Stars on Mars is basically a TV reality show. It is a perfect reality show if you are obsessed with space, planets, galaxies, and the universe in which we live.
You will get to see a dozen celebrities living their life for a short span of time in the tiny bunkers also drive space rovers and shoot flame throwers as they do their best to survive on Pretend Mars.
All the participants of this TV reality show will experience the life that they will live if they have their life on Mars.
The celebrity participants of this TV reality show will include personalities from different fields of life like actors, Olympians, comedians, reality stars, and others who compete against each other in challenging environments and complete tasks to ensure they can take home the win and become the last space invader standing strong.
The streaming service which is premiering this TV reality show is Fox and it is known for being one of the best TV reality shows available on the digital platform.
This reality series was filmed in Coober Pedy, which is an opal-mining town in the south region of Australia.
Stars on Mars Episode 1 Ending.
As we have seen in the premiere episode of the series the participants need to perform different tasks that they would require to survive on a planet like Mars and it includes activities like tracking their rationing items, taking care of plants and herbs in their indoor greenhouse ecosystem created.
Keep their bodies fit by doing some exercises that would be needed to face the different gravitational pull of a different planet like Mars.
There’s also a mini-challenge performed in the premiere where Lance Armstrong and Ronda Rousey have to rescue Natasha Leggero from the space pod and bring her to the main base safely, and the girls were able to do it efficiently and a talking computer who makes wisecracks, because of course there is.
The premiere episode’s “elimination challenge”—the challenge that will determine who from the crew goes back to their home—manages to be suspenseful.
The show is actually successful in making the viewers believe the cast of the show is in reality on a different planet but the truth is they are in a desert of Australia.
In the challenge, the celebrities have to find shattered pieces of a communication tower, then reassemble it and hoist the original structure back into position.
Eventually, the tower is replaced at the last possible second and everyone is delighted to see it, even though it means they’ll now have to form a bottom three comprised of celebrities who were the least “mission critical”—then send one of those astronauts packing to go back to their places.
Who got eliminated in the premiere episode?
The celebrity who got eliminated in the premiere episode is Christopher Mintz-Plasse, McLovin himself, from the planet Mars.
His colleague “astronauts” deem him non-mission-critical because he did not perform that well during the rebuilding of the communication tower.
The other two celebrity participants who were in the bottom three were Adam Rippon and Tom Schwartz.
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