The Most Ridiculous Competition Shows To Waste Time On

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The Most Ridiculous Competition Shows To Waste Time On
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The world can be a scary place but that’s why escapism was no doubt born. No genre of television really does it better, for me anyway, than dumb competition shows. If you’re looking for something to watch this long weekend, look no further than the best, dumbest competition shows available on the net. You’re very welcome.

Nailed It

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First up is my personal favourite, Nailed It. The show flips all those other cooking shows on its back and gives three bakers with terrible track records a chance to redeem themselves by taking on extremely intricate cakes and desserts. Predictably, the results are tragic but somehow, the best of the worst bakers wins a huge $US10,000 prize. Nicole Byer’s hilariously over the top hosting will make you forget about the woes of the world within minutes.

Where to watch it in Australia: Netflix

Making It

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Where to watch it in Australia: Foxtel Now and Binge

Blown Away

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Where to watch it in Australia: Netflix

Hyperdrive

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HyperdriveFast & Furious

Where to watch it in Australia: Netflix

Ultimate Beastmaster

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Australian Ninja Warrior
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Where to watch it in Australia: Netflix

Rhythm + Flow

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Where to watch it in Australia: Netflix

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Comments

  • winners of each one will verse each other

    No matter HOW many times that the word “verse” is repeated in this context, it is NOT EVER a verb that means “to oppose” or “to compete against”, and it should NEVER become accepted terminology.

    At best, it might mean “writing a part of of a poem” or something like that – but never, never, never, should it be used by anyone other than children who don’t know the difference, and certainly not in written form by an adult in a formal setting such as this article.

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