Amazing Race 30 finalists smashed TVs during a challenge. Some viewers might have done the same after the race’s conclusion.
An interview with Phil Keoghan about The Amazing Race’s partner swap twist, its head-to-head races, and other experiments.
The Amazing Race season 30 introduced a new type of challenge at the end of episode two, “You’re The Best French Fry Ever”: a head-to-head race.
The Amazing Race season 30 had an incredibly strong start—at least in the ratings. An Amazing Race premiere hasn’t had this many viewers since season 23 in 2013.
CBS announced its scheduling of its three major reality series, all of which will air in the winter, including Big Brother‘s first celebrity edition, which will face off against NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics. Both Big Brother’s celebrity season and Amazing Race will air over condensed timeframes. Big Brother returns Feb. 7 at 8 …
The Amazing Race season 30 concluded filming last week in San Francisco, and spoilers reveal who made it to the final three—though not who actually won the race.
The Amazing Race season 30 began filming midday today in New York City, not with all-star or returning teams, though you may recognize some of them.
Amazing Race season 30 will happen, as CBS has given a late renewal to the reality competition, which did not air or film its typical two seasons this year.