Who Wants to Be a Superhero?, Season 1Closed Captioning
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The SCI FI Channel, Bruce Nash (Nash Entertainment), and legendary comic book creator Stan Lee's (Spider-Man, Hulk, The Fantastic Four, X-Men) POW! Entertainment, Inc., have joined forces to discover the next great American superhero. Who Wants to Be a Superhero? is an all-new reality series that challenges a lucky few to create their very own superhero alter-ego, live together in a secret lair under the watchful eye of Stan Lee, and compete for the best reality competition prize yet: immortality. All they'll need is an original idea, a killer costume, and some real superhero mojo. The winning superhero will be immortalized in a new comic book from Dark Horse Comics created by Stan Lee himself and will be featured in an original SCI FI Channel movie. Executive producers are Bruce Nash, Stan Lee, Scott Satin, Gill Champion and Andrew Jebb.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||Superhero hopefuls audition for Stan Lee who narrows the field down to our final 11 cast members: Major Victory, The Iron Enforcer, Lemuria, Creature, Monkey Woman, Nitro G., Fat Momma, Levity, Feedback, Cell Phone Girl, and TyVeculus. After settling in together at their secret lair, the group faces their first challenge: Find a place in a public park to quickly and discreetly change from the alter egos into their superhero costumes.||43:31||$0.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||The Superhero hopefuls face a test of true courage. To help an en elderly woman who is locked out of her home, they must fend off several attack dogs. The heroes also get a costume makeover supervised by Stan Lee.||43:31||$0.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||The seven remaining Superheroes discover that an eliminated contestant is now an evil Super Villain! Stan tests the ability of the contestants to keep their true identity a secret by tempting them with hot swimsuit models, and then takes the competition to new heights as the Superheroes face their fear of flying (and falling) when they must walk across a three-story high plank - blindfolded! You'll be shocked at who is eliminated at the end of this episode!||43:33||$0.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||Stan sends the five remaining Superheroes out into the real world (in costume, of course) to uphold the law. You better not try to parallel park around these heroes! Stan eliminates one contestant after the Dark Enforcer reveals some dirt on the Superheroes, and the remaining heroes compete in a wickedly hilarious secret task game where they must brush the hair of, massage, and even hug convicted felons! Will they survive their meetings with all those "real" criminals?||43:36||$0.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5||The three remaining Superheroes are judged by Stan's toughest critics…kids!!! Then Stan challenges them to use their brains in a time-based challenge to follow clues and find the Super Villain in the most public place possible - a crowded outdoor mall! As the next elimination draws near and emotions run high, one Superhero breaks down and considers leaving the lair. After a tear-filled elimination, the competition is down to the final two.||43:40||$0.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6||The final two contestants have a one-on-one conversation with Stan who digs deep in order to find out who the most worthy contestant is. While making his decision, he sends the Superheroes to stunt school to learn some movie magic moves in order to fulfill their dreams by granting them actual Superpowers… at least the kind you can find in a Hollywood-style trailer. Finally the moment of truth comes, and in front of thousands of fans, Stan announces his next great superhero! Excelsior!!||43:31||$0.99||View In iTunes|
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Awesome show. What a great concept to have people dressed up in their ultimate fantasy and actually live it out. To help them get into their characters, the creative challenges really put them in their places. Mr. Victory is hilarious and the Iron Enforcer, by far is the most realistic looking comic character but needs a sense of direction. Cell Phone Girls is hot and Big Momma is a change. Creature Girl, watch out, don't get too horny, and Feedback, lighten-up: let your inner child have fun. Anyway, thank you iTunes for the FREE SAMPLE, you are truly a superheroe. I'm hooked and I'm looking forward to future episodes. There should be an iTunes Man for next season. That'll be a hoot!
This show is hilarious!!!
At first when seeing the previews I thought to myself "This show is going to be the worst reality show ever". Once you start to watch the show with a sense of humor and not expecting anything serious it's gold! The people's reactions and the series of challenges presented to the would be heroes is classic. Anytime to see Stan The Man Lee in action makes for a treat for any comic fan. My personal favorites were Feedback for costume/origin/name, Monkey Woman for being attractive and finding the perfect place to change into her costume (Totally into character) and Iron Enforcer, cause dammit, heroes do kill! (Punisher!!!!) I'd recommend this to any comic fan.
A superhero with donuts hanging off her belt and an male exotic dancer turned caped crusader. It's the makings of a great show!