Escape Routes

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Escape Routes
Escape Routes logo.jpg
Presented by Rossi Morreale
iJustine
Starring Brett Lemick and Ross Everett, Derek and Drew Konzelman, Bre Ortola and Tara Rhein, Iris Hill and Terrence Davis, Sharon and Wilson Montero, Chekesha Johnson and Tiffany Jackson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Production
Executive producer(s) David Leener
Elise Doganieri
Production company(s) Profiles Television Productions
Release
Original network NBC
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Original release March 31 – May 5, 2012 (2012-05-05)
External links
Ford Escape Routes

Escape Routes is an American reality television series which aired on NBC. The six-part reality competition is a joint venture between NBC and Ford Motor Company, and it features the Ford Escape. It premiered on March 31, 2012.[1] Hosting each episode is Rossi Morreale and YouTube star iJustine.

Content[edit]

Over the course of the show, the six two-person teams travel in Ford Escapes to six major U.S. cities, where they compete in various events to earn points towards winning the competition. The show also involves audience participation from users on the show's website, escaperoutes.com. The show has been described as a combination of branded entertainment and social media marketing,[2] with one reviewer describing it as "one giant commercial for the Ford Motor Company".[3]

Cast[edit]

White Team: Brett Lemick and Ross Everett

Black Team: Derek Konzelman and Drew Konzelman

Red Team: Bre Ortola and Tara Rhein

Grey Team: Iris Hill and Terrence Davis

Blue Team: Sharon Montero and Wilson Montero

Yellow Team: Chekesha Johnson and Tiffany Jackson

Ratings[edit]

The series premiere drew 1.12 million viewers and 0.2 Adults 18-49 rating on March 31, 2012.[4] The series rose to 1.17 million viewers and a 0.3 Adults 18-49 rating in its second week.[5] The third episode attained the most viewers yet with 1.20 million tuning in and 0.2 Adults 18-49 rating on April 14, 2012.[6]

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