The Amazing Race season 31 kicked off Sunday (June 10) in California and will feature alums from three CBS reality shows on its teams: Big Brother, Survivor and The Amazing Race.
Host Phil Keoghan posted a video on social media from the starting line in Hermosa Beach, California, which announced the upcoming format.
“We have a reality clash between fierce competitors from three of your favorite shows: Survivor, Big Brother, and The Amazing Race,” said Phil, “Trust me, this is going to be crazy time.”
— The Amazing Race (@AmazingRaceCBS) June 10, 2018
There are spoilers. The new cast features five teams from The Amazing Race in addition to three teams from both Survivor and Big Brother (List via Reality Blurred).
The Amazing Race/Reality Fan Forum has revealed the teams and will be tracking their progress in real time. First stop is Tokyo.
The Amazing Race
- Becca Droz and Floyd Pierce (s29)
- Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl (s28)
- Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran (s23’all-stars)
- Art Velez and John James “JJ” Carrell (s20)
- Colin Guinn and Christie Woods (s5)
- Rachel Reilly (BB12, BB13, TAR 20, and TAR 24) and Elissa Slater (BB15)
- Janelle Pierzina (BB6, BB7, BB14) and Britney Haynes (BB12, BB14)
- Nicole Franzel (BB16 and BB18) and Victor Arroyo (BB18)
- Eliza Orlins (Survivor Vanuatu, Survivor Fans vs. Favorites) and Corinne Kaplan (Survivor Gabon, Survivor Caramoan)
- Rupert Boneham (Survivor Pearl Islands, Survivor All-Stars, Survivor Heroes vs. Villains, and Survivor Blood vs. Water) and Laura Boneham (Survivor Blood vs. Water)
- Chris Hammons and Bret LaBelle (Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X)