'The Challenge: All Stars' Sets Cast, Premiere Date on Paramount Plus
The Challenge: All Stars is coming to Paramount+!
In just a matter of weeks, the stacked cast of returning Challenge favorites — including 10 former winners — will compete in a special all-star season that will kick off Thursday, April 1, the ViacomCBS streaming service announced Tuesday. The nine-episode season will drop weekly.
The upcoming reality competition, being dubbed a “limited series,” features 22 of the “most iconic, boldest and fiercest” Challenge alum from the original Real World and Road Rules, returning for the chance to become the ultimate All Star and win the $500,000 grand prize. Some of the returning players haven’t competed on The Challenge in more than 20 years.
Hosted by TJ Lavin, The Challenge: All Stars follows competitors as they face “unprecedented, over-the-top challenges” in the Andes Mountains of Argentina.
Here are the 22 challengers competing in All Stars:
Ace Amerson – 4 Challenges
Alton Williams – 4 Challenges, 1 win
Aneesa Ferreira – 14 Challenges
Arissa Hill – 1 Challenge
Beth Stolarczyk – 7 Challenges
Darrell Taylor – 9 Challenges, 5 wins
Derrick Kosinski – 10 Challenges, 3 wins
Eric “Big Easy” Banks – 6 Challenges
Jemmye Carroll – 7 Challenges
Jisela Delgado – 3 Challenges
Jonna Mannion – 5 Challenges
Katie Cooley – 9 Challenges, 1 win
KellyAnne Judd – 4 Challenges
Kendal Sheppard – 1 Challenge, 1 win
Laterrian Wallace – 3 Challenges
Mark Long – 6 Challenges, 2 wins
Nehemiah Clark – 4 Challenges, 1 win
Ruthie Alcaide – 4 Challenges
Syrus Yarbrough – 5 Challenges, 1 win
Teck Holmes – 1 Challenge
Trishelle Cannatella – 4 Challenges
Yes Duffy – 3 Challenges, 1 win
Additionally, Paramount+ will launch The Challenge: Aftermath, which takes viewers behind the scenes from the challenges, eliminations and drama on All Stars. Hosted by Challenge alum Devyn Simone, the after-show will be available to stream on Paramount+ and on The Challenge‘s YouTube channel.
Watch the official trailer for The Challenge: All Stars below.
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