enter for free after taking part in an online poll.

Broadcast worldwide online, each contestant will be handed a knife to hunt for food in the Siberian wilderness and will be tasked with surviving for nine months. Those who do so will share the £1.3 million prize fund. 60 people are said to have signed up so far.

When they enter the show, they'll sign a document that says if there is any proof of criminal activity, "the police will come and take you away."

However, the creator of the show, Russian millionaire Yevgeny Pyatkovsky said: "We will refuse any claim of participants even if they were to be killed or raped. We will have nothing to do with this."

Game2: Winter is said to start on July 1, 2017, with plans for it to run online until April 2, 2018.


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