If bravery is judged by a person’s sheer willingness to go up against any obstacle and fall flat on their face, then the contestants of Wipeout Canada must be some of the bravest people in the country. Either that, or they simply haven’t watched Wipeout before.

Debuting tonight, Sunday, April 3, on TVtropolis at 8:00 PM, brings the familiar wet, messy, and often ridiculous Wipeout obstacle course to your once again, but this time with Canadian contestants, and the friendly faces of hosts and , plus the show’s on-the-scene co-host .

On Friday, I had a chance to chat with Jessica and Ennis, and here’s what they had to say about hosting this offbeat game show.

Watch the video below:

Fact Sheet: About the Hosts

Ennis Esmer moved to from Ankara, Turkey as a child and went on to study theatre and sketch comedy. In addition to Wipeout Canada you can also also catch Ennis as Oz in The Listener, and he will also appear in the upcoming new series Good Dog. His resume boasts hosting and creative consultanting for The Show, and major roles in Young People F*cking, The Border, Murdoch Mysteries, and Covert Affairs.

Jonathan Torrens has been working as an actor, host, writer and producer for more than 20 years, working in both and television. While Jonathan is currently working on the third season of his TVtropolis series TV with TVs Jonathan Torrens, you can also catch him on Call Me Fitz or as J-Roc on The Trailer Park Boys. Aside from his other roles, long-time fans will likely remember him most for his series Jonovision, and of course his work on Street Cents.

Jessica Phillips is from Etobicoke, and began modelling at 14-years-old. She made the break into television as a model on Howie Mandel’s Deal or No Deal Canada, and has since appeared in Billable Hours, Pure Pwnage, Republic of Doyle, Being Erica, and the film Repo Men.

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