Amazing Race Season 34: CBS Renewed It For Another Season?


Even as the reality television industry has resumed filming in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, one show has unfortunately been forced to take a temporary hiatus. The Amazing Race kicked off its 33rd season in early 2020 before being forced to halt operations due to the spread of COVID-19 in the world. So, when will the Emmy-winning reality show return to its original airing schedule? Here’s everything we know so far about the situation.

About Amazing Race

Phil Keoghan serves as the host of the Amazing Race television show, which airs on the CBS television network. The competition consists of 11 pairs of competitors who will race around the world in pursuit of a million-dollar prize. In season 33, the globe-trotting teams began their journey in January 2020, had to take a break during the pandemic (which was the longest pit-stop in show history), and returned in Fall 2021 to continue their journey. As part of their journey, they stop in cities such as London and Scotland as well as Switzerland, France, Greece, Portugal, and Los Angeles. Akbar Cook Sr. and Sheridan Cook, Anthony Sadler and Spencer Stone, Arun Kumar and Natalia Kumar, Caro Viehweg and Ray Gantt, Connie and Sam, Kim and Penn, Marianela “Lulu” and Marissa “Lala,” Michael Norwood and Armonde “Moe” Badger, Raquel Moore and Cayla Platt, Ryan Ferguson and Dusty Harris, and Taylor Green-Jones and Isaiah Green-Jones are among the

Amazing Race Season 34 Released Date: Canceled or Renewed

Amazing Race Season 34 Released Date
Amazing Race Season 34 Released Date

As of March 3, 2022, The Amazing Race has still not been canceled or renewed for a 34th season, despite widespread speculation to the contrary. Keep an eye out for further developments.

Amazing Race Season 34 Cast

As the previous season, the following are the names of the competitors who competed in the 33rd season of The Amazing Race:

  • Marianela “Lulu” and Marissa “Lala”
  • Michael Norwood and Armonde “Moe” Badger
  • Raquel Moore and Cayla Platt
  • Ryan Ferguson and Dusty Harris
  • Taylor Green-Jones and Isaiah Green-Jones.
  • Akbar Cook Sr. and Sheridan Cook
  • Anthony Sadler and Spencer Stone
  • Arun Kumar and Natalia Kumar
  • Caro Viehweg and Ray Gantt
  • Connie and Sam
  • Kim and Penn

Who won The Amazing Race 33?

Kim and Penn Holderness were not only the season’s most experienced team, but they were also the most consistent. In the final leg, they fell to second place early on, but never managed to get out of sight of the front-running team. Kim’s picture-perfect attention to detail during the final memory task provided them with the final boost they needed to charge ahead and, to their surprise, emerge as the season’s winners.

Amazing Race Season 33 Ratings

The Amazing Race’s 33rd season averages a 0.59 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.67 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. This represents a decrease of 13 percent in the demo and an increase of 6 percent in viewership in the live plus same-day ratings when compared to season 32. (including DVR playback through 3:00 AM). While these numbers do not account for additional delayed or streaming viewing, they are an excellent indicator of how a show is performing, particularly when compared to other shows on the same channel. In addition to ratings, there may be other economic considerations that influence the fate of a show, but in general, the higher-rated series are renewed and the lower-rated ones are canceled. Find out how The Amazing Race compares to other CBS television shows by watching the video below.

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The Amazing Race season 33 trailer

After all, The Amazing Race celebrated its twentieth season premiere in September 2001 in 2021. However, with no new episodes broadcast, the reality program will utilize season 33 as their official commemoration of their more than two-decade run on television. The teaser for The Amazing Race season 33 features many memorable moments from the show’s history, as well as a sneak peek at some of the difficulties that the new batch of contestants will have to face this season. Here’s where you can see a trailer Preview:



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