The Amazing Race is back! Channel 10 leak confirms a new season

The Amazing Race is back! Channel 10 leak CONFIRMS a new season of world-reality TV

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One of & # 39; the world's most beloved reality shows, The Amazing Race, will return to Australian television later this year.

The news was leaked TV Blackbox on Wednesday, with the program broadcast in the last quarter of 2019.

The network is supposed to be & # 39; furious & # 39; by the early announcement because they had hoped & # 39; to hold it for a while & # 39 ;.

Confirmed! One of & # 39; the world's most beloved reality shows, The Amazing Race, will return to Australian TV later this year. Pictured: 2012 winners Andrew and Shane with host Grant Bowler

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Confirmed! One of & # 39; the world's most beloved reality shows, The Amazing Race, will return to Australian TV later this year. Pictured: 2012 winners Andrew and Shane with host Grant Bowler

While Channel 10 has yet to confirm the report, a production source has claimed that The Amazing Race & # 39; the green light & # 39; has got

On Wednesday, Channel 10 chief content officer told Beverley McGarvey Media week the network had two & # 39; huge & # 39; shows scheduled for the last quarter.

One of these shows is The Masked Singer, which has already been confirmed. She did not reveal the second program, but said it was a & # 39; known & # 39; was a franchise.

Coming soon! While Channel 10 has yet to confirm the report, a production source has claimed that The Amazing Race & # 39; the green light & # 39; has got. Pictured: cast members of 2014

Coming soon! While Channel 10 has yet to confirm the report, a production source has claimed that The Amazing Race & # 39; the green light & # 39; has got. Pictured: cast members of 2014

Coming soon! While Channel 10 has yet to confirm the report, a production source has claimed that The Amazing Race & # 39; the green light & # 39; has got. Pictured: cast members of 2014

The Amazing Race includes teams of two racing around the world in an attempt to win a big cash prize.

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The American version, hosted by Kiwi personality Phil Keoghan, has been on the air since 2001 and has consistently attracted strong ratings.

However, when Channel Seven ordered a local version between 2011 and 2014, it could not find a stable audience.

High expectations: 10 hopes that the show will be a much-needed appreciation winner after the network has recently moved to fourth place behind the ABC. Pictured: 2014 winners Daniel and Ryan

High expectations: 10 hopes that the show will be a much-needed appreciation winner after the network has recently moved to fourth place behind the ABC. Pictured: 2014 winners Daniel and Ryan

High expectations: 10 hopes that the show will be a much-needed appreciation winner after the network has recently moved to fourth place behind the ABC. Pictured: 2014 winners Daniel and Ryan

Channel 10 hopes the show will be a much-needed appreciation winner after the network has recently moved to fourth place behind the ABC.

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Casting for the program, announced as an & # 39; Adventure Travel Competition & # 39 ;, has been open since the beginning of the year and closes Friday.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted channel 10 for comment.

Return! The Australian version of The Amazing Race was organized between 2011 and 2014 by Grant Bowler on Channel Seven

Return! The Australian version of The Amazing Race was organized between 2011 and 2014 by Grant Bowler on Channel Seven

Return! The Australian version of The Amazing Race was organized between 2011 and 2014 by Grant Bowler on Channel Seven

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