CBS announced the new 11 teams competing on the next season of the hit, The Amazing Race, on Thursday. Big Brother 11′s winner, Jordan Lloyd, and new boyfriend, Jeff Schroeder, will be one among 10 other teams competing for the $1 million grand prize at the finish line. They will be joining a 71 year…Details
Alright folks, those of you that were around pre-BB11 saw, we got many tips and such, many of which proved to be correct. As always, we said to take it with a grain of salt and we’re going to say that now as well.
Through an industry insider who wishes to remain unnamed, but has proven very reliable in the past, we have learned pretty much who is going to be declared the winner of The Amazing Race 15 on the season finale!
So, do you want to know?
You can find out here.Details
The Emmy award winning reality series, The Amazing Race, has seen it’s ups and downs during it’s many seasons but on the November 15th, 2009 episode it hit a big snag in the eyes of many viewers. Join us in our forum to discuss! But let’s set the stage. During a roadblock, which is a task only one team member can perform, the teams were instructed to go to this mysterious building in Estonia. They were sent with a keyring full of keys and instructed that only one key would open the door, but they had to use their key to open it and the keyhole was in a stone wall.
At one point during this task, Sam and Dan, brothers, used another teams key once it was known which key worked, to enter the building, obviously saving them an immeasurable amount of time. Then the Globetrotters team followed another team in, once that team had found which key worked, effectively skipping the assigned task of not even having to go through their keys. This also saved them an immeasurable amount of time.
Meanwhile, the father and son team of Gary and Matt, who placed last in the previous leg and had to do a Speed Bump, while not quite caught up due to that Speed Bump weren’t apparently that far behind unless the CBS editing made it look that way.
Yakksters, the first-ever Yakkity’s Amazing Race is ON and YOU can be a part of it. The first clue has been posted. It’s simple – join the Yak, read the clue and once you think you’ve got the answer, let us know! Join in on the fun as we bring the Amazing Race to YOU…Details
Yakksters, it’s that time again. Sorry for our absence last week, but we’re back! No need to waste space and up the characters in this article. Click below for your Reality Check!
Good evening, Yakksters! I know this is a little late, but you can blame Jarvis Johnson (see below) for wearing me out and making me unable to get this up earlier! With no haste, let’s get started. Click below for your REALITY CHECK and be sure to join us in our forums to discuss these shows and more!Details
Now that Big Brother is sadly over, the forum is buzzing with talk of the Amazing Race! Come on and join us!
STUDIO CITY, Calif. (CBS) ―
My friend/co-worker/favorite two-time Big Brother contestant Diane Henry is one of the smartest people I know; she competed on a CBS show before her employment at the company prohibited her from doing so (and came pretty darn close to winning the coveted $500,000 prize during Season 5, too).
I, on the other hand, am deeply saddened to be ineligible for one of the best reality shows on television: The Amazing Race. With mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer at the helm and jet-lagged contestants competing for $1 million every season, it’s no wonder the primetime hit – which takes viewers around the world from the comfort of their couches – has won all six Outstanding Reality Competition Program awards that have been given.
I recently sat down with host Phil Keoghan and all 12 teams competing on Season 15, which premieres Sunday, Sept. 27, at 8 p.m. on CBS 2. From Harlem Globetrotters to professional poker players, it’s easy to see why these unique contestants were selected. Meet them all:
Maria, 26, and Tiffany, 25
Hometown: Arcadia, Calif./Los Angeles, Calif.
Occupation: Professional Poker Players (Tiffany was the last woman standing at the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2008, an honor Maria held in 2007)
Relationship: Best Friends
Most likely to: play the other contestants
CBS Press Release:
BIGGER PREMIERE, FASTER COURSE,
ONE TEAM GOES HOME BEFORE LEAVING THE STARTING LINE
CBS Announces the 12 Teams Racing in the 15th Installment Of The
Emmy Award-Winning Series “The Amazing Race” Premiering on Sept. 27
CBS today announced the 12 Teams set to compete in THE AMAZING RACE 15, which premieres with a special two-hour episode on Sunday, Sept. 27 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. 2009 Emmy Award nominee, Phil Keoghan, is the host.
Contestants will travel one of the fastest courses ever assembled on the Race — spanning eight countries in just 21 days. Season 15 also features the quickest elimination in the history of the series, sending one Team home before they leave the starting line. Teams fortunate enough to avoid the surprise elimination and compete for the $ 1 million prize will face the “Switchback,” which sends Teams back to the site of one of the series’ most infamous Roadblocks, as well as a surprise appearance by one of America’s most beloved entertainers, a visit to the world’s tallest building and a spicy twist on a Japanese game show.Details
Yakksters! The Amazing Race 15 is just around the corner! CBS has finally released photos and bios of the contestants. Click here to see who we’ll love, hate, and love to hate this season! Come join us in our forums as we get excited for this new season! The Amazing Race premieres Sunday, September 27 @ 8PM on CBS!Details