The Amazing Race season 32 will premiere on Wednesday, May 20, at 8 PM EST (5 PM PST). This reality game show first appeared on US TV screens in 2001. It features eleven teams of two in a race around the world as they compete for a $1 million USD grand prize. Unfortunately, The Amazing Race is only available in the US. However, we’ll explain how you can watch it abroad with the help of a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
We’ll only be recommending official sources for watching The Amazing Race season 32. The trouble with unauthorized streams is that they’re very unreliable and are often taken offline for copyright infringement. Even without this risk, they’re not worth your time or effort as they tend to be laggy, with low-resolution video. On the plus side, you don’t need an unlicensed stream because there are various official ways to watch The Amazing Race season 32 online.
The Amazing Race season 32 is only on region-locked platforms. To watch via your regular streaming services from back home, you’ll need to connect to a VPN.
How to watch The Amazing Race season 32 online with a VPN
In case you’re wondering, a VPN encrypts your internet traffic, ensuring your data doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. Further, when you connect to a VPN server, you’re provided a temporary IP address. This makes it appear as if you’re browsing from another location and lets you unblock geo-restricted content such as The Amazing Race from anywhere.
Here’s how to watch The Amazing Race season 32 online from anywhere:
- Sign up with a reputable VPN provider. We recommend ExpressVPN although NordVPN and CyberGhost also unblock CBS and offer excellent value for money.
- Download the appropriate VPN app for your device (the device on which you want to watch The Amazing Race online).
- Open the VPN app (or browser extension) and connect to a server in the US to get a US IP address. With this, you can unblock CBS shows such as The Amazing Race from abroad.
- Go to CBS and sign up for a CBS All Access account if you don’t have one already. You can also watch CBS via select streaming services which we’ll cover later on.
- Test your VPN by selecting a CBS live stream or on-demand episode. All CBS content should now be unblocked. If not, we recommend you clear your browser’s cache and cookies before trying again.
New episodes of The Amazing Race will broadcast live on CBS. For this reason, it’s a good idea to test your VPN before the new season starts. This allows you plenty of time to troubleshoot any potential issues, making sure you don’t miss out on any of The Amazing Race season 32.
How to watch The Amazing Race season 32 on US TV
The Amazing Race season 32 will premiere on CBS, which is only available in the United States. In order to watch CBS live online, you’ll need to sign up for a CBS All Access account. For $5.99 USD per month, you’ll be able to stream with commercials, or alternatively, you can pay $9.99 per month for a commercial-free subscription. It’s also worth knowing that new episodes are added to CBS’ on-demand library the day after their live broadcast and are usually available for free for several weeks.
Another way you can watch CBS online is via the following streaming services: AT&T TV Now ($55 USD/month), FuboTV ($54.99/month), Hulu with Live TV ($54.99/month), and YouTube TV ($49.99/month). If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you’ll have access to most of the previous seasons of The Amazing Race. Alternatively, you can purchase individual episodes for as little as $1.99 and full seasons from $9.99.
If you’re traveling abroad (outside the US), you’ll need to connect to a VPN to watch CBS or the above streaming services. This is due to copyright and licensing restrictions. However, you can simply connect to a server in the US to get a US IP address and be able to unblock them. You can try ExpressVPN with CBS risk-free as it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
What can we expect from The Amazing Race season 32?
The upcoming 32nd installment of The Amazing Race will once again feature eleven teams of two as they race around the world for a prize of $1 million US dollars. The race is divided into 12 legs with each episode covering a single leg. The first team to reach the finish line of a leg is rewarded with a prize while the last team is typically eliminated from the race.
Leg one of Season 32 sees contestants traveling to Trinidad and Tobago for the first time. Future legs include Brazil, France, Germany, and Kazakhstan while the finish line will be in New Orleans, Louisiana. Previous seasons of The Amazing Race had involved contestants who were strangers, former reality show contestants, and social media personalities. However, season 32 is expected to return “back to basics”, according to host Phil Keoghan.