According to Deadline, the unnamed "genre-bending" adventure series will be produced by Stallone's Balboa Productions and Natural Studios, the British explorer. For the series, the two businesses will collaborate with Endemol Shine North America executive producers Sharon Levy and DJ Nurre on LEGO Masters. There isn't a network yet that will air the Stallone and Grylls project.
In a news release, Stallone stated, "My goal has always been to push the envelope not only in life, but in all of my artistic undertakings. "Combining the improbable with the unbelievable to produce the unforgettable is the most satisfying thing in the world. I can't wait for everyone to experience what we have in store because it is incredible, breathtaking, and game-changing."
Continuous Action Starring Stallone
Stallone's second excursion into reality television is the untitled action series. The Survivor creator Mark Burnett and the Rocky star previously co-created, produced, and hosted the unscripted boxing series The Contender. The show had four more scenes airing on ESPN, NBCSN, and Epix in addition to its one season on NBC in 2005.
From 2006 through 2011, Grylls starred in seven seasons of Man vs. Wild on the Discovery Channel. 2019 saw the creation of You vs. Wild on Netflix and Running Wild on Disney+ by Grylls, who also co-founded Natural Studios. Sly has traditionally injected his roles with energy because he is arguably the most recognisable face in the action genre, and Grylls stated, "We envision that energy being directed into our creation."
Sylvester Stallone and Bear Grylls, along with their respective production teams, are two of the biggest names in action and adventure on the planet, according to Endemol Shine's Levy. We've collaborated to develop a groundbreaking hybrid unscripted series that we hope to release very soon through Balboa Productions and Natural Studios.
Stallone is still involved in numerous prospective projects at the age of 76. The renowned actor will make his scripted series debut in Taylor Sheridan's Paramount+ series Tulsa King as a paroled gangster dispatched by his employer to Oklahoma to start a new criminal empire, following his superhero turn this year in Samaritan for Amazon. Stallone will return to the big screen as both Ravager Stakar Ogord in Marvel Studios' The Expendables 4 and Barney Ross in that film.