Is Biggest Loser Coming Back In 2022? – Celebrity

The Biggest Loser, one of the most infamous weight loss shows of all-time, is officially coming back to TV next year. According to People, the show is set to make its comeback in 2020 with 10 episodes on the USA Network.

Based on the largest percentage of weight loss, $500 will be awarded to the top male and female after the final weigh in on Saturday, April 16, 2022. $250 will be awarded to the second place male and female. Smaller prizes will also be awarded weekly to the top male and female who lose the greatest percentage of weight for the week.

The Biggest Loser was a mega-hit show for 17 seasons from its debut in 2004 up until it ended in 2016. The NBC reality show transformed contestants’ bodies—and their lives—and viewers couldn’t get enough.

Rising Sun’s Biggest Loser starts this Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 8:30 am. Please see attached for details.

How many seasons of The Biggest Loser are there?

The Biggest Loser, NBC’s long-running reality tv series, aired on the cabler from 2004 to 2016, spanning 17 seasons. After that, the show went on hibernation of almost four years. Its rebooted version then debuted in 2020, but this time, it decided to change platforms.

What Can The Biggest Loser Season 19 Be About? The Biggest Loser is a competition aimed at testing contestants by stretching them to their limits . It features a bunch of overweight individuals, all of who have a common goal — lose as much weight as possible.

The Biggest Loser season 18 premiered on January 28, 2020, on the USA Network. It concluded its run with its finale on March 31, 2020, after spanning 10 episodes.

Season 19, when renewed, is expected to see Harper, Lugo, and Cook reprising their original roles. Of course, the contestants will change; we will get to see a whole new crew of overweight participants, struggling to reach their benchmarks while attempting to return to a healthy lifestyle.



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