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Ultimate Beastmaster

Hey readers,and welcome back to my lifestyle blog. Last week I talked about my favourite video game, so today I wanted to stay on the television and talk about a new show that I have been watching. The show is called Ultimate Beastmaster and is a Netflix exclusive. The show is one of those American Gladiator style shows, with a gigantic course set up for the competitors to maneuver through. A twist to how these shows are normally done though, is that Ultimate Beastmaster new athletes every week, with six teams from six different countries; U.S.A, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, and Japan. Each team has two new members every week, with the 12 competitors trying to make it to the end of each obstacle course with the best time so they can move onto the finals. Every show has a finals where the final two contestants essentially scale a 40 metre tall wall, and the winner goes onto the final rounds at the end of the season to compete against the winners from the other weeks.

As this show is one Netflix, all of the episodes from the first season are available right now to watch. I am half way through the show, and so far Korea and Germany have performed the best with two winners each. Mexico and the United States have each won one week and with three episodes left before the finals I don’t have much faith in the other countries. The shows has been extremely exciting so far, and promises to keep that excitement up with the rest of the season.

If you have Netflix, then there is no reason to not check this show out. The English version is hosted by Terry Crews, so the commentating is pretty good as well. Check it out, and let me know what you think in the comments. See you next time!

The Beast