Hulu Orders ‘Got To Get Out’; Social Experiment Has Contestants Living, Competing In Mansion

Hulu has ordered Got to Get Out, a competition series from Wheelhouse that was created by Glenn Hugill (Deal or No Deal, The Mole), the president of Wheelhouse’s UK arm.

The Big Brother-like series will consist of 10, hour-long episodes and feature participants living together in a mansion for 10 days while they compete in physical and mental challenges. Participants can stick together and take an equal share of the prize money at the end of their stay, or they can choose to go rogue and attempt to steal the full pot of money for themselves.

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To win the $1 million prize, contestants have to escape the mansion via a single exit: the front gate. However, in this game, getting out is easier said than done. At various times during the game, the gate will open and a getaway car will arrive, presenting an opportunity for cast members to betray their comrades and make off with the cash. However, competitors can block each other’s run for the money via a red button that immediately closes the gate.   

Got to Get Out will be produced for Hulu by Wheelhouse’s Spoke Studios with Brent Montgomery, Ed Simpson, Glenn Hugill, Pam Healey and Liz Fine serving as executive producers. Charles Wachter will serve as executive producer and showrunner. 

Wheelhouse launched its UK division in 2023, marking the first international creative and production initiative from Brent Montgomery and Jimmy Kimmel’s multi-vertical media, marketing and investment platform, Wheelhouse.

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