Contestants compete in various challenges, based in Create a Sim, build mode and live mode, with a grand prize of $100,000. There are also in-game challenges for players to participate in during the show's run, with a chance for the winners to be selected as contestants for a potential second season.
Redefine reality competitions with The Sims™ Spark’d, a new show where the only limit to what contestants can create is their imagination! Don’t miss the episode 1 premiere for United States viewers on TBS on July 17.
For decades, diverse storytellers have been telling millions of stories in The Sims, inspired by their own lives and limitless creativity. Now, the competition is underway as twelve Simmers take on timed creativity challenges to build characters, worlds, and stories in the hopes of impressing the judges—and winning the $100,000 prize.
The host for this season is Rayvon Owen (a singer and former contestant on American Idol), and the judges are Dave Miotke (a.k.a SimGuruNinja, the lead producer of The Sims 4), Kelsey Impicciche (a BuzzFeed producer), and Tayla Parx (a singer, songwriter, and voice actress on The Sims 4).
The teams were decided on in the first episode, with all of the contestants being Sims-players with an online following of some sort. Each team consists of a Stylist, a Builder and a Storyteller.
|Team Gnome||Stylist||Plumbella||Eliminated in episode 2|
|Storyteller||The English Simmer|
|Team Cowplant||Stylist||Little Siha||Active|
|Storyteller||Steph0sims (later replaced by The English Simmer)|
|Team Freezerbunny||Stylist||XUrbanSimsX||Eliminated in episode 1|
Each challenge consists of three categories for players to enter, Stylist, Builder and Storyteller. Players can enter any category as many times as they like.
- In the Stylist category, players must create a household upload it to the Gallery.
- In the Builder category, players must create a lot and likewise upload it to the Gallery.
- In the Storyteller category, players must create a short video (at a maximum of three minutes long) and upload it to YouTube.
- ↑ Official Spark'd page
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 G. Jackson (July 8, 2020). 'The Sims' Is Getting a Reality TV Show. Vice. Retrieved on July 8, 2020.
- ↑ Official trailer
- ↑ Due to not feeling like she can compete anymore after her friends were eliminated, Steph leaves the show at the start of the third episode, and The English Simmer returns to take her place for the rest of the season.
- ↑ Challenge overview