The Amazing Race 34 Spoilers: Will An Unconventional New Twist Create Havoc?
The Amazing Race is now mere hours away from the premiere episode and TAR fans couldn’t be more excited. And with that, more information is being leaked about the race that is starting for the first time outside of the United States, in Munich, Germany.
The premiere is Wednesday, September 21st in an all-new time slot at 10:00 PM ET/PT.
The Amazing Race Spoilers – When In Germany!
Due to COVID, teams flew to Munich, Germany by a chartered airline. When they were on their way to the starting line for the 34th season of The Amazing Race, they had no idea where they were going.
Descending a water flume, being seated on a log has been the highlight of Oktoberfest for many decades. And this season, the twelve teams go on a ride of their life in a very large log flume ride. Derek, one of the racers can be heard shouting “are there no seatbelts,” as they plunge downwards.
Nymphenburg Palace, in Munich, Germany, served as a summer residence for the Electors and Kings of Bavaria in the 18th century and is the starting line for the 34th season of TAR.
Phil tells the teams that Munich is part of the largest beer festival in the world, Oktoberfest and they are about to be a part of Munich history. All the teams introduce each other and then Phil tells them there is a lot of race to cover, and they have to get started.
The Amazing Race Updates – A Lot Of Firsts
This is the first time ever they have started outside of the United States. They can complete the challenges on the first leg of the race in any order they want to, it’s called a scramble, and teams are excited. And, for the first time in Amazing Race history, there are no non-elimination legs. If they arrive last, they will be eliminated, they are no second chances, it is do or die. Now, teams can do the challenges in any order they want. Phil tells them that on his go, to grab their backpacks there will be three addresses inside for the challenges. It will be interesting to see what strategy each team uses to make their choice. Will they choose where they are located, close to far? Or, will they choose the difficulty, easy to hard? Definitely adds a little chaos and unpredictability to the race as each team won’t know what the other is doing.
This new twist adds a possibility of a team getting lost, can’t wait for the season to begin!
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[…] This season the race’s starting point was outside the United States for the first time in history, it began in Munich, Germany. Phil also announced before the teams took off on the first leg that there were no non-elimination legs, and there was a game-changing element in the first leg, the three challenges were being “scrambled.” This meant that the teams were the ones who got to choose which challenge they thought was strategically the best to do in whichever order they choose. […]
[…] COVID really affected the race but they were able to resume season 33, and like the world, TAR had to put a lot of safety measures in place to make sure that the racers’ health and well-being were at the forefront of importance. Kim and Penn Holderness, internet personalities, were thrilled that the race resumed, they actually arrived first at the finish line and won the season. They made TAR history by being the oldest racers to win the race. […]
[…] Derek and Claire are Big Brother alum, they met when they were competing on the 23rd season and although they didn’t have a showmance inside the house, it didn’t take long for them to realize when they were in the jury house, that there were really strong feelings for each other. The two were on the BB season with the Cookout and unfortunately, not being a part of that alliance, didn’t have a chance to win. Derek was perceived as a big threat in the BB house and got backdoored in the seventh week. Two weeks later, Claire followed. […]