The Challenge Season 38 Episode 17: This Wednesday, a new episode of The Challenge season 38 will air. In episode 17, there will be one of the most intense finals the show has ever seen, which will test the teams’ emotional, mental, and physical limits to the limit.
In the next episode, “Riders on the Storm,” host TJ Lavin will talk about the horrible details of their hard 100-hour final mission.
The Challenge Season 38 Episode 17 Release Date
The Challenge Season 38 Episode 17 Preview
The trailer for episode 17 of The Challenge season 38 shows that the last four teams, Tori and Devin, Bananas and Nany, Aneesa and Jordan, and Olivia and Horacio, give everything they have to stay alive. The preview of what’s to come shows blood, sweat, tears, and throwing up, which seems to indicate that these Challenge finalists will be put through tough tests.
The host of The Challenge, TJ Lavin, starts the trailer by telling the contestants that they will be in a “100-hour final.” This makes them look shocked. The 19-second preview then cuts to highlights while a countdown to 100 is shown on the screen. During the night, people can see different competitors sprinting, throwing up, carrying tyres, and riding exercise bikes.
One contestant is also seen bleeding all over their hands on video, which shows how hard the final competition is. In a confessional, finalist Tori Deal says that there was a million dollars at stake and that contestants had to work hard to get it.
Bananas, Jordan, and Devin can be seen throwing up, Horacio is crying, Aneesa may have hurt her ankle again, and someone is heavily bleeding. The jaw-dropping finale will be key to keeping the audience interested, as the finalists are about to face the final challenge that will decide who wins this season.
The Challenge Season 38 Episode 17 Cast
- T.J. Lavin as Self – Host
- Tori Deal as Self
- Johnny ‘Bananas’ Devenanzio as Self
- Aneesa Ferreira as Self
- Nany González as Self
- Horacio Gutierrez as Self
- Olivia Kaiser as Self
- Devin Walker as Self
- Jordan Wiseley as Self