Where do players disappear after they fall into the lava on Floor Is Lava? Well, this is an interesting question that has left many people scratching their heads. If you are one of those, read on.
Floor is Lava is a new reality game show on Netflix. It brings back childhood memories and the winning team gets $10,000 and a lava lamp as a prize. The first season of this show released on June 19, 2020. In the show, contestants pretend that the floor is lava and do their damnedest best not to fall into it.
Amongst questions like what the lava is made of and where do drowned people actually go, Netflix has not revealed any details and the people associated with the show are close-lipped about it. This only adds to the mystery and makes the show more exciting.
The players are supposed to swing on bars and hop on furniture but the course is designed such that the players fall into the lava. This is a fun, light-hearted show that brings nostalgia to almost everyone. Each episode features three teams of three members competing against each other.
The Theories About Floor Is Lava
Some of the theories doing rounds on the internet include a manhole in the floor. Now, that can’t be possible since it would be like a huge suction pulling drain that would pull the lava in too. Another theory includes a team of scuba-divers on the ready to whisk away the drowned participant as soon as the cameras turn the other way.
The most plausible theory though is that the scenes of the people are edited coming out of the lava. This is the most likely thing to happen after a person falls in the lava after the teammates show their different levels of surprise, the show quickly switches to a replay, mostly a slow-mo loop their failed attempt. This gives the drowned person just enough time to come out of the lava and ‘disappear’.
A few days ago, a Twitter user named @mikerhuddleston shared a quick glance from an episode of Rick And Morty’s “The Vat Of Acid” and asked Floor Is Lava host Rutledge Wood if that is what happens to contestants when they accidentally fall into the Lava. And to this, Wood replied with, “Ha-ha, we can’t say”, adding more fuel to the fire. With thousands of viewers tuning in to watch the show and enjoying a nice old throwback to their childhood, its eccentric, refreshing and doesn’t require hours of commitment.
Now What About The Lava Itself?
Irad Iyal, the Owner and Executive Producer of Haymaker Media did reveal the mystery behind the steaming pool of lava. He reportedly claimed that Floor Is Lava has assigned Hollywood’s premier slime manufacturers to invent a blend for the show. This resulted in the show eventually ordering more slime than any show had ever produced – close to 100,000 gallons.
He also mentioned that the closest thing to come to this blend is orange sauce, if any viewers wanted to recreate the experience at home, at their own risk. Ha-ha! (We do not encourage you to try this at home.)
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