When Dwayne Johnson sought inspiration for his new competition series “The Titan Games,” he turned to a word from his Polynesian heritage.
“It’s called mana. Mana means spirit and power. And the mana in this arena is real,” he says.
“The Titan Games” will bring together men and women from everyday jobs for a series of daunting, head-to-head physical challenges.
“A lot of them can’t walk out of here on their own accord. They have to get helped out,” Johnson says.
The ones who make it through advance to an ultimate challenge at Mt. Olympus, and the chance to win $100,000.
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Yo. Good morning sunshines 😈What better way to motivate you to start your day than by giving you an exclusive 10 MIN sneak peek of my @NBCTitanGames.
Enjoy this AM coffee in your eyes & I’ll see you TONIGHT for our epic 2 HR PREMIERE EVENT.
8pm on @NBC.
The hype becomes real! pic.twitter.com/IFUyxWwT7G— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) January 3, 2019