‘Ultimate Beastmaster’ is an American competition reality television series that airs on Netflix. Created by Dave Broome, ‘Ultimate Beastmaster’ is an obstacle course show which boasts participation from international talent and even has localized versions to make the show endearing to those supporting contestants from their countries. Further, the show also boasts Academy Award-nominee and the star of the ‘Rocky’ series and ‘Rambo’ series, Sylvester Stallone, as one of its executive producers.
A fairly recent show, Season 1 of ‘Ultimate Beastmaster’, consisting of 10 episodes, premiered on February 24, 2017, and was followed the premiere of a 10-episode second season on December 15, 2017. On August 31, 2018, the show returned with a 10-episode third season, and since then fans have been clamouring for a fourth season. Here’s everything we know about it thus far.
Ultimate Beastmaster Cast: Who is in it?
Being a competition show, ‘Ultimate Beastmaster’ does not have a fixed cast, nor does it have a fixed set of presenters. Further, owing to localized productions for specific countries, each season of the show has local hosts catering to and providing commentary to each localized production. However, it should be noted that Sylvester Stallone was a host for Season 1, in addition to the local hosts.
In Season 1, the local hosts included Terry Crews and Charissa Thompson (US), Rafinha Bastos and Anderson Silva (Brazil), Luke Mockridge and Hans Sarpei (Germany), Yuji Kondo and Sayaka Akimoto (Japan), Luis Ernesto Franco and Ines Sainz (Mexico), and Seo Kyung Suk and Park Kyeong Rim (South Korea).
Season 2, of course had a different set of local hosts, which included Tiki Barber and Chris Distefano (US), Paula Vázquez and Saúl Craviotto (Spain), Gilles Marini and Sandy Heribert (France), Francesco Facchinetti and Bianca Balti (Italy), Bin Gu and Qinyi Du (China), and Vidyut Jammwal and Sarah Jane Dias (India).
In Season 3, some of the hosts returned while new ones joined, as the number of competing countries were increased. The local hosts for the third season included Tiki Barber and CM Punk (US), Rafinha Bastos and Anderson Silva (Brazil), Micky Beisenherz and Jeannine Michaelsen (Germany), Luis Ernesto Franco and Ines Sainz (Mexico), Gilles Marini and Sandy Heribert (France), Francesco Facchinetti and Bianca Balti (Italy), Stu Bennett and Kate Abdo (UK), Seo Kyung Suk and Park Kyeong Rim (South Korea), and Dannii Minogue and Nick Cummins (Australia).