Elimination Station online show will follow Amazing Race 11’s contestants in sequester

The all-star contestants who are eliminated from The Amazing Race 11 will face another twist after they’re evicted and sent to sequester: They’ll be followed by cameras for an online reality show.

After being Philiminated, teams travel to a sequester location somewhere in the world where they wait for the race to conclude, when they reassemble to stand by the final mat and pretend to be happy for the winners. Now, they’ll be followed by cameras at that location.

Elimination Station shows “what happens when Teams are eliminated from the Race and sent to a secluded sequester house where they must try to cope with the disappointment of being eliminated while living alongside their fellow eliminated All-Stars,” according to CBS.

The web-only series will have 13 episodes, and will be broadcast on CBS’ Innertube site. The show “will be streamed … immediately following the West Coast broadcast of each episode,” according to the network. The first episode/webisode debuts Sunday at 9 p.m. PT.

“I’m Sorry to Tell You — You’ve Both Been Eliminated From the Race” — Now What? [CBS press release]

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