Meat Loaf Will Have Reality Show Based On ‘I’d Do Anything For Love
I’d Do Anything For Love - Meat Loaf /YouTube
Get ready for a reality show loosely based on the iconic song “I’d Do Anything For Love” from Meat Loaf.
According to Deadline, the show will present couples who in turn compete in different fun games that are designed to express their trust with one another. Per episode, those two couples would play against each other for cash rewards.
Deadline further gives detail: “After two rounds of absurd and sometimes frightening physical contests, inspired and accompanied by ballads, the couple on top will advance to the ‘Endgame,’ where their faith in each other will undergo the ultimate challenge.”
Meat Loaf will also be a part of the show, introduced as the “ethereal feature behind the madness.” It will also contain a segment of live musical performances.
The program got its title from Meatloaf’s hit single, a marvelous ballad from his 1993 album Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell. The artist is already in talks with the production company Nobody’s Hero. The company has established its popularity following a lot of success from their own TV shows that included Nailed It! and Best Leftovers Ever!
You can listen to the show’s inspiration here: