All good things must come to an end. It’s coming up on the final blowout of the hit Discovery series BATTLEBOTS. This season, 60 teams from across the globe converged for the hard-hitting, steel splitting tournament in combat robotics. But only the top can survive and walk away with the preeminent prize in robotic sport: The Giant Nut. The competition is down to the final eight bots and it’s an all-out robotic battle royale for the BattleBots World Championship. The season finale of BATTLEBOTS airs Thursday, March 11 at 8PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel.

It could be anyone’s game as this year’s tournament winds down. Each of the final matches will consist of two remote-controlled robots competing in a single, three-minute round with the goal to destroy or disable their opponent. If there is no knockout during the battle, a panel of judges will declare a victor. The World Championship tournament is a single elimination competition that culminates in the award of The Giant Nut.


Discovery Channel // Season: 11
Fast and strong homemade robots face off in battles until one is declared the champion.

Can’t get enough of the BattleBots action? Be sure to check out BATTLEBOTS: BOUNTY HUNTERS streaming now on discovery+. The top robot challengers from across America will face off in a battle of the Legends including Tombstone, Bronco, Witch Doctor, Son of Whyachi, Beta and Icewave. Each of the them have many knockouts and have smashed countless competitors before them. In each episode, challengers will compete for the right to become the Bounty Hunter and fight a Legend. The prize: a unique place in BattleBots history, and the major share of a $25,000 cash prize payout in every episode.

BattleBots: Bounty Hunters

Discovery+ // Season: 2
Robots compete for the right to fight a "BattleBots" legend in ultimate robot combat, vying for a place in "BattleBots" ...

In addition to watching the season finale of BATTLEBOTS on Discovery Channel and BATTLEBOTS: BOUNTY HUNTERS on discovery+, viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #BattleBots and following Discovery on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.