‘The Challenge: All Stars’ Season 2 Premieres Next Month: See the Lineup of OG Competitors & Watch the First Trailer

The Challenge OGs are back for more!

The Challenge: All Stars returns next month to Paramount+ with 24 ‘Challenge’ favorites from the past battling it out for chance to earn the title of ‘All Star’ and– more importantly– a cash prize of $500,000.  

“With past relationships that run deep and competitive streaks that never die, they will have to overcome the obstacles both in and out of the game to take home the win,” the Season 2 press release states.

“Returning for a chance to win the ultimate competition, the players will face unprecedented, over-the-top challenges and vie for their shot at the $500,000 prize.” 

Season 2– which was filmed in August in Cancun, Mexico— will consist of 10 episodes hosted by TJ Lavin, who hosted the inaugural ‘All Stars’ season. The longtime ‘Challenge’ host isn’t the only one returning for Season 2–- among the 24 competitors are eight returning OGs from Season 1. There are also plenty of competitors— such as Casey Cooper and Jodi Weatherton— will return after over a decade away from the show.

Here’s a look at ‘The Challenge: All Stars’ Season 2 lineup, along with each competitor’s original show and notable ‘Challenge’ stats: 

Ayanna Mackins, Road Rules: Semester at Sea – 3 Challenges

Brad Fiorenza, The Real World: San Diego – 10 Challenges, 4 Finals, 1 Win (Cutthroat) 

Casey Cooper, The Challenge: Fresh Meat – 4 Challenges, 1 Final

Cohutta Grindstaff, The Real World: Sydney – 4 Challenges

Darrell Taylor, Road Rules: Campus Crawl – 10 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 4 Finals, 4 Wins (The Gauntlet, The Inferno, The Inferno II, ‘Fresh Meat’)

Derek Chavez, The Real World: Cancun – 3 Challenges

Derrick Kosinski, Road Rules: X-Treme – 11 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 5 Finals, 3 Wins (The Inferno III, The Island, The Ruins)

Janelle Casanave, The Real World: Key West – 2 Challenges, 1 Final, 1 Win (‘The Inferno III’) 

Jasmine Reynaud, ‘The Real World: Cancun’ – 5 Challenges

Jodi Weatherton, ‘Road Rules: X-Treme’ – 3 Challenges, 2 Finals, 2 Wins (The Gauntlet 2, The Duel)

Jonna Mannion, ‘The Real World: Cancun’ – 6 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1)

Katie Doyle, Road Rules: The Quest – 10 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 2 Finals, 1 Win (‘The Inferno’)

Kendal Sheppard, ‘Road Rules: Campus Crawl’ – 2 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 1 Final, 1 Win (‘The Inferno’)

Laterrian Wallace, Road Rules: Maximum Velocity Tour – 4 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 1 Final

Leah Gillingwater, The Real World: Paris – 1 Challenge

Melinda Collins, The Real World: Austin – 4 Challenges 

MJ Garrett, The Real World: Philadelphia – 3 Challenges, 1 Final, 1 Win (‘The Gauntlet 2’)

Nehemiah Clark, ‘The Real World: Austin’ – 5 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 1 Final, 1 Win (The Gauntlet III) 

Ryan Kehoe, ‘The Challenge: Fresh Meat’ – 5 Challenges, 1 Final

Sophia Pasquis, ‘Road Rules: The Quest’ – 1 Challenge, 1 Final

Steve Meinke, ‘Road Rules: The Quest’ – 1 Challenge 

Teck Holmes, The Real World: Hawaii – 2 Challenges (including ‘All Stars’ Season 1), 1 Final

Tina Barta, Road Rules: South Pacific – 5 Challenges, 2 Finals

Tyler Duckworth, ‘The Real World: Key West’ – 4 Challenges, 2 Finals, 2 Wins (‘Cutthroat,’ Rivals)

Season 2 of ‘The Challenge: All Stars’ premieres Thursday, November 11, on Paramount+.

Watch the first trailer below!

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(Photos: Paramount+; Instagram; YouTube)

10 Responses

  1. Tyler still looks like e beast! I always liked Ryan, he was considered weak so I hope this is his redemption. Also lovely to see names I haven’t seen for ages like MJ and Nehemiah. Cohutta? Damn, this man still looks good.

  2. This is a much better cast than the last one. Although, I was pretty surprised to see Leah and Casey. They couldn’t have been less athletic when I saw them last. Maybe they’ve gotten better? I guess we’ll have to see.

    Also, is that really Cohutta??? He looks so different with long hair.

  3. I have watched pretty much every season of the challenge and since the early 2000s real world/road rules but didn’t remember a lot of this cast lol.

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