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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.
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.
Insight from CBS reality show cast contracts—and an Amazing Race cast member—about when the winners get $1 million and the others are paid their consolation prizes.
TAR 33 started filming last weekend, but after three legs of the race, all teams are headed home because of the quickly-spreading coronavirus.
The Amazing Race 32 hasn’t aired yet, but TAR 33 is currently being filmed with two familiar CBS reality stars competing. Will coronavirus affect the route?
What’s happening with The Amazing Race 32, which filmed in 2018? And what about future seasons? Answers from creators and executive producers, Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri.
Among the teams who will race on TAR 32 are two Olympic hurdlers, two former NFL players, and “The Backpacking Boyfriends.”
After completing a completely pointless task in L.A., The Amazing Race teams headed to Tokyo, where there were some laughs and fun moments, but nothing new.
CBS moved up the premiere date for TAR 31, which is a “reality showdown” between Amazing Race, Survivor, and Big Brother cast members.
Premiere dates and timeslots for the five reality competitions CBS is airing during spring 2019.