'The Challenge: All Stars' Reignites Past Feuds & Comedians Try Cooking On 'Fast Foodies' | CPTV

From tough physical competitions on The Challenge: All Stars, to cooking fails on Fast Foodies, here is your reality TV fix! ⬇️


'The Challenge: All Stars' Premieres 🎬

Paramount+ is bringing back 22 fan favorites for one epic competition on The Challenge: All Stars!

The returning competitors are attempting to redeem themselves and fight to be the greatest of all time.

"The common denominator is we're gonna have a really really good time," Derrick Kosinksi said.

Along with the desire to be the greatest Challenge competitor, the winner of the spin-off wins half a million dollars!

"We know each other, we're family. We're more than just friends and you are put in a position where you have to do things to each other," Jisela Delgaldo said.

"We're going to have to turn on each other and that's the hardest, most gut-wrenching part about this game," Kosinki said.

The Challenge: All Stars is streaming now on Paramount+.

'Fast Foodies' Concludes 🍔

After a hilarious first season, Fast Foodies is officially concluding with a delicious finale.

"Guilty pleasures and fast foods just span such a large gambit for different people. It was fun to see what they threw at us. It's the food competition show we needed for 2021," Justin Sutherland said.

On the new show, comedians and food experts come together in the kitchen to upgrade fast food into tasty cuisine!

"Every one of our guests has a comedy background of some kind, they're very quick," Kristen Kish said.
"Personalities just worked really well, because each one of them genuinely loves fast food and the item that they brought," Jeremy Ford said.

You can watch the season finale of Fast Foodies April 15th on truTV!

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