This Race To Escape set up involves both teams wound up by electrical cord and locked to their barber chairs. To get out it will require a lot of teamwork; and that’s not even counting as a clue!
Barber Chair Chain Up
Sometimes it is easy for us at home to make the clue connection, but see how the stress causes people to overlook the obvious.
What About Bob?
See snippets of casting tapes, as the producers of Race to Escape highlight what they are looking for when they choose a candidate.
You Cannot Win This Game By Yourself
As we see each team figure out a different part of how to solve their next clue, Jimmy ponders it’s too bad they can’t work together.
The Red and Blue teams have the lights on and must figure out how to free themselves. They both stumble on the clue, but it’s early on.
Each member of both teams are locked up. We get a look at how each team starts tackling the challenge.
All Locked Up
One team learns the cockroaches in the classroom might hold a clue. Are they real or fake? Because if they’re real that is scary.
How do you capture the frantic drama as the contestants try to escape their rooms? The Director of Photography from Race to Escape shows us the secrets used in filming.
Filming the Escape Drama
The two teams are racing around the room trying to find their next clue. The Red team comes close to one clue, but their lack focus as a team leads them astray.
The High Cost of Distraction
Our first competition takes place in a room that should provide many challenges. Each team instantly begins to grapple with the first clue.
The Explorer’s Study
See how one team tackle just part of a clue to find a number. We don’t know if time is in their favor, but they’re jumping for joy.
What Twist Reveals a Clue?