The Amazing Race Canada 8 premiered on July 5, 2022, and is hosted by Jon Montgomery. It involves ten teams of two individuals who already have a connection to one another. The teams compete in a race across Canada. The winner of the ultimate prize will receive a cash payout of $250,000 Canadian Dollars, a “once-in-a-lifetime” journey for two around the world compliments of GURU Organic Energy, as well as two Chevrolet Silverado ZR2s. There are still going to be even more obstacles in store for us as we get ready for the following week’s episode 6 of The Amazing Race Canada 8 that will air on CTV.
First things foremost, we have to give Jully Black (44) and Kathy Hunter (41) who are friends final farewell before we can move on. Even though they weren’t the most talented team, they sure were a lot of fun to watch on the field. They have just recently gone out in a manner that is considered to be one of the most shocking and controversial in recent memory.
“Racing for Our Lives” is the title of the upcoming episode which will be aired on 16 Aug 2022. According to the synopsis; New Racers head to London, Ont. where they choose between aviation or animation, before proving that they are best in class with some furry friends.
Now that they are out of the running, Cassie Day (31) and Jahmeek Murray (32) are the only teams remaining in this season that has been ousted from the competition in a previous season. The sneak peek for episode 6 made it quite evident that some of the ousted teams, such as Court and Ali, Catherine and Craig, and Dennis and Durrell, could be returning to the competition. They were all taken out of play because of the public health emergency; nevertheless, it is possible that they will return today for a second opportunity.
We are aware that it may appear really peculiar to have a number of clubs rejoin the competition after having been eliminated from it in the past; but, the fact of the matter is that this is a very peculiar season! We’ve seen all kinds of strange stuff happen from the top down, and at this point, we genuinely believe that the producers are simply rolling with the punches and accepting whatever comes their way. Everyone needs to be able to show a little bit of flexibility, and while we appreciate that the fact that other teams are coming back might not seem fair to the teams that are still competing, it might not be fair to punish the teams that were previously eliminated in such a way either. Because of how unpredictable the competition is from beginning to end, whoever comes out on top at the end of the season is going to have earned it more than anybody else, and we are just going to sit back and watch it all unfold.