Thursday, March 23, 2017

Nickelodeon Seeks Hawaiʻi Kids To Take Part In "Paradise Run" Season Three

Nickelodeon is seeking Hawai'i Island kids, ages 11 to 15, to audition and compete in the third season of the networks hit adrenaline-pumping competition series Paradise Run!

Hosted by Daniella Monet (Victorious) and shot against the beautiful backdrop of Hawaii, the Kids' Choice Awards nominated series follows three youth teams racing through funny and adrenaline-filled mental and physical challenges. This year’s season will be shot at the luxurious Hilton Waikoloa Village resort between May - June 2017.

Contestants will face brand-new obstacles in every episode including: propelling down 50-foot slip-and-slides, quenching the thirst of a man-made volcano, digging through giant mud-pits and racing on football-length ziplines into the hotel lagoon.

In addition to the fun, the grand prize winner will receive the ultimate paradise vacation experience!

Interested parents can apply for their children at, or find out more information by contacting Good luck! :)

Episodes from season one and season two of Paradise Run are currently available to watch on

Paradise Run is produced by Stone & Company Entertainment’s Scott A. Stone, producer of Nickelodeon’s Emmy®-nominated BrainSurge and a creator of the classic Nick gameshow Legends of the Hidden Temple, turned into a Nickelodeon original TV movie, Marcus Fox also serves as executive producer (Road Rules, The Osbournes).

Original source: Big Island Now.
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