Here’s the press release from the axn-asia website:
They learnt a traditional Maori dance in New Zealand, delivered spices in India, cleared elephant poo in South Africa, rolled beer kegs in the Czech Republic and ate stinky tofu in Taiwan, all through the last three seasons. For each team of buddies, couple, siblings and lovers who have ever joined The Amazing Race Asia, audiences have shared in their joys and tears, as well as ups and downs. Bep prepared for gripping drama from the get go with the return of The Amazing Race Asia Season 4, promising contestants and viewers alike the “Ride of a Lifetime”!
Who will follow in the footsteps of winning teams from Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong, who have brought glory to their nations as the winners of The Amazing Race Asia? Will it be the first father and daughter team in the race, the pair of martial arts experts, or the team with prior reality show experience? From athletes, actors, tattooists, social workers to musicians, the diverse mix of teams will have to possess the street smarts and savvy know-how to run the race on a whole new level.
More than 34 million viewers across Asia have tuned in to the first three seasons of The Amazing Race Asia. It has been honoured by the Asian Television Awards 2008 and 2009 for the “Best Adaptation of an Existing Format” and attained international recognition with an Emmy nomination in the “Non-Scripted Entertainment” category in 2009.
The Amazing Race Asia Season 4 is hosted by Alan Wu and will start airing on September 23 over at the AXN Channel.
Watch for it!