The 12 Stars Are

Lance Armstrong, Natasha Leggero, Marshawn Lynch, Christopher Mintz-Plasse,

Adam Rippon, Ronda Rousey, Tom Schwartz, Richard Sherman, Tinashe,

Porsha Williams Guobadia, Tallulah Willis and Ariel Winter

FOX announces the 12 fearless celebrities who will pack their bags and prepare for launch to the red planet as crew members on Stars on Mars, an out-of-this-world new unscripted series, premiering Monday, June 5 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. This summer, professional athletes, reality world megastars, triumphant entrepreneurs, renowned television and film actors, uproarious comedians and trailblazing entertainers will colonize, compete and conquer “Mars” until there is one victorious space invader, who will claim the title of “the brightest star in the galaxy.” Celebrities will ditch their jerseys, business suits and red carpet gowns for the ultimate attire—an astronaut suit. Once on “Mars,” this group of stars will receive interstellar assignments from legendary actor and Star Trek icon William Shatner, who serves as Mission Control. Colonizing Mars could be our future…let’s send them first!

Meet the 12 crewmates joining Stars on Mars:


Former Professional Road-Racing Cyclist and Investor Lance Armstrong


Comedian, Actress and Writer Natasha Leggero


Former Super Bowl Champion, Community Advocate and Entrepreneur Marshawn Lynch


Widely known Comedic Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse


Olympic Figure Skater and TV Personality Adam Rippon



Professional Wrestler and UFC champion, Olympic Medalist and Actress Ronda Rousey



Television Personality and Restaurateur Tom Schwartz



Sports Analyst and Professional Football Player Richard Sherman



Multi-Platinum-Certified POP & R&B Disruptor, Singer, Songwriter and Dancer Tinashe


Television Personality, Actress and Author Porsha Williams Guobadia



Entrepreneur and Artist Tallulah Willis



SAG Award-Winning Actress and Producer Ariel Winter

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This summer, adventurous celebrities prepare for take-off to the red planet, where they will live, eat, sleep, strategize and bond with each other in the same space station. During their stay, they will be faced with authentic conditions that simulate life on Mars, and they must use their brains and brawn – or maybe just their stellar social skills – to outlast the competition and claim the title of “brightest star in the galaxy.” The celebrities will compete in missions and will vote to eliminate one of their crewmates each week, sending them back to Earth. Cue the intergalactic alliances and rivalries. Stars on Mars will send these famous rookie space travelers where no one has gone before and reveal who has what it takes to survive life on “Mars.”

Stars on Mars is produced by Eureka Productions, a Fremantle company. Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin, Wes Dening and Eden Gaha serve as executive producers, along with Charles Wachter, serving as executive producer and showrunner.

Stars on Mars is an original format created by Chris Culvenor of Eureka Productions. Fremantle has international distribution rights to the Stars on Mars format.

About Eureka Productions

Award-winning unscripted entertainment company, Eureka Productions, was founded in 2016 by Co-CEOs Chris Culvenor and Paul Franklin. Headquartered in Los Angeles and Sydney, the company has since grown a portfolio of over 40 series for network, streaming, cable, and digital platforms in the U.S., Canada and Australia, becoming one of the TV industry’s fastest growing international producers.

Eureka’s U.S. credits include the U.S. reboot of The Mole (Netflix), Holey Moley (ABC), Full Bloom (HBOMax), TwentySomethings Austin (Netflix), Frogger (Peacock), Name That Tune (FOX), The Real Dirty Dancing (FOX), Finding Magic Mike (HBO Max), Dating Around (Netflix) and Crikey It’s the Irwins (Discovery). Other recent productions include The Parent Test for ABC (adapted from Eureka’s Australian hit Parental Guidance) and the new U.S. version of Fremantle’s international format Farmer Wants a Wife on FOX.

In Australia, Eureka’s slate also includes Luxe Listings for Amazon, Byron Baes for Netflix, Amazing Race Australia for Network Ten, Parental Guidance for Nine Network, and many more.  In 2022, Eureka also took on the development and production of all Fremantle’s entertainment, reality and game show formats in Australia, including Australian Idol and Farmer Wants a Wife for Seven Network. 

Eureka Productions is a Fremantle company.  For more information, visit


About FOX Entertainment

With a legacy spanning more than 35 years, FOX Entertainment is one of the world’s most recognizable media brands and a prolific content producer across its iconic broadcast network and both owned and third-party streaming platforms. Known for its independent, innovative spirit and provocative, groundbreaking storytelling, the company was reinvented in 2019 with the formation of FOX Entertainment. While maintaining its leadership in broadcast television (9-1-1, The Simpsons, The Cleaning Lady, Hell’s Kitchen, LEGO Masters), the company is actively building a portfolio of businesses and library of owned original content. To date, FOX Entertainment’s long-term growth strategy has included the acquisitions of award-winning animation studio Bento Box Entertainment (Bob’s Burgers, The Great North, Krapopolis, Grimsburg), entertainment platform TMZ, and global production studio MarVista Entertainment (The Way Home), as well as the formation of the culinary and lifestyle content venture Studio Ramsay Global (Next Level Chef, Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars) in partnership with Gordon Ramsay. The company also established its in-house unscripted studio FOX Alternative Entertainment (The Masked Singer, I Can See Your Voice, Name That Tune) and FOX Entertainment Studios (Animal Control) to develop scripted content, worldwide content sales unit FOX Entertainment Global.