ESPNC has been around since 2012, when the network first launched the Girls Challenge, a competition where contestants would compete in photo puzzles to capture the most realistic and realistic images possible.
The Girls Challenge continued through the second season of the show, and was picked up for a third season on Sunday.
In the new season, the show will be presented in a similar way to its original incarnation: with a panel of experts who are tasked with creating the most amazing photo puzzle you can imagine, and it will be shown to the viewers.
Here’s what we know so far about the new girls challenge.
The Girls Challenge is one of the longest running online photo competitions in the world, and one of ESPNC’s biggest events.
It’s hosted by Girls editor-in-chief Jennifer Laub in partnership with photo site PhotoLab and social media giant Instagram.
The new girls challenges will include several challenges for each season, including the Girls Puzzle Challenge, Girls Photo Challenge, Girl Photo Contest, and the Girls Photo Contest Final, which will be held on April 17.
The challenge format will be similar to its first season, with each season featuring two groups of competitors vying to create the most realistically realistic photo.
The contestants are tasked to design and capture the photos that will appear on the website, with the winner taking home the title of Girls Photo of the Year.
The girls who complete the puzzle are awarded the title Girls Photo Artist of the Week, which is awarded annually to one of three people from the Instagram community who have captured the most accurate photos of the most popular girls in their communities.
The final image will be chosen by the panel of expert experts, and they’ll choose the final winner.