Is ‘The Challenge: All Stars’ Coming Back for Season 2?

There’s just one episode left of “The Challenge: All Stars” along with the reunion show, however followers are already questioning if there will likely be a second season of the extraordinarily widespread spinoff show that includes legends and OGs of the show, lots of whom have not been on a season in over a decade.

The show, which streams solely on Paramount Plus, hasn’t but been renewed for a second season, nevertheless it appears as if there may be particular curiosity from cast and manufacturing alike. Bunim/Murray President Julie Pizzi, who’s an govt producer, advised Us Weekly that the show really went from eight episodes to 9 as a result of that they had a lot content material from the finale.

She added, “We nonetheless have a variety of cast members that we’ve not tapped into that wish to do the show. My guess is that we’ll proceed that for a short while. Then we’d open it up as we go together with success.” It’s not unusual for the subsequent season of “The Challenge” to be introduced solely after the present one has completed airing.

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Pizzi Said Over 100 ‘Real World’ & ‘Road Rules’ Cast Members Have Reached Out About Being on a 2nd Season

Pizzi stated there can be no challenge discovering cast members for future “All Stars” seasons as over 100 “Real World” and “Road Rules” alumni have reached out concerning the show. “We have over 100 previous Real World or Road Rules gamers which are concerned about doing one other cycle,” she said. “People have reached out to us. It is, like, a wealth of nice personalities which are prepared to do it, as a result of they thought it appeared like a variety of enjoyable.”

She defined that they labored laborious to make the “All Stars” spinoff totally different than the common “Challenge” reveals and leaned into the comedy and nostalgia facet for the spinoff.

Kendal Sheppard, who received the one numbered “Challenge” season she appeared on, “The Inferno,” got here again to “All Stars” regardless of her busy schedule as a mom of three and hospice nurse. She made an ideal impression on followers and confirmed that she’s a robust competitor. She lately revealed she’d “positively” come again if she received the chance.

“I really feel like I simply form of discovered my groove,” she advised Us Weekly. “So, by the tip, I used to be actually loving it. That’s the place I feel I’d begin from subsequent time. I’d hope.”

Mark Long, Who Kickstarted the Movement for the Spinoff, Revealed His Goal Would Be to Have a ‘Superbowl’ of ‘The Challenge’

Mark Long was the true founding father of the “We Want OGs” motion that ultimately grew into “The Challenge: All Stars,” though alongside the best way he switched from producer to cast member. He stated his imaginative and prescient for the spinoff show is to ultimately see “All Stars” cast members face off in opposition to the newer rivals on the common show.

In an interview with Heavy, Long defined, “This is my imaginative and prescient. [We knock] out most likely 5 or 6 [All Star] seasons after which it will culminate with nearly just like the Super Bowl of OG’s versus newer show cast members. And will probably be the most-watched show in actuality competitors historical past.”

He stated whereas cast members love the “All Stars” format partly due to the shorter and extra accomodating filming schedule, he can be prepared to shoot the “Superbowl” show for various weeks to get the season performed.”We will all go for the total size of time and we’ll see who’s the perfect of the perfect,” he stated.



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