Last week’s ratings were strong, but now Bear is gone. Episode 11 was viewed by 763,000 people and received a rating of 0.46 in the 18-49 demographic. This is a dip from last week, and I was worried Bear leaving would hurt ratings. However, the show was also competing against the NBA Playoffs, so that probably hurt the show the most. Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Episode 11 Ratings
Bear is gone, so now Wes needs to set is target elsewhere. 1. Namibian Drift This week’s challenge is named Highway to Hell and players need to solve a slider puzzle on top of a moving car. They have three minutes, and the car is drifting for the entire time. Dee goes first and finishes quickly, though most people finish. Perhaps the guys are taking … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments From Episode 11
After ten weeks on The Challenge, Bear’s debut run has come to an end. Coming into the show, he was one of the biggest names coming from the UK and apparently received a hefty paycheck just for showing up. To my surprised, he was actually pretty good. Perhaps not the best Challenger, but he became known for gloating after doing well. While this may be … Continue reading Will Bear Become the Next Challenge Great?
Ten episodes in, and it seems like Wes, Turbo, and Paulie are getting all the praise this season. After winning his second elimination of the season, Kyle seems to be doing really well this season. Perhaps he was underestimated at the beginning of the season because he was overshadowed by Mattie, but it seems like he’s secretly a huge threat on his own. Coming into … Continue reading Is Kyle on Track to Win War of the Worlds?
Last week the show’s rating took a dip. Are people excited to tune in again now that the game is individual? Episode 10 was viewed by 932,000 people and received a rating of 0.54 in the 18-49 demographic. Still the #1 cable show of the night, and a rebound from last week! Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Episode 10 Ratings
It’s time for the singles! 1. Hurricane Season The challenge is named Fandemonium and TJ brought out his hurricane fans for this one. Each competitor has five minutes to run up a hallway and deposit as many balls as possible into the specified area. The catch? They’re running toward the hurricane fans the produce winds up to 120 miles per hour. This simulates a category … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds: Top Moments from Episode 10
At the very end of this week’s episode, TJ announced a twist: There are no more team! For some players, they’re now in a great position. For others, their game just became a lot harder. Here is a ranking of the players, from those whose position got much better to those whose position got much worse. Much Better Position Ninja Ninja’s biggest asset in this … Continue reading No More Teams! Who’s In a Better or Worse Position?