The second season of “Who Wants To Be A Superhero?” resulted in a real
life law enforcer being selected as the big winner. Austin, Texas
police detective Jarrett Crippin beat out runners-up Hyper-Strike and
Hygena. Comic book legend and judge Stan "The Man" Lee personally
selected Crippen’s alter ego The Defuser to be America’s newest
SCI FI Channel’s hit reality series WHO WANTS TO BE A SUPERHERO? from
Nash Entertainment and POW! Entertainment Inc., returns for its second
season on Thursday, July 26 at 9:PM ET/PT. The new season features an
all-new league of 10 superhero contestants, exciting new physical
challenges, a few fiendish villains, and two more episodes than last
year, 8 in all!
Shocker Toys is adding the winner of SCI FI’s first season of "Who
Wants To Be a Superhero?" to its popular Indie Spotlight Series One, it
was announced today. In addition to Feedback, the current winner, the
special set will also feature Major Victory and Fat Momma. The winner
of season two, which premieres July 26 at 9PM ET/PT on SCI FI, will
also be awarded their very own comic figure. "Who Wants to Be A
Superhero?," is hosted and judged by the legendary comic book creator,
As the nationwide casting call for the second season of SCI FI
Channel’s hit reality series Who Wants to Be a Superhero? comes to a
close, one contestant spot remains unfilled! Like last season, when,
for the first time ever, America was able to select a reality show
contestant, SCI FI Channel and SCIFI.COM open the polls again with
three new superhero hopefuls vying for your vote to fulfill a dream.
Log onto SCIFI.COM (www.scifi.com/superhero) from 11:00AM (EST) on
Friday, March 31, 2007 through 11:00AM (EST) April 5, 2006 to vote for
"Ominicron," "Rift" or "Thorn!" The new season of Who Wants to Be a
Superhero? is scheduled to premiere in July.
Do you have a superhero persona you’ve been itching to try on? SCI FI
Channel will hold local auditions for the second season of its breakout
reality hit Who Wants To Be A Superhero? starring legendary comic book
creator Stan Lee. Auditions will be held in association with
WrestleMania®’s annual Fan AxxessÃƒÂ¢Ã¢ Tour that kicks off Saturday,
January 14 in Miami, Florida.
Stan Lee recaps the competitions that have led up to the final two and says the both Feedback and Fat Momma are very worthy of being a superhero which makes his decision difficult. For the final challenge, Stan Lee tells Feedback and Fat Momma that he is literally going to give each of them super powers. When Feedback asks how, Stan Lee tells him that they are literally going to learn how to fly.
For their first challenge, the final three superheroes must prove that they are able to inspire people. Stan Lee tells the superheroes that they will confront the toughest judges of all,kids. As a special surprise, Stan Lee shows the superheroes comic book covers featuring their characters. The superheroes tell the kids a story and then take questions from the kids. Feedback tells a boring story of how he got his powers, Fat Momma leads the kids in song and delivers a moral message, and Major Victory runs around and makes the kids laugh. Fat Momma is selected by the kids as the winner of the challenge.
SCI FI Channel’s hit reality series ‘WHO WANTS TO BE A SUPERHERO?’ from Nash Entertainment and POW! Entertainment Inc., continued its upward trend of week-to-week growth soaring to new series heights with its fourth installment on Thursday, August 17th at 9:00PM ET/PT. Episode 4 delivered a 1.32 HH rating (+10 vs. last week and +48% vs. its July 27th series premiere), 1.031 million viewers 18-49 (+27% vs. last week), 899,000 viewers 25-54 (+28% vs. last week) and 1.815 million total viewers.
The superheroes spend the morning helping the citizens of Los Angeles. Dark Enforcer tells Stan Lee that he talked to the family and friends of the superheroes. Creature’s friend tells a story about her chucking items out of a hotel window. Feedback’s wife says he’s messy, inconsiderate, and a slob. Fat Momma’s momma says that she has not always been proud of her weight. Major Victory’s co-worker says he use to be known as Thong Man. Lemuria’s friend says she is infamous for strutting her stuff and dancing on tabletops.
Who Wants To Be A Superhero has been a surprisingly good reality TV show. The show doesn’t take itself to seriously, delivers several good laughs and successfully pulls off a challenging concept. Reality TV Magazine recently caught up with Tonatzin Mondragon who is the superhero Lemuria on the show. Unlike the other contestants that were picked by Stan Lee for the show, Lemuria was actually voted onto the show by Sci-Fi viewers.