Scoop: THE QUEST *Season Finale* on ABC - Thursday, September 11, 2014
The Paladins have arrived at the end of their journey and the moment of truth is at hand, but first, these remaining contestants must face a new enemy, in the final two episodes of the season of "The Quest," airing THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network. The stakes reach a new height in "Escape from Rana Village" when the Paladins are taken prisoner. They must act quickly in order to save themselves and the Queen (Susanne Gschwendtner). Ultimately, only one is safe from the Fates leading to their most emotional banishment yet. The final episode begins with only three Paladins left and Verlox's (Douglas Tait) growing power. The final challenge puts the Paladins to a demanding test. After the grueling competition, the quest is complete and "One True Hero" has emerged. The celebration is short-lived and our "Hero's" work is not finished…Verlox must be vanquished.
Who will be named the "One True Hero"? Will it be Shondo Blades (30, MMA Fighter from Houston, TX), Lina Carollo (27, School Counselor from Delran, NJ), Andrew Frazer (25, Personal Trainer from West Hartford, CT), Bonnie Gordon (28, Property Manager from Lafayette, LA), Patrick Higgins (41, High School Math Teacher from Joliet, IL) or Leticia Reyes (36, Executive Assistant from White Plains, NY)? Katherine "Katie" Smaluk (26, Bartender from Chicago, IL), Ashley Guerrero (35, Horse Trainer from Murrieta, CA), Jim Curry (22, Student from Little Rock, AR), Jasmine Kyle (31, Mother and Homemaker from Media, PA), Christian Sochor (23, Server from New York, NY), Adria Kyne (41, Marketing Director from Nashua, NH) along with two contestants on September 4 have been banished.
"The Quest" was filmed on location in Austria and is executive produced by Bertram van Munster, Elise Doganieri, Mark Ordesky, Jane Fleming, Rob Eric and Michael Williams. This program carries a TV-PG,L,V parental guideline.
About the Executive Producers:
Profiles Television Productions is responsible for the ground breaking TV series "The Amazing Race," airing in some 80 countries worldwide. Owned and operated by nine-time Emmy® Award winning producers Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri, Profiles began in 2003 and has since produced hundreds of hours of broadcast television. Court Five was founded by former New Line Cinema executives Jane Fleming and Mark Ordesky, and is a multi-platform media company that develops and converts diverse intellectual properties and brands into bold filmed entertainment. The studio output of the Court Five partners includes "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, Oscar, Golden Globe and Palme D'Or winners like "Shine" and "Dancer in the Dark" and the upcoming feature film, "Exists" (Lionsgate). Green Harbor is a television and film production company that creates groundbreaking entertainment founded by Emmy and Academy Award winning producers Michael Williams and Rob Eric. Their work has been recognized with several Emmy awards, including one for the iconic "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" and an Academy Award for Michael Williams for the film "The Fog of War."