Grab your popcorn and open up your laptop for ASU's new student reality show. Season one of the series "Safety" brings together 16 college students to compete in mental and physical challenges for a whopping prize of $35.
In homage to classic network-style reality shows, new episodes of “Safety” premiere individually on YouTube on Tuesdays and Fridays. Season two is currently in post-production and set to premiere in late April, while seasons three and four are scheduled for filming.
"Safety" was originally pitched to ASU's film club Scriptless by the club's president Tyler Kupfer, a sophomore studying film and media production. Kupfer said he was largely inspired by reality competition shows like "Survivor," "Big Brother," and "The Amazing Race," as well as smaller, more recent YouTube reality shows like "The Totem Pole."