‘Legends Of The Hidden Temple’ Is Coming Back, For Adults

Two decades after the hit ’90s show, Legends Of The Hidden Temple, closed its doors, it’s officially set to make a return, but this time, it’ll be for adult contestants instead.

The new version of the fan-favorite show will be airing next April on the mobile video platform, Quibi.

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The beloved show first hit screens in September 1993 before wrapping up in 1999 and is believed to have inspired the viral mobile game, Temple Run.

“This new, supersized, reimagined version will preserve many of the favourite original elements of the show – the Moat Crossing, Olmec and the Temple Run – but will see them ‘grown-up’ for an audience that’s grown up along with them,” Quibi revealed.

“The entire set will be taken out of the studio, into a jungle and scaled up with tougher challenges and bigger prizes on the line.”

Quibi doesn’t actually launch until April 6th, 2020, meaning the reboot will likely be one of the first things the platform will be streaming.

But this isn’t the first time the show made a return to screens. Back in 2016, a movie was released which told the story of siblings Sadie, Noah, and Dudley as they try to escape the hidden temple and prove the legend is real.

The movie even featured original presenter, Kirk Fogg.

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