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Reality TV changed the way that we think about TV. And will I’m not a big fan, there was no denying reality TV is here to stay. In the 1990s reality TV status was solidified with programs like Survivor, which is a show that follows a bunch of random dudes and good-looking girls isolated on a tropical island and completing in challenges for themselves and their tribes for a chance to win cash and other prizes.
The world’s most exotic reality TV show has presented its competitors with a wide variety of challenges over the years. The contestants have tested their endurance, strength, agility, speed, problem solving, teamwork, dexterity, willpower, and now shuffleboard skills.
In a recent episode of the latest series Survivor Redemption Island, the show proved yet again that shuffleboard is an exciting game and showed everyone that shuffleboard can be a TV star.
Matt, Mike, and Julie compete in this shuffleboard challenge to see who gets to stay on Redemption Island.
Watch this video to see Survivor’s new twist to the classic game of shuffleboard: