Netflix will debut a second 10-episode season of its extreme international competition show Ultimate Beastmaster this Friday, December 15.
There will be several changes of note. Former NFL player and sports commentator Tiki Barber and comedian Chris DiStefano will serve as US co-hosts, replacing Terry Crews. Also, the US team will face-off against teams from five new participating countries – Spain, France, Italy, China and India. Season one participants included Brazil, Germany, Japan, Mexico and South Korea.
Ultimate Beastmaster pits elite athletes against each other in a contest “that will exhaust their physical and mental stamina and push them to their breaking points.”
The show consists of six customized local versions featuring local languages, competitors and hosts from each country.
During each hour-long episode, 12 competitors, two per country, will run “one of the most physically demanding obstacle courses ever devised, The Beast.” Each episode will crown a ‘beastmaster,’ and the nine ‘beastmasters’ will face off in the final episode to become the “Ultimate Beastmaster”. More than 100 athletes will compete.
In season one, Brazil’s Felipe Camargo defeated South Korea’s Heeyong Park to become Ultimate Beastmaster. Here are the complete results for each episode.
Sylvester Stallone of Rocky and Rambo fame, along with Dave Broome, who executive-produced fitness shows The Biggest Loser and Strong, are co-producers.
To learn more, visit Netflix.
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