The alliance started to crumble internally during The Amazing Race’s mega leg in India, which offered twice the challenges, twice the Yields, and even the return of Phil Keoghan introducing a Detour with “This” or “That.”
Amazing Race news, reviews, interviews, and recaps. TAR is the long-running CBS reality competition that follows teams of two as they race around the world.
Amazing Race 32’s five-team alliance was back in full force this week, basically neutralizing an entire challenge. It may not be affecting the outcome, but it is affecting the show.
The second half of last week’s episode worked very well as an episode on its own, and had strong challenges, from whisking to identifying. But it was self-driving that led to the biggest surprises. A recap of Amazing Race season 32 episode 5, “You Don’t Strike Me as a Renaissance Man.”
The Amazing Race was scheduled to air back-to-back episodes tonight, but instead an episode of SWAT aired instead of the second. In the first, a Double Switchback brought back challenges from Amazing Race 20.
Teams helping each other led to an elimination of The Amazing Race 32 last week. And it looked like we might be in for a repeat of that again this week—with the only remaining Black team being targeted by a white alliance.
The Yield hasn’t made an appearance on The Amazing Race since the all-stars season in 2007. It’s back! But where are the Detours? And where’s the actual racing?
A recap of The Amazing Race 32’s premiere, “One Million Miles,” in which 11 really charming teams visited Trinidad and Tobago, and were pulled over the non-finish line mat by goats.
The Amazing Race season 32’s premiere is titled “One Million Miles” because the CBS reality competition has traveled 1 million miles during its life. But TAR 32 had its own incredible journey.
You can watch Survivor and The Amazing Race 24/7, for free, on Pluto TV, as the shows were finally added several months after ViacomCBS’s free streaming service
CBS’s fall schedule has shows from CBS All Access (Star Trek: Discovery) and Pop (One Day at a Time), and also, finally, the premiere of Amazing Race 32. Also announced: BB22’s finale date, and Love Island USA season 2’s finale date.
The Amazing Race 32 is replacing Survivor 41 on CBS’s fall schedule. CBS also gave an update on Survivor’s production, which has not yet begun.
Of all CBS’s fall shows, only The Amazing Race has been filmed, and the network’s president is “hopeful” that the rest will be able to go into production this summer, but admits Survivor is “complicated.”
We’ll have to wait even longer to see The Amazing Race season 32, which filmed in 2018, because CBS has bumped it from its summer schedule.
In this edition of Ask Andy, I tackle two reader questions about the status and future of North America’s versions of Amazing Race.
CBS has finally announced a premiere date for a season of The Amazing Race filmed in 2018, and also announced a date for Survivor: Winners at War’s finale, which will be very different this year.