MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge.

I’ve been watching this show since Season two started. I must say its far better this time round then the first season (Pilot) with Danny Ilabaca. I did enjoy the premise of the first season although I felt it could have been better. Then again being the first real Parkour TV show I guess it was all trail and error. The courses have now stepped up a notch this season and they are in two teams that go head to head.

In the first episode on the boat I thought it was amazing to see Parkour/freerunning on it and the creativity of the two teams making a video were exceptional! I agreed that the right team won.

Although I disagreed with the second and 3rd episode teams that won, how ever it is still awesome to watch. for anyone that wants to see the episodes they are listed below. For anyone that missed these the first time round, or if you are new to Parkour/Freerun this is how a show should be, unlike Jump City which I have explained my views on.

If you missed the first season that is also below for you too enjoy, I guess with the competitors being so friendly and not for show I guess that killed what the producers wanted to happen and so is why there was never a third season made.

Season one of the show is below the full episode. Also classed as the pilot before it got fully renewed for a proper series.



The rest of the videos are from season two of the Tv series.









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