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'The Amazing Race' Season 28 Spoilers: Teams Race to Tbilisi, Georgia for Wine, Candy and Ballet Dance

‘The Amazing Race’ Season 28 Spoilers: Teams Race to Tbilisi, Georgia for Wine, Candy and Ballet Dance

After a brief hiatus, “The Amazing Race” or “TAR” Season 28 returns to the small screen with another action-packed episode. On the April 8 run, the seven remaining teams travel all the way to Tbilisi, Georgia, where they encounter another set of challenging tasks as they beat the others to the pit stop. Fans are highly anticipating the upcoming episode, since this is the first time that the show included Tbilisi in its race map.

Spoiler Alert! This article contains “The Amazing Race” 2016 spoilers.

The 28th installment of the award-winning CBS reality TV show will air its seventh episode titled “Welcome to Bloody Fingers 101” on Friday. TV Guide reports that the race heats up in Tbilisi, Georgia, where the competitors face a sweet challenge: learning how to make traditional candy. However, it’s not all sweet and tasty for the teams, as they will also go deep into the trenches at an old Georgian winery.

Fans are in for an array of the Georgian tradition and culture. On the April 8 episode, teams will be asked to clean a Kvevri, a Georgian traditional earthenware vat for wine, as well as take a stab at ballet dancing taught by the famous dance company Sukhishvilebi. The teams will then race to the pit stop for the seventh leg of the race, which will be either at Rike Park or the Peace Bridge, according to a report by Georgia Today.

Bertram van Munster, co-creator and executive producer of “TAR” said he chose Georgia to be part of this season’s race because he has heard a lot of great things about it. “It is extraordinary, beautiful and a culturally rich country we have never been to before,” he told Georgia Today.


[Read: “‘The Amazing Race’ Season 28 Update: Get to know more about the 7 remaining teams”]

Click here to see a video of the Leg 6 episode from the official website of “The Amazing Race.” The show airs in the US every Friday at 8/7c on CBS.

Source: International Business Times