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All Articles: The Amazing Race
A video game adaptation of The Amazing Race was released for the Wii back in November and while the game only featured fictional teams, the cover art was apparently an early sneak peak at the cast of The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business.
Unfinished Business is the second all-star edition of The Amazing Race, as 11 teams have returned to race around the world again. That includes six of the seven teams pictured on the cover of The Amazing Race for the Wii (from left):
- Jaime & Cara (The Cheerleaders)
- Flight Time & Big Easy (The Globetrotters)
- Mark & Michael (The Stunt Brothers)
- Kisha & Jen (Sisters)
- Jet & Cord (The Cowboys)
- Luke & Margie (Deaf Son & Mother)
- Kynt & Vyxsin (The Goths)
Only Mark & Michael, “The Stunt Brothers” from The Amazing Race 14, were included on the game’s cover but left out of Unfinished Business.
The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business premieres next month, Sunday, February 20, on CBS. More information on this season’s participants can be found at CBS.com.