Bear Grylls to host reality show World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji on Amazon Prime Video; see trailer

The show will see 66 teams from 30 countries, racing for 11 days straight across the harsh Fijian terrain covered with mountains, ocean, and jungles.

FP Staff June 25, 2020 18:39:13 IST
Bear Grylls to host reality show World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji on Amazon Prime Video; see trailer

British adventurer Bear Grylls is joining a new reality competition series World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, which will be streamed on digital entertainment streaming service Amazon Prime Video.

According to Fox News, the Mark Burnett created show will be hosted by the 46-year-old explorer.

Watch the trailer

The competition reality show will see 66 teams from 30 countries, racing for 11 days straight across the harsh Fijian terrain covered with mountains, ocean, and jungles.

The show was filmed in Fiji previously and will have 10-power packed episodes.

The Amazon Prime Video-based series will premiere in over 200 countries across the world. It is slated to release on the streaming service on 14 August.

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