Thanks to COVID-19, things have been slow. Shows have been postponed because filming isn’t safe right now and international travel is restricted. Mark Long has proposed an MTV spinoff filmed in the USA featuring only Old School cast members instead of athletes or “celebrities.” Now, the concept is more than just an idea. Mark is trying to find interest from old school cast members and … Continue reading Mark Long Calls for Old School Only Challenge
On The Challenge, you punch someone and you’re gone. As we saw this week, spitting won’t get you the same punishment. In fact, The Challenge has been quite inconsistent with their acts of violence. While some instances get punished, others just get a slap on the wrist. These physical alternations fall into the gray zone. They’re clearly not acceptable, but they’re also not ground for … Continue reading 11 Gray Zone Instances of Violence on The Challenge
Want to win The Challenge: Total Madness? You’ll also need to win an elimination. Throughout history, The Challenge has had many people battle their way to victory. They’ve also had a lot of people get to the final without seeing a single elimination. Some of these people got crazy lucky, and some people were just lay-ups. Other people never had to risk their games in … Continue reading Ten Best Competitors Who Never Saw An Elimination
In the middle years of The Challenge, there were a lot of big names who never quite got a gold medal. One of the more notable names is Jenn Grijalva, an alumnae from Real World: Denver. She quickly became notable for her feisty attitude and ability to perform. While she had a few notable successes on field, she had just as many disappointments. Over the … Continue reading Jenn Grijalva: One of the Best or Worst?
In The Challenge world, season 30 was a spectacle. It was a marking of the show’s success and a sign of its longevity. Just ten seasons earlier, when the show hit seasons twenty, the milestone was ignored. Season 20 gave us the theme “Cutthroat.” It was a unique theme, and one that’s beloved by many longterm fans. Despite the lasting impact, the season was somewhat … Continue reading Cutthroat: One of the Best or Worst Seasons?
The Real World is officially back… on Facebook Watch this time. While the season is simply called “Real World Atlanta,” that does not pay respect to the 32 prior seasons of the show. That is a lot of history and a lot of people have viewed the show over the years. Here is my ranking of all thirty-two prior seasons. This is clearly biased, but I do … Continue reading All Thirty Two Real World Seasons Ranked
Earlier this year, a group of Challenge champions gathered in Universal Studios Hollywood to film a special competition. Fans have been wondering when it would air, and we finally have a date: May 22nd. It appears this special will be airing during the War of the Worlds final, likely during the commercial breaks. Six competitors arrived, plus Devyn who will be the post. Darrell and … Continue reading Challenge Champions Reunite For Special Airing May 22nd
Six prior Challenge champions have been spotted at Universal Studios filming a mini-special according to Vevmo. This special is likely akin to the prior Universal Specials we’ve seen in the past. One with Hunter, Leroy, Cara Maria, and Jemmye and one with Shane, Ashley K., Zach, and Laurel. For those who are unfamiliar, these specials are usually inserted prior to commercial breaks during the evening. … Continue reading Various Challenge Champions Filming Challenge Special
It wasn’t too long ago that Rivals 2 was gracing our TV screen. The blog even existed during the airing of that season, so it seems very recent to me. But it was actually five years ago, and it has been long enough to see the impact this season had on The Challenge. To fully understand the impact of Rivals 2 we will have to … Continue reading Game Changers: Rivals 2
Right where we left off! For the Stars, Josh and Michelle relied on a coin toss, and picked Justina as their final teammate. For the Champs, Bananas and Emily picked CT. The Final: There were five stages. First was a balance beam obstacle course, won by the Champs. Second was a jumping and ducking competition around revolving beams, won by the Champs. Third was a … Continue reading Champs Vs. Stars: Episode 8 MVPs.
The Purge is here! With 13 people here, only 6 will survive. The Challenge: Sink or Swim. This is an underwater obstacle course, fastest male and female time from each team will advance, The five obstacles include untying a knot, navigating though tights spaces, and a 14 foot dive. For the Champs, Bananas and Emily have the fastest times. For the Stars, Josh and Michelle … Continue reading Champs Vs. Stars: MVPs from Episode 7
After an offensive and potentially dangerous evening, we saw the most shocking Camilinator appearance yet. While Camila was forced to stay in a hotel, which I believe the first time we’ve ever seen that on a Challenge, she was able to return to the house and continue with the game. Many fans are outraged, claiming Camila’s behavior warranted her departure from the competition. In regards … Continue reading Why Wasn’t Camila Kicked Off?