The Amazing Race Season 30 Premiere Live Stream: Watch online

The wait is over The Amazing Race fans. Season 30 of your beloved show is back and airs on CBS tonight. As the past 29 seasons have played out, this season will be filled with drama. Phil Keoghan returns as host as 11 teams race around for $1 million.

The Amazing Race Season 30 premiere’s synopsis is listed below:

Season 30 begins in Washington Square Park in New York City. The 11 teams then fly to Iceland, where they must traverse a massive canyon high above the Geitargljufur River.

Before the action begins on Wednesday night, the fans will meet the racers. Unlike last year’s season, these teams already know each other in some fashion. Despite that, there will be tense moments, times where each player wants to choke out each other, and other defining moments. Yet, knowing your partner helps when it comes to racing around the world.

This show is interesting to watch due to the partner dynamics. Fans get an inside look at the teams’ life. Likewise, each country the players race to brings a unique look at the culture. It’s smart by CBS to send the teams out of the United States. It gets those racing outside their comfort zone and causes them added stress at times.

Furthermore, certain countries’ culture and language barriers present challenges to certain groups, while other pairs breeze through challenges due to their experience with the language or country’s culture. It will be interesting to see who thrives and who struggles in the season opening episode. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another season of The Amazing Race on CBS.

All the information to watch tonight’s Season 30 premiere is listed below. As it has for the previous 29 season, The Amazing Race airs on CBS. It begins at 8 pm and runs for an hour. It can also be streamed on the CBS All Access app or through CBS’ website.

Date: Wednesday, Jan 3
Start time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Episode Title: You’re a Champion, Prove It
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: CBS All Access

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