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What Is The Plot Of The Climb on HBO Max?

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Jason Momoa is getting us a new reality show to HBO Max through his production company On the Roam! The star and legendary rock climber Chris Sharma both love climbing. So the duo decided to create a competition series, The Climb, based on that passion.

The eight-episode season will make its debut on the streamer on Thursday, January 12th, 2023 with its first three episodes. Later it will be followed by another trio on January 19th, with the last two episodes streaming on Thursday, January 26th on HBO Max.

Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Erin Gamble, Matt Shanfield, Brian Mendoza, James Mendoza, and Jonathan Retseck are also involved as executive producers in this project.

What is The Climb on HBO Max about?

The Climb is a “visually arresting” and “life-changing adventure” that will involve competitors climbing rocks, according to HBO Max. However, this isn’t just regular climbing at a center or gym. Amateur climbers will be taken through a number of mental and physical challenges as they climb at different heights around the world. The physical part of the sport is not the goal. Participants will also explore the human spirit, the streamer shares. And they’ll go through all of this for a $100,000 cash prize and a prAna-sponsored climbing ambassadorship.

In the trailer we see 10 climbers make their journey upwards, Moma’s own passion for the sport, and just how difficult and exciting climbing at these heights is. We can Expect to see the competitors in Wadi Rum in Jordan, among other spots.

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