The best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video right now (January 2022)
How do you know what TV show is worth your precious binge time? Have no fear, we're here to help. EW has combed all the streaming services for the best shows available on each one to help you narrow down the search for your next binge, and below is a list of the best shows currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
This list has everything from cult classic comedies to procedural dramas to supernatural shows and more, so there's something for everyone. No matter which one you pick, you're guaranteed a solid binge-watching experience. You're welcome, and happy streaming!
*Titles added for winter 2022 are denoted with an asterisk.
This dark and twisted family crime series makes a solid binge — with five seasons of gritty drama, Animal Kingdom hooks you instantly and never lets you go. The TNT series follows the SoCal crime family the Codys led by matriarch Smurf (Ellen Barkin), after her daughter dies of an overdose and her estranged grandson comes to live with them, learning the ins and outs of their illegal activities along the way. It's safe to say this show is as addicting as some of the Codys' favorite activities, if you catch our drift.
Watch Animal Kingdom on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: B (Read the review)
Talent: Ellen Barkin, Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Finn Cole
Related reading: Read EW's series premiere recap
Former CIA officer Joe Weisberg's FX series redefined what it meant to subvert expectations when the espionage period drama debuted and made you root for the Russian spies living in American during the Cold War. Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys starred in The Americans as two Soviet deep-cover agents posing as a married couple, living in Washington, D.C. with their unsuspecting, American-born children. And while their ruthless espionage exploits were fascinating to watch, it was their compelling day-to-day life as a married couple that made this a critical hit.
Watch The Americans on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: No grade (Read the review)
Sometimes it's good to be bad, as evidenced by Showtime drama Billions. Co-created by New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin and set in a post-crash New York City, the series follows a shady hedge fund boss and the U.S. Attorney trying to take him down in a thrilling cat-and-mouse struggle. Seasons 1 through 3 are free for Amazon Prime users, and the rest of the series is available with a Showtime add-on.
Watch Billions on Amazon Prime Video here.
This crime procedural starring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz found the perfect mix of comedy and drama as it followed the unlikely team-up of forensic anthropologist of Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan and FBI special agent Seeley Booth. That's why Bones ran for a whopping 12 seasons on Fox! Creator Hart Hanson based the series off of the very real relationship the FBI has with the scientists at the Smithsonian as Bones and Booth worked together to solve murders — and, of course, grew closer as their working relationship turned into something more. Come for the graphically decaying bodies and science versus faith debates, stay for the sizzling sexual tension between Bones and Booth.
Watch Bones on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: B- (Read the review)
Talent: Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley
This Amazon original series is based on Michael Connelly's best-selling novels, and Connelly brought the onscreen adaptation of Bosch to life as well. Starring Titus Welliver as the titular Harry Bosch, an LAPD homicide detective, the police procedural has debuted six seasons so far, making it a solid binge, and has already been renewed for the seventh and final season.
Watch Bosch on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Michael Connelly, Titus Welliver, Lance Reddick, Sarah Clarke, and Annie Wersching
Related reading: Lancy Reddick picks the perfect episodes of Bosch to binge
Season 2 of The Boys went out with a bang, a whammo, and a kapow, proving in a way that Marvel could never dream that girls do indeed get it done. The superhero dramedy also secured a surprise Outstanding Drama Emmy nomination last year, setting stakes and expectations even higher for season 3. Not to worry, however, as showrunner Eric Kripke has plans to bring a dayslong superhero orgy ripped straight from the extremely graphic novel's pages. And he promises that's not even the craziest thing that happens when season 3 premieres June 3.
Watch The Boys on Amazon Prime Video here.
If the made-for-nerd fantasy world names Rycroft Philostrate and Vignette Stonemoss don't immediately scare you away, then Carnival Row may be the perfect binge for you! This Amazon Prime Video original series stars Orlando Bloom in his first major TV role as well as Cara Delevingne in a show that's equal parts fairytale fantasy, romance, and murder mystery procedural. The first season is streaming now and a second season has been ordered.
Watch Carnival Row on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: B- (Read our review here)
Talent: Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, David Gyasi, Tamzin Merchant, Travis Beacham, and Marc Guggenheim
The Carol Burnett Show
Carol Burnett is one of the most iconic comedians in history, and The Carol Burnett Show, which ran on CBS for 11 years and produced 278 episodes, is her ultimate masterpiece. From all the laughs and ear tugging to the importance of her shattering the glass ceiling with TV's first female-led variety comedy show, watch Burnett make history with this classic series.
Watch The Carol Burnett Show on Amazon Prime Video here.
Related reading: Debra Messing is a huge fan of Carol Burnett
Is there anything like an unexpected pregnancy to bring two relative strangers together? That's the premise of Amazon's much loved if little watched romantic comedy Catastrophe, starring Sharon Hogan and Rob Delaney, who also co-wrote all four seasons of the show. Hogan, a schoolteacher in London, and Delaney, an ad exec in Boston, have a one-week stand which leads to a mass of complications. Originally broadcast by the U.K.'s Channel 4, but exclusive to Amazon in the U.S., Catastrophe earned a number of accolades, including a Peabody nomination, several BAFTA nominations, with Delaney and Hogan winning for their writing in 2016, and two Primetime Emmy nominations. Carrie Fisher, in her last television role, played Delaney's mother Mia.
Watch Catastrophe on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Sharon Hogan, Rob Delaney
Related reading: Is this possibly the best rom-com for people who hate rom-coms?
Another great espionage show worth checking out is Chuck, albeit for very different reasons. Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak's NBC series lands more on the comedy side of the genre spectrum. Starring Zachary Levi in his career-making turn as the nerdy, awkward, IT guy Chuck Bartowski, the cult-classic series begins when he accidentally downloads thousands of encrypted images containing the combined secrets of the CIA and NSA into his brain, making him the most important asset to both government agencies. Watching Chuck evolve from a hapless fish out of water thrown into life-or-death situations into a super spy in his own right is just one of the many joys of this cult classic show. Watching him and his CIA handler Sarah Walker develop feelings for each other is even better.
Watch Chuck on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: B+ (Read the review.)
Talent: Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez, Adam Baldwin, Sarah Lancaster, Ryan McPartlin, Josh Schwartz, Chris Fedak
Related reading: Watch the Chuck cast reunite for a table read of a fan-favorite episode, the creators discuss the potential of a movie revival, and the creators discuss what that series finale ending means
Do, Re & Mi*
This Amazon Prime original animated series is the perfect thing to watch with your young kids. Voice cast Kristen Bell, Jackie Tohn, and Luke Youngblood bring the musical adventures of three best birdie buddies to life with fun original songs that will get your little ones moving and grooving.
Watch Do, Re, Mi on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Kristen Bell, Jackie Tohn, and Luke Youngblood
Amazon Prime Video's first scripted Brazilian serie was inspired by the infamous true story of a father and son on opposite sides of the war on drugs in Rio. Dom follows the father, a military intelligence agent who makes the war on drugs his life's mission, as he witnesses his own son struggle with addiction and emerge as one of the most wanted crime lords: Pedro Dom.
Watch Dom on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Breno Silveira, Gabriel Leone, Flávio Tolezani, Raquel Villar
Created by Julian Fellowes, this period drama charmed British and American viewers equally. The Downton Abbey series, which ran for six seasons and a movie (Community, eat your heart out!), chronicled the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the early twentieth century in a delightfully soapy upstairs/downstairs estate that gave PBS a critically acclaimed period-piece.
Watch Downton Abbey on Amazon Prime Video here.
The Syfy-turned-Amazon series The Expanse is a critically-loved mashup of sci-fi and politics in space. What more could you want?
Watch The Expanse on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Thomas Jane, Steven Strait, Cas Anvar, Dominique Tipper, Wes Chatham
Anna Paquin trades in her fangs for a different kind of killer instinct in Flack. The True Blood alum stars as Robyn, a sharp and witty PR agent could fix anyone else's life — while her own falls apart.
Watch Flack on Amazon Prime Video here.
Related reading: Get a first look at season 2 and find out what Paquin said about a potential True Blood reunion on the series
Why should you watch Fleabag? The better question is why haven't you watched Fleabag yet? Phoebe Waller-Bridge's limited series adapted from her one-woman play is the Emmy and Golden Globe winner for best comedy. Plus the amount of awards won for its stars and writing should be enough to convince you that the short two-season binge is more than worth your time. Add in season 2's hot priest and honestly, what are you waiting for?!
Watch Fleabag on Amazon Prime Video here.
It's the end of the world as we know it in this Amazon Prime original series. Based on Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's critically-acclaimed book, Good Omens is a six-episode series (brought to life on TV by Gaiman) makes for a quick but satisfying binge as a neurotic angel (Michael Sheen) and reckless demon (David Tennant) become close friends throughout history and end up working together to stop Armageddon — both to save Earth, humanity, and their own friendship.
Watch Good Omens on Amazon Prime Video here.
This ain't your childhood fairytale story! NBC's long-running fantasy series Grimm reimagines storybook creatures into a modern-day Portland as detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) learns he's descended from a line of hunters known as... well, Grimms tasked with defending humans against the supernatural Wesen. It's dark, bloody, and dangerous work. Hansel and Gretel could never.
Watch Grimm on Amazon Prime Video here.
When it comes to Hanna, you don't need to have watched the 2011 film of the same name to watch and enjoy Amazon's original remake. This international action series has two seasons (so far) that follow the titular teen assassin (Esme Creed-Miles), and the bone-crunching, adrenaline-infused action scenes are some of the best TV has to offer. And the spy intrigue will have you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Watch Hanna on Amazon Prime Video here.
Pack your bags because it's time to head to Harlem. Amazon's smart and breezy new comedy from creator Tracy Oliver follows four thirtysomething female friends navigating life and love — Camille (Meagan Good), an up-and-coming anthropology professor who's trying to get over her ex and not backslide, dating-app mogul Tye (Jerrie Johnson), aspiring singer Angie (Shoniqua Shandai), and struggling fashion designer Quinn (Grace Byers).
Watch Harlem on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW Grade: A- (read EW's review here)
Talent: Tracey Oliver, Meagan Good, Jerrie Johnson, Shoniqua Shandai, Grace Byers, Jasmine Guy, and Tyler Lepley
If you're tired of regular medical dramas but still want some drama about medicine in your life, this award-winning, long-running series is the perfect binge. Hugh Laurie stars as the misanthropic, pain pill-addicted, arrogant genius that is Dr. House. Armed with a team of superstar doctors, his diagnostic team solves the cases that other doctors can't. The Fox procedural takes a good, hard look at what's wrong with modern medical practices — and people — while also serving up some of the most complex and heart-wrenching relationships on TV. House isn't for the faint of heart — and we mean that literally and figuratively.
Watch House on Amazon Prime Video here.
AMC's sci-fi drama Humans explores a world where robots called "Synths" have become integrated into society, but are they more alive than the humans who own these "gadgets" think? If you love science fiction, anything robot-related or artificial intelligence, this gripping drama is the perfect binge for you.
Watch Humans on Amazon Prime Video here.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is back with a new comic book adaptation series, but this one is a lot different. Invincible (premieres March 26) is an adult animated superhero show centered on teen Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). As Mark develops powers of his own, he soon discovers that his father's legacy may not be as heroic as it seems.
Watch Invincible on Amazon Prime Video here.
Are you in need of an intense thriller with a side of political intrigue? Then Amazon Prime Video's adaptation Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is the perfect binge, with two seasons of high stakes drama and pulse-pounding action starring The Office alum John Krasinski as the iconic titular CIA analyst-turned-spy.
Watch Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW Grade: B- (Read the review)
Are you looking for your next true crime obsession? Look no further than LulaRich. From the directors of Fyre Fraud comes this Amazon Prime Video original docuseries about long-con of the LuLaRoe fashion empire multi-level marketing scheme. With only four episodes, it's a quick binge — especially since the shocking revelations about the pyramid scheme will hook you immediately … and have you second-guessing about those buttery-soft leggings you're wearing.
Watch LulaRich on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason, Jill Filipovic, and Robert L. FitzPatrick
Making the Cut
It can be Fashion Week anytime you want if you binge-watch Making the Cut. Like Project Runway on an Amazon Prime budget, Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn team up for this Amazon original reality competition series as a group of talented fashion designers face off in challenges and assignments to test their skills — on and off the runway.
Watch Making the Cut on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn
Man in the High Castle
What if the Nazis won WWII? That's exactly what this Amazon Prime original series explores via a dystopian alternate history inspired by the novel by Philip K. Dick. The period drama begins when characters discover mysterious footage showing Germany and Japan losing the war (aka the real version of events) as they attempt to learn more about the unknown person believed to have made the newsreels.
Watch Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime Video here.
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Calling all Gilmore Girls fans — if you've been missing Amy Sherman-Palladino's signature fast-talking, witty, plucky heroines, this Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning Amazon Prime original is made just for you. Starring Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein, this period comedy follows Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a housewife in late 1950s-early 1960s New York City who discovers her passion lies in stand-up comedy. Against the odds, she actually pursues a career in it, fighting misogyny and sexism in the comedy world every step of the way. (Don't tell poor Midge how little things have changed for women in comedy in 2020.)
Watch Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: A- (Read the review)
Sam Esmail's award-winning psychological and tech thriller Mr. Robot stars Rami Malek as Elliot Alderson, a cybersecurity engineer and hacker with social anxiety, dissociative identity disorder, and clinical depression, who gets recruited by an anarchist hacktivist group "fsociety" with plans to destroy all debt by hacking the financial data of E Corp, the largest conglomerate in the world. This dark series is one of the rare times that pop culture has gotten hacking right as it's widely praised by coders, cybersecurity firms, and hackers for its accurate depictions of hacking scenes. And the extremely unreliable narrator will constantly keep you guessing in the best way, since not even Elliot knows what's real.
Watch on Mr. Robot on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: No grade (Read the review)
Related reading: Breaking down the series finale
Let's talk about love, baby! Amazon Prime Video's anthology series Modern Love is based on The New York Times' popular column of the same name, and each episode brings a new story about love to life. The romantic comedy series can be heartbreaking, heartwarming, inspiring, shocking, and so much more as episodes explore the intense complexities of love, in all its forms — this one's for all the romantics out there. Season 1 is already streaming and season 2 debuts August 13.
Watch on Modern Love on Amazon Prime Video here.
Related reading: Check out EW's ranking of all the season 1 episodes, hear what Anne Hathaway has to say about the first season, and watch the trailer for season 2
Graeme Manson and John Fawcett's BBC series will leave you wondering: did they really clone series star Tatiana Maslany? The acting phenom plays more than five different characters, each more distinctive and different than the last, in this sci-fi series about the moral, ethical, and psychological implications of cloning. The five-season drama begins when Sarah Manning witnesses the suicide of a woman who looks exactly like her. She assumes the woman's identity and slowly uncovers the shocking truth about her own life — and that of all the other clones of her in the world. This dark and cerebral drama was incredibly ahead of its time, and it still holds up years later.
Watch Orphan Black on Amazon Prime Video here.
Amazon Prime's continuation of Ash Avildsen's 2017 film American Satan follows a group of young rock stars who put their band the Relentless back together and hit the road for a tour. Equal parts musical and supernatural thriller, the series totally rocks.
Watch Paradise City on Amazon Prime Video here.
Project Blue Book
Do you like aliens? Do you like history? Do you like noir period dramas that are beautifully produced? Then check out HISTORY's Project Blue Book!
Watch Project Blue Book on Amazon Prime Video here.
You don't have to be psychic to foresee yourself loving this comedy that follows a guy with strong powers of observation to con his way into helping the police solve crimes. The hijinks of the cases of the week will have you laughing. But it's the Odd Couple-like chemistry between the friend duo at the center of the show that will keep you coming back for more. Plus, there's two sequel movies to enjoy once you finish your binge!
Watch Psych on Amazon Prime here.
Related reading: Check out the 10 best episodes, read the 10 reasons why we love this show, find out why you need to be watching Psych and if you need to have watched the series to enjoy the movie
Oscar-winner Steve McQueen's anthology collection of films Small Axe is now a Golden-Globe winning series, so what better time to turn back the clock to the 1960s-1980s and dive into "Black Britain" and London's West Indian community?
Watch Small Axe on Amazon Prime Video here.
Want to get deep? Then check out Amazon Prime Video's new anthology series Solos. Created by David Weil, the star-studded seven episodes explore the question of what it means to be human and how we are connected to others through shared experiences, even in our most isolated moments.
Watch Solos on Amazon Prime Video here.
Ladies and gentleman, we present the show that turned an American actress into actual British royalty! Yes, the legal drama Suits is what introduced Meghan Markle to the world. But Aaron Korsh's long-running USA Network series was so much more than that as it followed a New York City law firm after a talented college dropout starts working there as a law associate for one of the top lawyers, despite never having attended law school. As the two close case after case, maintaining the secret becomes more and more complicated.
Watch Suits on Amazon Prime Video here.
Survivor is one of the oldest and longest lasting reality shows in TV history. It just aired its 40th season featuring a cast of all winners. So while starting a binge-watch of the CBS series may seem intimidating, Amazon makes it easy by having the first season available for free for Prime members. See where it all began with the groundbreaking first season and join the passionate Survivor fanbase. And bonus: you don't have to eat rice exclusively while watching.
Watch Survivor on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Jeff Probst
Related reading: Check out EW's ranking of every season here, see what the very first person voted off the show feels about it 20 years later, and learn behind-the-scenes secrets from a season 1 contestant
When this teen supernatural reboot was first announced, people laughed it off. A modern-day retelling of Michael J. Fox's 1985 campy movie? There was no way it was going to be anything less than a joke. Then MTV debuted Jeff Davis' new series starring Tyler Posey and Dylan O'Brien, and everyone was proven wrong. Teen Wolf was dark, sexy, hilarious, and downright terrifying as it found new ways to give you nightmares all while making you root for the star-crossed relationships and best friendships at the center of it all. Plus this is the show that gave us O'Brien's Void Stiles. If you don't understand what that means, start binge-watching this show. Now. You'll thank us later.
Watch Teen Wolf on Amazon Prime Video here.
Part superhero series, part laugh-out-loud comedy, Amazon Prime Video's live-action adaptation of The Tick is a quick binge that's smarter than you may assume at first and will absolutely keep you entertained for hours. Star Peter Serafinowicz can make even the clunkiest lines of dialogue absolutely hilarious, and creator Ben Edlund's dark humor is a breath of fresh air in the superhero genre.
Watch The Tick on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW grade: N/A (Read the review here)
Talent: Peter Serafinowicz, Ben Edlund, Alan Tudyk, Griffin Newman, Valorie Curry, and Brendan Hines
Related reading: Check out how The Tick stands out in the crowded superhero genre and read what the stars had to say about the superhero's big TV comeback
This Amazon Prime Video original anthology series is set in the '50s and will scare the living crap out of you. Horror fans, THEM's for you! Executive-produced by Lena Waithe and created by Little Marvin, the limited series explores terror in America. Watch this one with the lights on.
Watch THEM on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Lena Waithe, Little Marvin, Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas, Melody Hurd, Shahadi Wright Joseph, and Alison Pill
This Amazon Prime original series comes from the brilliant comedic mind of Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Rec) as he sets his hilarious sights on sci-fi. The one-season comedy follows a young guy who, after his untimely death, gets his consciousness uploaded into a digital afterlife. But as he befriends his "angel" aka living human handler, he starts to question his life, death, and everything in between.
Watch Upload on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Greg Daniels, Robbie Amell, Andy Allo
Related reading: Watch the trailer and check out what the creator and stars said about the series
Based on Dennis Kelly's 2013 U.K. series of the same name, this eight-episode Amazon original series (premiering Sept. 25) follows a group of comic book nerds who come to believe a mysterious graphic novel may hold the key to saving the planet. Showrunner Gillian Flynn describes it as "Marathon Man meets The Goonies," and "a story about truth, spin, conspiracy, friendship, courage, and bunnies." Buckle up because this new conspiracy thriller is worth the ride.
Watch Utopia on Amazon Prime Video here.
Vikings is basically the Game of Thrones for — you guessed it! — Vikings. The perfect intersection between historical fiction and fantasy, this long-running History series created by Michael Hirst is inspired by the sagas of Viking Ragnar Lothbrok and the Norse warriors of the 13th century. But don't expect a snoozefest history lesson; all six seasons are violently action-packed, full of breathtaking drama, and will hook you from the start. Beware, this binge is savagely addictive.
Watch Vikings on Amazon Prime Video here.
The Wheel of Time*
In the market for a new fantasy binge? Amazon's expansive and sweeping new drama is adapted from Robert Jordan's best-selling fantasy book series, and tells a story about the coming war between good and evil as a malevolent force known as the Dark One is rising once more. Soon a search begins for the one person who can defeat him: the Dragon, a reincarnated messiah-like figure whose immense power will offer salvation and even more destruction in the brewing conflict.
Watch The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW Grade: C+ (read EW's review here)
Talent: Rafe Judkins, Rosamund Pike, Daniel Henney, Josha Stradowski, Madeleine Madden, Marcus Rutherford, and Zoë Robins
Related reading: Watch the trailer and read everything you need to know before starting the season
Thinks Lost combined with My So-Called Life with a splash of Lord of the Flies but centered on teen girls and you've got this Prime Video original series The Wilds. The first season of this beautifully shot and tense drama is part survival drama, part dystopian slumber party as The Wilds follows a group of teen girls from different backgrounds who must fight for survival after a plane crash strands them on a mysterious deserted island. As the castaways grapple with their new dire circumstances, they both clash and bond as they learn more about each other, the secrets they keep, and the traumas they've all endured. But what they don't know is the biggest twist of all: these girls did not end up on this island by accident.
Watch The Wilds on Amazon Prime Video here.
EW Grade: B+ (Read the review here)
Related reading: Read more about the first season, find out what the showrunner's inspirations were for the series, and read this season 1 finale post mortem after you finish your binge
Tis' the season for romance, and this new Latinx rom-com delivers! With Love premieres Dec. 17 and spans one full year as the Diaz siblings, Lily (Emeraude Toubia) and Jorge (Mark Indelicato), are on a mission to find love and purpose. The five episodes, each of which is set during a different holiday, follow Lily, Jorge, and the rest of the Diaz family as they experience the highs and lows of life during some of the most heightened days of the year.
Watch With Love on Amazon Prime Video here.
Talent: Emeraude Toubia, Mark Indelicato, Gloria Calderón Kellett, Rome Flynn, Desmond Chiam, Vincent Rodriguez, Isis King, Todd Grinnell, Constance Marie, and Benito Martinez
If you like Survivor, The Amazing Race, or The Challenge, or really any competition reality series, then Amazon's fierce new odyssey World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, hosted by Bear Grylls, is worth a watch. The quick, 10-episode adventure series is executive produced by reality competition godfather Mark Burnett and follows the ultimate expedition race in which 66 teams from 30 countries compete non-stop for 11 days across hundreds of miles of rugged terrain with only a map and compass for navigation. The diverse competitors span all ages, races, sexual orientations, and fitness levels, and the event series will push them to their limits with activities like hiking, mountain biking, paddle boarding, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting. "At its core, World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji is about perseverance," according to the official series description.
Talent: Bear Grylls, Mark Burnett