Spike TV's 'MXC' Is Back for Season Five With the Most Shocking Matchups to Date!
Fifth Season of Spike TV's Hilarious Hit Series Premieres Friday, November
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16 -- The new season of Spike TV's
side-splitting hit comedic series, "MXC," is back for a fifth season,
premiering Friday, November 10 at 12AM (ET/PT). Complete with the most
outrageous match-ups yet, the new season of 13 episodes kicks off with the
premiere episode irreverently pitting "Gay Rights" against "The Religious
Right." In this long-awaited, controversial first episode, Adams and Eves
combat the Adam and Steves in painfully hilarious competitions, including
"Sinkers and Floaters," "Dope on a Rope" and "Rotating Surfboard of Death."
Season five of "MXC" will continue to have viewers' jaws dropping and
doing double takes with all new showdowns, hysterically painful challenges
and an absurdly comical script. New match-ups scheduled for the fifth
season include: My Space vs. Superheroes, Sexual Pioneers vs. The World of
Violent Films, Famous Stoners vs. Health Nuts, Famous Felons vs. Babe
Magnets and The White House vs. The World.
This critically-acclaimed comedic series is a combination of "Fear
Factor," "Jackass" and "Iron Chef," with a touch of "Mystery Science
Theater 3000." Using the actual footage from one of the most popular
primetime Japanese reality game shows, "Takeshi's Castle," the new series
is re-written to create an entirely new comedic storyline. The series is
not dubbed and there is not a single trace of literal translation from the
Season 1 of "MXC" will be available October 3 on DVD. For more
information, visit http://www.magpictures.com.
Paul Abeyta, Peter Kaikko, and Larry Strawther of R.C. Entertainment
serve as executive producers for "MXC." The show is voiced by producers
Victor Wilson, Christopher Darga, Mary Scheer, and John Cervenka. Herbert
Goss, Ray James, Cece Pleasants and Roy Jenkins also serve as producers.
Sharon Levy and Tim Duffy serve as executives in charge of production for
Spike TV is available in 90 million homes and is a division of MTV
Networks. MTV Networks, a division of Viacom International Inc.
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