LOS ANGELES — For the first time in “The Amazing Race” history, teams travel to Yerevan, Armenia, where an express pass is on the line for the winner of the leg. The show from Armenia will be broadcasting on Friday, April 1.
The CBS Emmy Award-winning reality/competition show from Armenia will involve climbing an extreme amount of stairs at the cascade, which is going to exhaust quite a few teams as they try their best to figure out how to properly handle this, search for clues at the Yerevan Opera Theater, weave a marked section of a carpet, bake lavash breads, something mechanical is also involved.
“The Amazing Race” is an American reality competition show in which teams race around the world. The race is split into roughly twelve legs, interspersed with physical and mental challenges, and requires teams to deduce clues, navigate themselves in foreign areas, interact with locals, perform physical and mental challenges, using various transportation modes, including airplanes, hot air balloons, helicopters, trucks, bicycles, taxicabs, cars, trains, buses, boats, and by foot.