THE PIONEERS AIM TO PROVE THAT THEY HAVE BUILT A WORKING SOCIETY IN BONANZA CITY, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF "KID NATION," WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12
After 40 days on their own, the Pioneers of Bonanza City finally get to prove whether they've been able to create a working society, while also getting a few surprises of their own, on the season finale of KID NATION, Wednesday, Dec. 12 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
When the Pioneers wake up on Day 38, they discover the Job Board destroyed. With the Job Board gone, they are left to keep the town up and running without their defined responsibilities and tasks to guide them. Will they let Bonanza City deteriorate, or will the Pioneers pull through and keep the town running? As this question is answered, an unlikely hero emerges in the final days.
Additionally, the Pioneers must band together for their three final challenges. For each challenge they complete, they will receive a special reward - a Gold Star, this time worth $50,000, to be awarded to one Pioneer who has contributed the most to Bonanza City over the 40 days. Finally, before the Pioneers head home and leave Bonanza City forever, they receive one last heart-wrenching surprise that reduces everyone to tears.
KID NATION is hosted by Jonathan Karsh and is a production of Tom Forman Productions and Good TV, Inc. Tom Forman is the executive producer. Scott Einziger is the co-executive producer. For more information on KID NATION and the Pioneers, please visit https://webmail.cbs.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.cbs.com/primetime/kid_nation/
RATING: To Be Announced