The Challenge: All Stars Series Premiere

When does "The Challenge: All Stars" start on Paramount+? Will The Challenge: All Stars be a successful show? Who is in the cast? Where to watch trailer & more. In this post, we have summarized everything we know so far about the new Paramount+ series.

What Is The Challenge: All Stars About?

The Challenge: All Stars, coming soon to Paramount+, will feature 22 of the most iconic, bold, and fierce Challenge players to compete on MTV’s long-running series. The men and women will hail from The Real World and Road Rules, and these recognizable names have been selected to return for a second chance at the ultimate competition.

The players have history, but when relationships are the key to survival in this game, will these legends be able to form new bonds and alliances? Or will their pasts lead to their demise? Which of these All Stars will prove they are still the best of the best?

Paramount+, the streaming service from ViacomCBS, and MTV Entertainment Studios, today announced that THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS will debut exclusively on Thursday, April 1. The brand new limited series features twenty-two of the most iconic, boldest, and fiercest Challenge All Stars from the original Real World and Road Rules, returning for a chance at the ultimate competition as they vie for their shot at the $500,000 grand prize. The nine-episode season will drop weekly, exclusively on Paramount+.

Hosted by TJ Lavin, THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS will follow competitors as they face unprecedented, over-the-top challenges set in the Andes Mountains of Argentina. The Paramount+ original series welcomes back many of the greatest reality titans the franchise has ever seen, including some who haven’t competed in more than two decades.

Meet the THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS contestants:

· Ace Amerson – 4 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Alton Williams – 4 Challenges, 1 win (NO SOCIAL)

· Aneesa Ferreira – 14 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Arissa Hill – 1 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Beth Stolarczyk – 7 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Darrell Taylor – 9 Challenges, 5 wins (Twitter / Instagram)

· Derrick Kosinski – 10 Challenges, 3 wins (Twitter / Instagram)

· Eric “Big Easy” Banks – 6 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Jemmye Carroll – 7 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Jisela Delgado – 3 Challenges (Instagram)

· Jonna Mannion – 5 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Katie Cooley – 9 Challenges, 1 win (Twitter / Instagram)

· KellyAnne Judd – 4 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Kendal Sheppard – 1 Challenge, 1 win (Twitter / Instagram)

· Laterrian Wallace – 3 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Mark Long – 6 Challenges, 2 wins (Twitter / Instagram)

· Nehemiah Clark – 4 Challenges, 1 win (Twitter / Instagram)

· Ruthie Alcaide – 4 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Syrus Yarbrough – 5 Challenges, 1 win (Twitter / Instagram)

· Teck Holmes – 1 Challenge (Twitter / Instagram)

· Trishelle Cannatella – 4 Challenges (Twitter / Instagram)

· Yes Duffy – 3 Challenges, 1 win (Twitter / Instagram)

This season will also bring fans THE CHALLENGE: AFTERMATH, an inside look at all the behind the scenes dirt from the challenges, eliminations and drama. These exclusive after shows, hosted by Challenge veteran Devyn Simone, will be available to stream on Paramount+ and on The Challenge YouTube channel.

Multiple seasons of THE CHALLENGE are available on Paramount+, along with the currently streaming original six-part docuseries, THE REAL WORLD HOMECOMING: NEW YORK.

This spring, fans can also tune into THE CHALLENGE: DOUBLE AGENTS every Wednesday at 8PM ET/PT on MTV. The 36th season of THE CHALLENGE continues to dominate Wednesday night cable, ranking #1 in its time period (P18-49).

THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS was created for MTV by Bunim/Murray Productions. Julie Pizzi, Justin Booth and Mark Long serve as Executive Producers, and Jack Reifert as Co-Executive Producer. Diego Amson and Shawn Viens serve as Supervising Producers. Dan Caster and Leanne Mucci serve as Executive Producers with Jared March as Supervising Producer for MTV and Donny Herran as SVP of Production.

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The Challenge: All Stars Season 1 Release Date

The Challenge: All Stars Season 1 release date is announced by Paramount+.
The Challenge: All Stars Season 1 Premiere Date — ✔️ April 1, 2021
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The Challenge: All Stars Season 1 Trailer

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