15 Things You Didn’t Know about The Amazing Race

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Last Sunday, The Amazing Race was once again named the Most Outstanding Reality Program at the Emmy Awards. The competition show will return for a 25th season on CBS in a new time slot Fridays at 8 PM beginning September 26th. Host Phil Keoghan said in a recent interview with EnStars, the reason the show has been able to remain fresh and exciting to viewers is the huge amount of diversity including race, gender, religious views that are depicted in every single episode. Here are fifteen interesting facts about the reality show program.

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Tim Gerstenberger received a BA degree in Communication from Saginaw Valley State University and a MSA degree in Human Resources from Central Michigan University. He currently works as a Recruiter for Chemical Bank, one of the largest banks headquartered in the state of Michigan. His past work has been published on Yahoo! and Examiner. He also contributes to other television/celebrity based websites. He has had a passion for TV since an early age and some of his current favorite shows include: Friends, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Happy Endings, Friday Night Lights, Bones, The Mindy Project, Chicago Fire, and The Good Wife. He currently resides in the Bay City, Michigan area.
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