Lance Armstrong, Ronda Rousey, Ariel Winter to Live in Simulated Martian Colony for New Fox Reality Series

In what can probably be best described as a Mad Libs of a reality TV social experiment, Fox is getting set to launch Stars on Mars, a new competition series that will pit 12 celebrities against one another in a simulated space station on the red planet.

The cast features a wide range of athletes, actors, and reality stars including former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong, UFC champion Ronda Rousey, Christopher "McLovin" Mintz-Plasse, Modern Family actress Ariel Winter, Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch, actress and comedian Natasha Leggero, singer Tinashe, and Tallulah Willis; daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. Pulling the strings will be Star Trek icon William Shatner, who serves as "Mission Control" by directing the celebrities on their various missions.

Each week, the celebrities will vote to eliminate one of their crew mates, effectively sending them back to Earth and setting the stage for what will no doubt be drama-filled "intergalactic alliances and rivalries."

"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," reads Fox's press release about the series. "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.'"

Eureka Productions is the unscripted entertainment company behind Stars on Mars, which is also responsible for breezy fare such as Netflix's The Mole, ABC's mini-golf-on-steroids competition series Holey Moley, Peacock's Frogger, and Fox's Name That Tune.

Putting a mixed bag of celebrities to live in a compound together is hardly a new concept, with reality series' such as Celebrity Big Brother and The Surreal Life—but the space twist certainly is inspired.

Stars on Mars premieres Monday, June 5 on Fox.