Having a team Challenge for the first time in ages is bound to introduce some changes. But, there is one element to the War of the Worlds 2 format that doesn’t seem to make sense: the Tribunal. Similar to the Tribunal on the first War of the Worlds or the Troika on Vendettas, the Tribunal has the power of picking a competitor for elimination. Unlike … Continue reading The Tribunal is the Most Useless Part of War of the Worlds 2
Laurel is gone. Wes is gone. Are the viewers staying? Episode 5 was viewed by 604,000 people and received a 0.36 rating in the 18-49 demographic. It was the fifth highest rated cable show of the evening. This is a big dip, but I’m going to give the show some leeway as it was competing against the Survivor premier and the Big Brother finale. Hopefully … Continue reading War of the Worlds 2: Episode 5 Ratings
Ninja’s back, and she won’t stop talking about karma. 1. Civil War We start the episode with Team US in shambles. Now that Laurel is gone, the speaker at the Tribunal is a controversial subject. One one side we have Bananas, Leroy, Nany, Jordan, and Tori. On the other we have Cara Maria, Ninja, Paulie, Kam, and Ashley. A couple of players lie in the … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 5
Team USA has no rookies on it this season. Everyone has at least on Challenge under their belts, but a few people only have one. Josh, Ninja, and Faith returned to War of the Worlds 2 to compete in their second season. Faith left and Ninja had to compete to survive this week. Meanwhile, Josh has managed to get some power and make a few … Continue reading Has Josh Ruined His Game on War of the Worlds 2?
This week we saw two of the strongest girls face each other in elimination: Ninja vs. Laurel. Like many of the “epic” eliminations in Challenge history, something controversial happened. Something happened to detracted from the intended competition and as a result, the victory is questionable. What We Saw Laurel and Ninja competed in Branched Out. A climbing competition where competitors are given 21 pegs to climb … Continue reading Laurel vs. Ninja: Did Ninja Deserve the Win?
Ratings are going up and down. Will the yo-yo continue? Episode 4 was viewed by 718,000 people and received a 0.42 rating in the 18-49 demographic. It was the fifth highest rated cable show of the evening. A drop from last week. Not awful, but not the right movement. Continue reading War of the Worlds 2: Episode 4 Ratings
Prepare to get fired up. 1. Running the Game The challenge is called Relic Runner. Teams must run up a hill and deposit relics without the relic touching the ground. Each competitor has two relics, and if a relic touches the ground the player must start over. While this happens, the opposing team is able to spray their opponents with a fire hose, throw balls, … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 4