What to know about “The Rush” television reality show

The Rush television reality show, organised by Pop Central, has been slated to commence middle of October 2021 as registration for the show comes to an end midnight Sept. 14.

This is according to a statement   by Mr Nosakhare Iyamu, Public Relations Officer to the organisers of the show.

“ As registration for Pop Central’s “The Rush” comes to an end, the high energy, adrenaline pumping and physically intense reality show is set to excite reality show aficionados.

“ The show will reveal the first set of champs who will be racing for the chance to be the “King of Champs,” it said.

According to the statement, interested males and females between the age of 18 to 35 years who consider themselves as resilient can signify their interest to audition for the reality show by easily signing up on https://rush.popcentraltv.com/.

“Registration ends by midnight on the Sept. 14,  2021,” it said.

In the course of the show, 16 lucky champs will be selected to have a shot at fame and an opportunity to compete to be the King of Champs.

A champ is a strong, brave and resilient individual who is eligible to feature in the show.

These are vibrant, competitive and attractive individuals ready to push beyond the odds and limits using physical strength, mental stamina, grit and grace.

“The show is set in two stages; the task stage and the chillout scenario in a residence.

“ The reality show will showcase competing groups battling for eight weeks to surpass 39 meticulously designed intensive physical and mental tasks.

“ Viewers will be able to watch the daily residence segment, a two hour recap that will run from 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. daily and a rerun the next day from 11am to 1pm.

“The task and contest segment of the show is a 1hour pre-produced content that sets the mood each day,” it said.

The show will air weekly with catch up episodes on Pop Central DSTV 189 and the official hashtags for “The Rush” are: #therush21, #therushongod, #ONGOD.