A medieval castle, a sludge filled moat and face-planting spills each week – welcome to Splatalot, Canada’s newest physical game show filled with big wipes and laughter. Featuring Canada’s largest obstacle course, all 26-episodes of Splatalot highlight 12 thrill-seeking teen contestants, dubbed Attackers, who compete in three cringe-inducing rounds: Cross the Moat, Storm the Castle, and Steal the Crown.
The Defenders of Splatalot, an international squad of nine medieval-themed gladiators, do their best to protect the castle from the Attackers – leaving one to be crowned Prince or Princess of Splatalot.
Hosted by comedian Matt Chin and Jason Agnew, who will each provide jabs of verbal variety along the way, Splatalot is produced by marblemedia in association with YTV and will premiere on Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
Seen in over 11 million homes across Canada, YTV is a leading entertainment brand for kids. YTV offers quality entertainment for kids and families with hit Nickelodeon series, nighttime drama for teens, blockbuster movies and original Canadian programming. YTV reaches its viewers online at YTV.com and in local communities with the traveling road show WOW!. Visit www.ytv.com.
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