Kids clock into real life in YTV's new reality series "In Real Life"



    
    -   Series' premiere Wed., Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on YTV
    -   Eighteen kids from 13 Canadian cities compete in a race across North
        America
    -   Comedian Sabrina Jalees hosts
    

    MONTREAL, Jan. 7 /CNW/ - In one of Canada's most ambitious reality series
for kids to date, eighteen contestants - aged 12-14 - race across North
America in a heart-pounding, skill-based competition that allows kids to clock
into the real world. Hosted by Canadian comedian Sabrina Jalees, in each
episode contestants must avoid elimination by competing in a series of
thrilling job-related challenges in professions that range from NASCAR racers
to Hollywood stunt people. It is a fierce race to the finish with only one
challenger winning the ultimate prize: college tuition money and an
all-expense paid family vacation. "In Real Life" (13 x 60') airs Wednesdays at
7 p.m. ET/PT beginning Feb. 4 on YTV. A YTV original production, the series is
produced by Montreal-based Apartment 11 Productions.
    The contestants come from Victoria, BC; Abbotsford, BC; Langley, BC and
Salt Spring Island, BC; Winnipeg, MB; Mississauga, ON; Barrie, ON; Ottawa, ON;
Toronto, ON; Woodbridge, ON; Beaver Dam, NB; Fort Ellis, NS; and
Charlottetown, PEI.

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    ABOUT APARTMENT 11 PRODUCTIONS

    Founded in 2000 by Jonathan Finkelstein, Montreal-based Apartment 11
Productions is a leading independent production company committed to creating
the world's best children's programming. The company's library includes such
hits as "Mystery Hunters", "Prank Patrol" and "Surprise! It's Edible!
Incredible!" www.apartment11.tv

    ABOUT YTV

    As Canada's leading kids broadcaster, Corus Entertainment's YTV,
Treehouse and Discovery Kids Canada collectively have the highest 2-11
audience of any broadcaster, and reach 91 per cent of kids each week in
English Canada. Seen in 8.9 million homes and connecting with 2.2 million kids
per month, YTV also publishes Whoa!, a successful kids' magazine, travels to
communities across the country with its WOW tour, conducts a highly respected
annual survey, The YTV Tween Report and has a highly interactive website that
averages over 90 million monthly page views.





For further information:

For further information: Susan Stafford, UNIT:PR, susan@unitpr.com or
Molly Ray, Corus Entertainment, molly.ray@corusent.com

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