Episode 6 of season 1 of The Challenge: World Championship, titled "Brave New World", airs Wednesday, April 5 at 12:00 PM eastern time on Paramount Network. The Challenge: World Championship brings together global champions and MVPs from The Challenge shows in four different countries: Argentina, Australia, U.K., and USA. These champions will represent their countries in a battle for the title of Worl Champion. Longtime host TJ Lavin will kick off the premiere along with global hosts Brihony Dawson (Australia), Mark Wright (U.K.), and Marley Biyendolo (Argentina). Each global MVP will be paired with a “Challenge Legend” from a previous season of the MTV series. The competitions will lead up to the most difficult and brutal finale ever, with the hopes of taking home a $500,000 grand prize. Read on to learn how you can watch every episode of The Challenge: World Championship when it airs.
- When Does the New Season The Challenge: World Championship Premiere: The Challenge: World Championship premieres on Wednesday, March 8, with the first two episodes.
- What Day Do New Episodes of The Challenge: World Championship Air: The Challenge: World Championship streams new episodes on Wednesdays.
- Where to Watch: The Challenge: World Championship is on Paramount+
Where to Stream new Episodes of The Challenge: World Championship
The Challenge: World Championship is exclusively available on Paramount+, with new episodes landing on the streaming service each Wednesday.
Paramount+ offers a 7-day free trial so that you can try the service with no risk. However, there are two plan options to choose from:
Paramount+ Premium: In addition to original programming like The Challenge: World Championship, Paramount+ Premium provides live streaming access to your local CBS station so you can broadcast series as they air. This plan also offers on-demand ad-free access to Paramount+ content. After the 7-day free trial, the service price starts at $9.99.
Paramount+ Essential: This plan provides original content, plus ad-supported on-demand episodes of new shows the day they air on CBS for $4.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. This plan doesn’t include live CBS, so you will have to wait a day for new episodes.
Paramount+ is available on Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick. See our review of Paramount+ for more information on this streaming service.
Paramount Plus Device Support
Watch Paramount Plus by downloading the Paramount+ app to Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick, and you watch right on your television. You can also stream on the go by downloading the paramount+ app to your iOS or Android Mobile device. The Paramount+ app is also available on Samsung, LG, and Vizio smart TVs, along with Xfinity Flex & X1 boxes.
The Challenge: World Championship Cast
The Challenge: World Championship brings together winners from four international productions of The Challenge with legends of the original MTV series.
The Challenge Legends
- Amber Borzotra (one-time winner)
- Darrell Taylor (five-time winner, seven-time finalist)
- Jodi Weatherton (two-time winner)
- Johnny “Bananas” Devenanzio (eight-time winner, eleven-time finalist)
- Jonna Stephens (two-time winner, three-time finalist)
- Jordan Wiseley (three-time winner, five-time finalist)
- Kaycee Clark (one-time winner, three-time finalist)
- KellyAnne Judd (three-time finalist)
- Nelson Thomas (two-time finalist)
- Nia Moore (one-time finalist)
- Theo Campbell (one-time finalist)
- Tori Deal (one-time winner, four-time finalist)
- Wes Bergmann (three-time winner, eight-time finalist)
- Yes Duffy (two-time winner)
The Challenge Global MVPs
- Ben Driebergen (Survivor season 35 winner, The Challenge: USA finalist)
- Danny McCray (Survivor season 41, The Challenge: USA winner)
- Emily Seebohm (Olympic gold medalist, The Challenge: Australia)
- Grant Crapp (Love Island Australia season 1, The Challenge: Australia)
- Justine Ndiba (Love Island USA season 2, The Challenge: USA finalist)
- Kaz Crossley (Love Island UK season 4, The Challenge: UK winner)
- Kiki Morris (The Bachelor Australia season 4, The Challenge: Australia winner)
- Nathan Henry (Geordie Shore, The Challenge: UK finalist)
- Sarah Lacina (Survivor season 34 winner, The Challenge: USA winner)
- Troy Cullen (Australian Ninja Warrior season 3, The Challenge: Australia winner)
- Zara Zoffany (The Royal World, The Challenge: UK finalist)
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