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."
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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