The Amazing Race 4 concludes tonight; producer says end is “unexpected.”

The Amazing Race 4 concludes tonight; producer says end is “unexpected.”
David and Jeff, Kelly and Jon, and Reichen and Chip will sprint for the finish line and $1 million on tonight’s finale of The Amazing Race 4. The one-hour conclusion airs at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Executive producer Bertram van Munster says that “(what happens) is very exciting and unexpected.” He and his wife and co-executive producer Elise Doganieri discuss the logistics of the show in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Responding to a question about danger, Doganieri says the show has “an incredible security team that travels with us, and they do advise us on locations we choose, and they are watching closely where the contestants are and where they’re going.” The Journal Sentinel notes that they “are waiting to hear if you are renewed for a fifth season.”

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