Bode Miller to Join Hollywood and NFL Stars on World’s Toughest Reality Show

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Fox announced yesterday that former Olympic gold medalist skier, Bode Miller, will be among the celebrities battling through the demanding challenges of Season 2 of “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test.” This unique reality show tests its recruits’ physical, mental, and emotional resilience by having them endure tasks akin to those faced by actual Special Forces operatives.

The upcoming season will transport the 14 recruits to New Zealand’s harsh winter conditions. The contestants will navigate grueling winter warfare training, facing challenges like the ice breaker drill, which will see them submerged in a frozen lake, and a perilous ravine crossing at 4,700 feet on a snowcapped mountain. The ultimate survival test also includes an emergency escape from a helicopter submerged deep in icy waters.

Notable celebrities joining Miller in this ultimate social experiment include Tom Sandoval, JoJo Siwa, Dez Bryant, and others. The recruits’ mettle will be tested by a cadre of Directing Staff (DS) agents: Rudy Reyes, Mark “Billy” Billingham, Jason “Foxy” Fox, and the newly added, Jovon “Q” Quarles, all of whom are elite ex-special forces operatives.

Departure from the show is not through votes or elimination. Instead, recruits may exit voluntarily due to inability to complete challenges, potential injuries, or when forced out by the DS. The new season emphasizes survival above all, moving away from the familiar tropes of reality television.

Renowned for his exceptional skiing prowess and Olympic glory, Miller will put his physical abilities and endurance to the test in this entirely different arena, providing viewers with a unique glimpse into his character off the slopes.

“Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” is set to premiere on Monday, September 25, on Fox. This season promises to reveal deeper facets of celebrity characters like never before, offering viewers a chance to witness how these familiar faces adapt to an environment that is as far removed from the limelight as it gets.

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Bode Miller. Credit: Pete Dadds/FOX

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