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NBC's 'Stars Earn Stripes' Debuts Explosive Poster

July 5, 2012 (7:59 am) GMT
Highlighting the action-packed concept, the newly released one-sheet features all eight contestants running away from an explosion behind them while carrying weapons.

Hyping up the upcoming summer premiere of "", NBC has released a poster for the new show. The one-sheet, which made its way out via Entertainment Weekly, shows the eight stars in action as they run away from an explosion and with some of them holding big guns.

Signing up for the inaugural season of the military-themed show are Sarah Palin's husband Todd Palin, singer/TV personality , boxing champion Laila Ali, actor , former NFL player , Olympic gold medalist Picabo Street, "" trainer Dolvett Quince and WWE's Diva Eve Torres.

Each of the celebrities will be paired with a former member of the armed forces or law enforcement agency who trains them for military-style missions that include challenges like helicopter drops to long-range target shooting. Every week, one team will be eliminated, and the last one standing wins a cash prize for a charity of their choice.

"Stars Earn Stripes" will debut with a two-hour episode on Monday, August 13 at 8 P.M. on NBC. Executive produced by Dick Wolf, Mark Burnett and and David A. Hurwitz, the show has tapped Entertainment Tonight correspondent Samantha Harris and former presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark as the hosts.

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