Bam Margera Making Return To Reality Television With New Series

Bam Margera Making Return To Reality Television With New Series
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After a brief hiatus, Jackass star Bam Margera is making a return to reality television! According to The Hollywood Reporter, TBS has ordered a new reality show called ‘Bam’s Bad Ass Game Show,’ which is currently being described as an “extreme” competition series.

Contestants will compete against each other for a $10,000 prize by subjecting themselves to “incredibly demented, potentially dangerous and occasionally painful challenges,” because people in this country will do just about anything for some cash!

For example: contestants will answer trivia questions while being suspended above a pool of water filled with garbage!

The first season of Bam’s show will consist of six half-hour episodes, and is set to debut some time in 2014. Which means…there’s still time to sign up!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit:  Scott Gries/Getty Images

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