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Lower age limit plzplzplzplzplzplzplzplz.I NEED to get on TARAus. My life will not be complete until this happens.
Quote from: racer on October 22, 2013, 07:16:32 AMLower age limit plzplzplzplzplzplzplzplz.I NEED to get on TARAus. My life will not be complete until this happens.When racer dies on RFF for one month, we will know where he will be <3
THE AMAZING RACE AUSTRALIA is looking for ordinary people ready for the most extraordinary adventure of their lives.Seven has announced the return of the hugely popular reality series, which has seen previous winners walk away with $250,000 prize money.Teams of two will crisscross the globe in a fast-paced and unrelenting race around the world, unsure of what challenges lie ahead. Along the way they’ll confront fears, experience new cultures and make lifelong friends.For further information and to apply, visit yahoo7.com.au/amazingrace from midday today.Applications close on Wednesday, December 18, 2013.THE AMAZING RACE AUSTRALIA is a Disney format and will be produced in-house by Seven.The previous two series have been a huge hit with audiences and critics alike with the most recent awarded an International Emmy.
Disney format? :S
It’s great to see Seven is returning to The Amazing Race Australia, something many readers have been campaigning for over an extensive period.Both Aussie seasons were as good as anything the US has served up -a rarity in local adaptations.But there will be some subtle changes to the new season with Seven producing the series in-house.That means activeTV, which won the International Emmy Award for the second season, is not on board. That’s a shame given they have produced a Philippine version, a Ukrainian version, an Israeli version, helped out on two American series, consulted on a Vietnamese version and is planning another in Asia.Rights holders Disney and co-creator Bertram van Munster are loyal to Seven given the network’s long association with the brand, so presumably they have faith in Seven’s own team. No doubt Grant Bowler will be high on the host wishlist if he is available.There will also be a twist this season, which Mediaweek reports is a “race within a race” -Australia vs. NZ competitors. If you remember back to earlier seasons of MKR, we’ve previously seen Kiwis brought in to take on Aussies in Seven shows.Applications for teams of two open from midday today if you wish to apply: yahoo7.com.au/amazingraceThey close on Wednesday, December 18, 2013.
Ew. It's going to be crap now. (Not your fault Kiwis) I truly believe 7 is going to spend no money at all on this
If we didn't rip off Jig or Pig we wouldn't have had Hunners flashing the entirety of the Philippines
I'll only be 20. Darn it, what is the deal with 21 age limit? Is it because of restrictions overseas or what?
No. Sadly I have to wait I guess, or be cheeky and say to them about the 19-20 year olds on the U.S version when it is also a 21-age limit race.
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