“Paradise Run,” Nickelodeon’s popular kids’ game show, is looking for enthusiastic youths, ages 11 to 15, to audition for the series in teams of two. The duos can be best friends, siblings, cousins, classmates or neighbors.
The Hawaii-filmed competition includes land and water activities such as obstacle courses, zip-lining and paddle-boarding, and mental challenges that include solving riddles and puzzles. Applicants should exude confidence, a competitive drive and have lots of energy.
“The kids should be athletic but also smart. If one person is athletic and the other is smart, they can work as a team,” said Jack Marash, the supervising talent producer.
“We are really looking for big, fun personality. They should be excited to do the show. Personality is really important.”
Contestants must be available for a 48-hour period to film in Hawaii sometime in May or June. The show is not interested in anyone who’s already been on a reality show in the past year.
The three chosen teams will vie for a “paradise vacation” prize.