Watch the Trailer for Netflix's Original Gameshow 'Floor is Lava'

Centered around the childhood pastime.

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Looking to redefine the obstacle competition concept, Netflix has now created its original gameshow Floor is Lava.

Centered around the iconic childhood pastime, the new series sees three teams compete to navigate through rooms flooded with lava. Hosted by Top Gear‘s Rutledge Wood, the rooms are filled with expressions of common furniture and random props like giant Easter Island heads and space shuttle wrecks surrounded by bubbling red liquid. Leaping from structures and swinging from items, the team with the most points wins a grand prize of $10,000 USD.

Floor is Lava premieres on Netflix on June 19. My training for season 2 starts now.

Watch the trailer for Floor is Lava above and look for Netflix’s original gameshow to premiere June 19.

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