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The Amazing Race returns next week with season 33 premiere after long delay due to COVID-19 pandemic

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The Amazing Race will return next week for its season 33 premiere after being postponed for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.'It's so good to be back,' said New Zealand show host Phil Keoghan, 54, at the start of the episode in an exclusive clip provided to Variety.'We know how much you have missed The Amazing Race, and believe me, we have missed making it for you,' he added.

Long delay:The Amazing Race will return next week for its season 33 premiere after being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemicKeoghan went on to say the premiere was filmed before the outbreak of COVID-19 and the pandemic forced them to suspend shooting at the end of the third leg.'I am excited to tell you that after a long break, we did finish.

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