“The Biggest Loser” season 10 preview – Bob Harper says this season will have a “Pay It Forward” theme and the most ‘relatable’ cast yet on the hit reality TV show. A lot of the contestants this season are in the same weight range between the men and the women. Viewers of “The Biggest Loser” never get tired of seeing others facing the same difficult challenges they encounter in reducing their weight and living a healthier lifestyle.
“You can tune in Tuesday nights and see someone going through the same struggles that you do and that never gets old” coach Bob Harper said on NBC.
So, let’s take a look into the preview of “The Biggest Loser” this season.
Preview “The Biggest Loser” – ‘Pay It Forward’ Theme
In this fall’s challenge, the show travels to seven cities to pick season 11’s group of contestants for the next show.
Three will be chosen in each city, but only two will earn the privilege to compete on “The Biggest Loser” cast. Those auditioning to be on the show will have to put in 110 percent for a shot on the show. Competition will be fierce. In fact, executive producer, Mark Koops has “begged” NBC to add more episodes in order to accommodate more people for the Pay It Forward season.
It’s more than a cast of 21 people for season 10 – it’s literally thousands as they motivate and inspire others on television. It will be a busy show when it comes to taping. Hopefully it won’t interfere with viewers being able to focus on the 21 contestants up for the challenge they already tried out for. It’s an attempt at having an even deeper level of realism as fans can watch the audition process. Not a bad idea, really. It allows those wanting to be on the show an opportunity to see what’s really involved in getting on “The Biggest Loser.”
Executive producer and show’s host offer their preview of “The Biggest Loser”
Mark Koops gave a preview of what we’ll expect by saying the weigh-ins are going to be even more competitive for season 10. He said in Diets Review that contestants falling below the dreaded yellow line are the only ones able to maintain their position on the show. “The Biggest Loser” cast must be in the top eight to stay on the show.
Not much slack will be given to the 21 contestants. Will the pressure be too much? Allison Sweeney, one of “The Biggest Loser” hosts, calls season 10 a “do or die.” She gives a glimpse into the preview by adding, “There are no free rides.”
Learn more about contestants listed here by weight
You can see more on the “Pay It Forward” theme on “The Biggest Loser” season 10 on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 8/7c on NBC.
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