New American Grit episode airs tonight. So what time does it start? What channel is it on? And how can you watch it? We will answer all of these questions below.
This post has the most up-to-date information on the status of American Grit season 3 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you updated.
American Grit is an American reality TV show and is produced by Leftfield Pictures, Mixers. The show stars John Cena, Tony Touchdown Simmons, Jim Vaglica. The series debuted on Fox in April 2016. Fox is airing the show for season 3, so we are not close to seeing the end of the series. The show currently has a 7.1 out of 10 IMDb rating.Subscribe to updates below to be the first to know any American Grit season 3 related news and join our forums below just by commenting below.
What time is American Grit on tonight?
Tonight’s episode of American Grit airs on Fox at 9:00 PM EST. The episode usually runs around 60 minutes (including commercials). What day does American Grit come on? Make sure you have your TV ready every Sunday at 9:00 PM EST to catch new episodes.
Fox airs American Grit episodes on Sunday at 9:00 PM EST.
You can also watch episodes on Amazon. You can also check out American Grit’s IMDb page.
American Grit viewing details
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When is season 3 of American Grit?
Fox has officially announced season 3 of American Grit. We will update this post with more details as soon as they become available. The release date for the next season is November 6, 2016. We will update this post with more details as soon as they become available. If you want to get notified of the show’s premiere, please join our forums or sign up for updates below.
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Plot and series info
American Grit is a physical, military-based reality competition, hosted by wrestling superstar John Cena. 16 American contestants are divided into four teams of four, which are all lead by four separate American military service people. The four team leaders/coaches consist of an Army Ranger sniper, a Navy Seal team leader, a Marine Corps sergeant, and an Army sergeant – all of whom have seen combat, and all of whom are highly decorated. The contestants will have to fight through challenge after challenge, all of which are modeled after real military training platforms, while dealing with the elements of the wilderness – not to mention each other. At the end of each episode, the team leaders of the 3 losing teams will pick a contestant from their team to run the dreaded Circus obstacle course. The obstacle course stays the same throughout the competition, but the “endurance challenge” at the end of the Circus changes from week to week. A contestant cannot be voted or kicked out of this competition. The only way out of this competition is to quit. At the end of the Circus obstacle course three contestants are locked in battle in a tough endurance test. The first contestant to step out (or fall out) of the endurance test must then “ring out” of the competition. (Much in the way that Navy SEALs do during training.) The final team of four to make it to the end of the competition will split a prize of up to $1 million, giving each of the final four contestants a chance to walk away with $250,000. – Written by brandon hutson
American Grit is TV-PG rated, which means it contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. Many parents may want to watch it with their younger children. The theme itself may call for parental guidance and/or the program may contain one or more of the following: some suggestive dialogue, infrequent coarse language, some sexual situations, or moderate violence.
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