Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (or "MXC") is the ultimate in reality sports, where contestants comprised of two teams are physically and mentally challenged and eliminated through crazy and challenging games. To add to the fun, commentary is given to the audience through the hilarious comments of Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano, along with special correspondant Guy LeDouche and Captain Tenneal.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge - The Switch Drag Race - Netflix
The Switch Drag Race is a Chilean reality competition television series, presented by Mega as a local version of American show RuPaul's Drag Race. The purpose of the series is to find the best “transformista”, or drag entertainer, of Chile. Similarly to its American counterpart, The Switch requires its contestants to sing live, lip-sync, dance, and perform impersonations. Hosted by Karla Constant, the first season of The Switch, subtitled El Arte de Transformismo, premiered on October 8, 2015 and ended on January 17, 2016, when Luz Violeta of Chile was crowned the winner.. After over a year on hiatus, The Switch returned to Mega for a second season, subtitled Desafío Mundial, on Sunday, March 25, 2018.
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge - Finale - Netflix
Finale: The two previously nominated contestants from the third round of the Semi-finals go head-to-head in an Elimination Duel, with one contestant ultimately being eliminated from the competition and the other advancing as a finalist. Following this, the four finalists perform individually in a Singing Challenge one last time to determine the outcome of the competition. After eliminating the weakest performer by the judges' vote, the winner of The Switch is crowned the best “transformista”, or drag entertainer, of Chile and the runners-up are named. The winner of The Switch receives a grand prize of CLP$10,000,000 (approximately USD$15,700) and a one-year supply of products and accessories from AnyHair, a Spanish company by way of Chile that specializes in hair extensions, wigs, and hairpieces.
Quarter-finals: The final ten contestants are split up to compete in two episodes (19 and 20). One immunity is given the winner of the Imitation Challenge in each episode, allowing them to progress to the Semi-finals episode. The other four contestants performing in a Singing Challenge with the judges announcing which two contestants will continue on to the Finale via majority vote. The two remaining contestants perform in an Elimination Duel to fight for the fourth spot in the two-part Finale episode. Semi-finals: The eight contestants are again split up into groups of two to compete in two episodes (21 and 22), with one contestant being eliminated each episode. The contestants must all compete in an Imitation challenge and a Singing Challenge, with the judges all assigning point scores for each contestant overall. The contestant with the highest score in each episode automatically advance to compete as finalists. The contestant with the lowest score in both episodes are eliminated from the competition, with the two remaining contestants being safe. In the third episode (23) of the Semi-finals, the four previously safe contestants perform the challenges once more, with the highest scored performer advancing to the finale; the lowest scored performer being eliminated; and the two remaining “safe” performers being nominated to duel against each other in the final episode. For dramatic effect, one judge is chosen for each episode in the Semi-finals to withhold their scores for the contestants until the end of the episode, where it is revealed who gets to progress to the finale and who gets eliminated based on the final tally. Secret Votes: Episode 21: Nicole Gaultier Episode 22: Juan Pablo González Episode 23: Sebastián Errázuriz
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge - References - Netflix