Back in April, Paramount+ announced a stacked lineup of legendary vets for the third season of THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS, which premiered on Wednesday, May 11 with back-to-back episodes!
For the first time ever, the all-new season required past contestants to have qualified for or won a CHALLENGE final, featuring the franchise’s fiercest competitors from every era of the show.
Produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and Bunim/Murray Productions, THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS reignite old rivalries and spark new ones as these power players navigate a series of grueling challenges and eliminations, along with some unexpected twists and turns from host T.J. Lavin, as they fight to earn the chance to run the Final and take home their share of $500,000.
The Challenge: All Stars has yet to be renewed for a Season 4 with some thinking that Paramount has officially chopped the show. Those rumors are false.
Season 4 is still undecided but there’s a good chance we will see the show return for another season.
A nice amount of Challenge vets were recently invited to the 2022 Video Music Awards. Is this a sign that the show might continue?
THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS was created for MTV Entertainment Studios by Bunim/Murray Productions. Julie Pizzi, Lisa Fletcher, Justin Booth and Mark Long serve as executive producers, and Diego AmsonAbby Bunker, Kris Schwalenberg and Chris RayEric Spagnoletti as co-executive producers. Katie Gallagher and Kristen Bihr serves as supervising producers. Dan Caster and Leanne Mucci serve as executive producers with Jared March as supervising producer for MTV Entertainment Studios and Donny Herran as SVP of pProduction. with Angela Liao as executive in charge of production.