Reportedly, filming for Paramount+ new reality TV competition series, The Challenge: CBS, is slated to begin soon. In Feb. 2022, CBS and Paramount+ announced its rollout for American and international versions of The Challenge to air on the streaming service in respective markets culminating in the winners competing against each other for the ultimate title in global series, The Challenge: War of the Worlds.
‘The Challenge: CBS’ spoilers claim filming will begin soon
According to popular spoiler PinkRose, the first season of CBS’ version of The Challenge is scheduled to begin filming shortly. The account reports that the rumored cast will fly to Argentina, the filming location, the weekend of March 11.
While CBS hasn’t confirmed the competitors yet and some listed reality stars are alternates in case someone else can’t perform, here are the fan-favorites the spoiler account claims have left for Argentina.
The cast reportedly includes ‘Big Brother’, ‘Survivor’, and ‘Amazing Race’ winners
Enzo Palumbo (Big Brother 12, season 22 runner-up)
Christmas Abbott (Big Brother 19, 22)
Angela Rummans (Big Brother 20)
Alyssa Lopez (Big Brother 23)
Azah Awasum (Big Brother 23)
Derek Xiao (Big Brother 23)
Kyland Young (Big Brother 23)
Tiffany Mitchell (Big Brother 23)
Xavier Prather (Big Brother 23 winner)
Kyra Green (Love Island USA 1)
Cely Vazquez (Love Island USA 2 runner-up)
Justine Ndiba (Love Island 2 winner)
Cashay Proudfoot (Love Island 3)
Cinco Holland Jr. (Love Island 3)
Korey Gandy (Love Island 3 winner)
Olivia Kaiser (Love Island 3 winner)
Shannon St. Claire (Love Island 3)
Javonny Vega (Love Island 3)
Josh Goldstein (Love Island 3)
Tyson Apostol (Survivor 18, 20, 40, season 27 winner)
Sarah Lacina (Survivor 28, 40, season 34 winner)
Tasha Fox (Survivor 28, season 31 runner-up)
Ben Driebergen (Survivor 35 winner, season 40)
Desi Williams (Survivor 35)
Domenick Abbate (Survivor 36 runner-up)
Danny McCray (Survivor 41)
Shantel Smith (Survivor 41)
Leo Temory (Amazing Race 23)
James Wallington (Amazing Race 32 winner)
Cayla Lee (Amazing Race 33 runner-up)
It’s currently unclear if MTV’s The Challenge host T.J. Lavin will host the new series or if the new franchise will include a different entertainer for the job.
‘The Challenge: CBS’ winner will face off for the international title
In Feb. 2022, Paramount+ and CBS announced its plans to renew several reality TV series, including RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars and The Real World: Homecoming.
Additionally, it revealed the May 11 premiere date for The Challenge: All Stars 3.
The streaming giant also unfolded a new project that included its version of the long-running MTV competition series, The Challenge: CBS, in which memorable reality stars from its lineups will face off for the title.
Paramount+ will also take it internationally, launching it in Argentina, Australia, and the United Kingdom for those markets. After winners are determined from each, they will battle for the grand prize and international title in another new global reality competition series from Paramount+, The Challenge: War of the Worlds.