NFL players, Olympic hurdlers, pro-volleyball players would compete
The prize money stays as appealing as always: $1 million.
Among the participants set to compete, NFL players DeAngelo Williams and Gary Barnidge are a team this time.
Olympic hurdlers LaVonne Idlette and Kellie Wells-Brinkley are also on the list.
Further, pro-volleyball players Riley and Maddison McKibbin have made it to the list of 11 teams too, who will battle for the top spot.
Thankfully, the pandemic could not ruin Season 32
What's relieving for the show is the fact that the team was done with shooting the 32nd season well before coronavirus ruined it all.
In fact, they were halfway through the 33rd season when the outbreak forced everyone to stop production.
That means the fun wouldn't stop as the teams race from Los Angeles through Trinidad and Tobago, France, Germany, Kazakhstan, Brazil and others.
"We're in a privileged position to show what's right"
Meanwhile, host Phil Keoghan highlighted how the show has been giving ordinary people extraordinary racing opportunities.
"I feel like we've got back to what I've always loved about the show. Coming back for the 32nd time on The Amazing Race ....we are in a privileged position to show what is right in the world, and to show what's good in the world," he said.
The other eight teams comprise lovers, siblings, parent-child, couples
The other eight teams comprise teammates who range from being best buddies, lovers, parents to even siblings.
They are Eswar and Aparna Dhinakaran (siblings), Leo Brown and Alana Folsom (lovers), Nathan Worthington and Cody Buell (besties), Kaylynn and Haley Williams (sisters), Hung Nguyen and Chee Lee (married), Michelle and Victoria Newland (sisters), Will Jardell and James Wallington (dating), and Jerry and Frank Eaves (father-son).