Paramount+ (try it free!) and MTV Entertainment Studios today announced that, after a widely successful first outing, the powerhouse series The Challenge: All Stars has been renewed for a second season and will return on Thursday, Nov. 11.
The 10-episode long season will drop weekly on Thursdays, exclusively on Paramount+.
Hosted by TJ Lavin, The Challenge: All Stars Season 2 welcomes back 24 of the fiercest reality titans from the hit franchise’s long history, including some who haven’t competed in more than 20 years. With past relationships that run deep and competitive streaks that never die, they will have to overcome the obstacles both in and out of the game to take home the win.
Returning for a chance to win the ultimate competition, the players will face unprecedented, over-the-top challenges and vie for their shot at the $500,000 prize.
THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS CONTESTANTS
Ayanna Mackins – 3 Challenges
Brad Fiorenza – 10 Challenges, 1 Win
Casey Cooper – 4 Challenges
Cohutta Grindstaff – 4 Challenges
Darrell Taylor – 9 Challenges, 4 Wins
Derek Chavez – 3 Challenges
Derrick Kosinski – 10 Challenges, 3 Wins
Janelle Casanave – 2 Challenges, 1 Win
Jasmine Reynaud – 5 Challenges
Jodi Weatherton – 2 Challenges, 3 Wins
Jonna Mannion – 5 Challenges
Katie Doyle – 9 Challenges, 1 Win
Kendal Darnell – 1 Challenge, 1 Win
Laterrian Wallace – 3 Challenges
Leah Gillingwater- 1 Challenge
Melinda Collins – 4 Challenges
MJ Garrett – 3 Challenges, 1 Win
Nehemiah Clark – 4 Challenges, 1 Win
Ryan Kehoe – 5 Challenges
Sophia Pasquis – 2 Challenges
Steve Meinke – 1 Challenge
Teck Holmes – 1 Challenge
Tina Barta – 5 Challenges
Tyler Duckworth – 4 Challenges, 2 Wins
The Challenge: All Stars was created for MTV Entertainment Studios by Bunim/Murray Productions. Julie Pizzi, Justin Booth and Mark Long serve as executive producers, and Diego Amson and Chris Ray as co-executive producers. Katie Gallagher and Kristen Bihr serve as supervising producers.
Dan Caster and Leanne Mucci serve as executive producers with Jared March as supervising producer for MTV and Donny Herran as SVP of Production.