We’ve been tuning into The Challenge Australia every week without fail to see who will get to live another day.
The show, which sees 22 reality TV stars battle it out in the hopes of winning $200,000, is not only gripping, but it has scandals and drama that would make Married At First Sight blush.
Unfortunately, not everyone has been enjoying the show, and the competition has failed to attract to an audience since its premiere.
On Tuesday last week, The Challenge Australia was watched by 136,000 households, down 60k from its launch episode and 30k from the week before.
Channel 10 quickly began to strategise and decided to bump the show from its usual 7.30 pm time slot to 8.30 pm, starting from Monday 28th November.
Not only that, but the network will air double episodes on Monday, so be sure to set a reminder, so you don’t miss out.
The Challenge Australia is a combination of Big Brother and Australian Survivor. Contestants are not only required to complete gruelling tasks but also live with one another under the same roof.
As you can imagine, chaos ensues, with people butting heads, cheating on their partners back home, and according to now-eliminated contestant Jessica Brody, dipping their fingers in the communal Nutella (gross).
Tune in to The Challenge Australia at 8.30pm on Channel 10 and 10Play.
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