The second season of an Islamic reality show features contestants competing for a chance to be an Imam. The Malaysian show, called "Young Imam," is styled after American reality show competitions. However, the content is strictly Islamic.
Listen to my Fox News Radio report:
More than 1,000 Muslim men tried out for the show -- a huge prime time hit in Malaysia. Each week, the contestants vye for the top prize through a series of contests including reciting Koranic verse, washing corpses and slaughtering sheep.
The winner will be offered a job as an imam, a new car and nearly $10,000 in cash.
Watch the show's intro: