‘Mouse Trap’ Competition Series in the Works at Fox

‘Mouse Trap’ Competition Series in the Works at Fox
It’s “Mouse Trap”! Fox is developing a physical reality-competition series based on the Hasbro board game Mouse Trap with studio Entertainment One (eOne), TheWrap has learned.

Per its official logline, “Mouse Trap” pits contestants against one another as they navigate larger-than-life obstacles recreated from the game. Through a series of demanding challenges requiring the utmost physical and mental endurance, each episode will culminate with its final round, with the last players standing working together to steal as much cheese as possible while risking capture by the iconic Mouse Trap. The more they steal, the more money they’ll win.

Executive producers on the potential series include Tara Long, Matt Walton, Matt Prichard and Mark Herwick.

One of the first mass-produced three-dimensional board games, Moue Trap was invented by Marvin Glass and launched by toy company Ideal in 1963 as a game for two to four players. During the game, players
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