Bear Grylls is on a quest to crown the hardest group of survivalists.
Tv’s most traveled wilderness explorer is as soon as once more hitting the rugged terrain in an thrilling new reality competition collection, “World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji.”
Government produced by “Survivor” creator Mark Burnett for Amazon Prime Video, “World’s Toughest Race” is hosted by Grylls, 46, and can see 66 groups from 30 nations as “they race nonstop for 11 days, 24 hours a day, throughout tons of of miles of harsh Fijian terrain full with mountains, jungles and oceans,” the community mentioned in a press launch on Wednesday.
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Filmed final fall in Fiji, the 10-episode journey collection is a battle to the end for 330 rivals – who kind groups of 5, together with 4 racers and an assistant crew member – nonetheless, the best challenges aren’t the competing groups, however the unforgiving 671 kilometers of terrain that stands between all these competing and the end line.
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Premiering in additional than 200 nations and territories worldwide, viewers will see the boundaries of human bodily and psychological endurance examined like by no means earlier than.
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The “Man vs Wild” and “Running Wild” star is a part of the award-winning govt producing group, which additionally brings “The Biggest Loser” producer, Lisa Hennessy, in addition to “The Amazing Race” producer, Eric Van Wagenen, into the fold.
“World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji” is slated to mark its journey this August 14 on Amazon Prime Video.