Interview: Kris and Amanda, from 'The Amazing Race 14'

The U-Turn is always a point of controversy on The Amazing Race . Kris and Amanda were eliminated last night because they were U-Turned by Margie and Luke, and there has been much debate about what Margie and Luke did. Was it ethical? Kris and Amanda weren't a threat to Margie and Luke on last night's leg, but then again, Amanda and Kris were shaping up as a team to be reckoned with - I thought they were the most likely to win it all. The U-Turn, despite its brutal ramifications, is a part of The Amazing Race, and should therefore be utilized, right? It may have been cowardly, but I figure if you're playing for a million dollars, you take every advantage available to you. You only race once. Amanda and Kris, on a show that consistently features dysfunctional and often appalling young couples, were a breath of fresh air. The couple got along incredibly well in stressful circumstances, remaining likable even as the reality of their impending elimination became clear. We had the chance to speak with Amanda and Kris earlier today about their time on The Amazing Race. For The Full Interview Click here .

Ratings: The Unit Returns with a Bang - Featured

Sunday's ratings summary: * 7 pm/ET 60 Minutes topped the hour with an audience of 13.13 million total viewers, down a mil week-to-week. In third behind Funniest Videos, Saturday Night Live 's game-show parodies round-up delivered 3.35 mil. Fox's Hole in the Wall squeezed in 2.6 mil. * 8 pm The Amazing Race finished first with 10.22 million viewers, sprinting past Extreme Makeover (which at 9.45 mil was down 14 percent). An audience of 6 mil found themselves sold on SNL's best-of commercials special. * 9 pm Desperate Housewives was the night's most watched program, with 13.5 million viewers. Cold Case placed second in the hour with 12.56 mil (up 16 percent from its last fresh outing). The Celebrity Apprentice plunged 14 percent from its premiere, to 7.6 mil. * 10 pm Brothers & Sisters came out on top with 10.5 million viewers (down 12 percent from its overhyped "movie event"), but the big story was CBS' big The Unit . Despite herky-jerky scheduling, the military drama returned from a three-week furlough to target 9.43 mil viewers, a gain of 13 percent. Source here

Amazing Race's Brad and Victoria Upbeat About Elimination; Ready to Tackle Next Roadblock

It was gypsies, vamps and a really bad flight on Sunday's Amazing Race 14 that saw married couple Brad and Victoria Hunt eliminated. The duo opted for an earlier flight to Bucharest, Romania with a connection through Amsterdam - which would've worked out well if they hadn't missed the connection. Was the slim, 15-minute advantage they would've gotten worth the risk? They think so. Find out what else the couple had to say about their unlucky fate, why the leg was still the best part of the Race for them and what new challenges they're currently facing. For The Full Interview Click Here .

Watch a sneak peek of Episode 3, I'm Not Wearing That Girls Leotard! (Romania]

Teams scour the Transylvania countryside for buried coffins, while one of the Race's frontrunners finds themselves at the back of the pack when their plane makes an unexpected landing, on THE AMAZING RACE 14, Sunday, March 1 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. For The Preview Click Here . Source here

'The Amazing Race 14' Romania Episode Preview

One more team falls down in the 14th edition of " The Amazing Race ". Married couple Linda and Steve end up as the last one to check in, in the second leg of the race and therefore, eliminated. They join Preston and Jennifer who have already been cast away in the elimination station, a utility provided for the eliminated teams to hinder spoilers. In the Roadblock task, Linda made a grave mistake when she was supposed to walk down the mountain. While the others made it through, she got lost and asked someone to take her back up the mountain. This cost her lots of time which resulted in them checking in the last. Steve said that he doesn't blame Linda for taking the wrong path and they stood up for their love despite the elimination. Tammy and Victor hit the pit stop first and earned hybrid go-karts, followed by, in respective order, Mel and Mike, Amanda and Kris, Margie and Luke, Brad and Victoria, Jaime and Cara, Kisha and Jen, Mark and Michael, and Christie and Jodi. From Munich, Germany, the remaining 9 teams will travel to Romania where they must do a little gymnastic. Amanda and Kris face a grave danger as they lost their bag which contains the money and the passports. Tammy meanwhile, struggles to be heard by her sibling. The episode will air Sunday, March 1. For Linda and Steve Check in Video Click Here . For Episode 3 Preview Click Here . Source here

New Season Promises Another 'Amazing Race'

ET gives you a sneak peek of the brand new season of " The Amazing Race ." The host of the show Phil Keoghan tells ET what sets "The Amazing Race" apart from all the other reality shows. "Our show is about those diversities that I mentioned," he says. "You do not see reality shows I believe, that have this type of diversity. The type of diversity that 'Amazing Race' has." The producers of the the Emmy Award-winning reality show are promising some surprises and many "hysterical and unusual" moments. This season's globe-trotting contestants will once again perform a series of challenges in exotic locations around the world while competing for the $1 million prize. Click the video to hear more on the longevity and popularity of the show from Phil Keoghan, and meet the show's first deaf contestant. "The Amazing Race" premieres on CBS this Sunday, February 15 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Source here

Meet the new teams on 'The Amazing Race'

Most contestants on "The Amazing Race" must tackle language barriers during their trek around the world. As the reality series' first-ever deaf contestant, Luke Adams had double the trouble. The 22-year-old recent college grad and his mother Margie are among the 11 two-person teams racing for the $1 million prize in the upcoming 14th season. Read more ...

CBS Releases Midseason Schedule

What's on the docket for CBS in 2009? There's not all that much change occurring (or necessary), seeing as CBS is easily the most successful network, though we do have announcements of a returning series as well as a few new series premieres. Summer success (and Canadian import) Flashpoint will return on January 9th; it replaces the Friday at 9PM timeslot briefly held by The Ex List . New seasons of Survivor and The Amazing Race will premiere on February 12 and 15th, respectively. Eleventh Hour will take a break in April, and beginning on the 19th, new wedding-horror series Harper's Island will debut, starring Christoper Gorham. The final addition for CBS Midseason is a new Ashton Kutcher (yes, another one) reality series entitled Game Show in My Head, which will air on Saturdays at 8PM beginning Hanuary 3rd. Source: TV Guide Also be sure to check out the FOX and NBC Midseason Schedules.

Season 13 Cast Revealed

Check out the cast for season 13 of The Amazing Race now! Meet The Amazing Race Teams