Have you wondered what would happen if there were real-life Hunger Games? The CW’s Capture is probably as close as you can get to that experiment without actually playing to the death. Instead of fighting to the death, they are battling each other for a $250,000 prize. What would you be willing to do to win?
About CW’s Capture
Each week, one team is selected to be the hunting team. They must capture two teams in order to be safe from elimination. If they only capture one team, they are up for elimination with their victims. If they don’t capture another team at all, they are eliminated.
The two teams that are captured are put up for elimination and the remaining teams vote to send one of them home. Not only do the teams have to escape capture from the hunters, they need to establish good relationships because if they are caught they have to survive a vote of their peers.
It’s a fast-paced, action-packed competition show with no wasted air time. The competition is on from start to finish. One wrong move during the hunting period and a team can be captured.
We won’t make you hunt for your prize here. We are giving away three black Capture hoodies. All you have to do to win is imagine yourself in the forest being hunted and think what would be the reward you’d want the most.
A black Capture Hoodie (size L), pictured below to three lucky readers.
How to Enter
Leave a comment below telling us what would be the food or amenity you would want most as a reward if you were a contestant on Capture. Would it be toothpaste? Ice cream? Wine?
Three winners will be selected from all valid entries. This contest will end Wednesday, September 3 at 12pm PST. Click here for a complete list of the terms and conditions.
Capture airs Tuesdays at 9pm ET on the CW.
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(Image courtesy of the CW/Carla Day.)
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