Million Dollar Mile with Tim Tebow hosting has been switched to another night. Ratings are low for the high-stakes obstacle course competition show. Originally showing on Wednesday nights, the series will begin airing Saturday nights on CBS starting May 4th. Amazing Race will now be in the Wednesday night time-slot, being moved up a month from its original season premiere.
After two episodes, some reviewers are saying Million Dollar Mile has, “essentially been cancelled.” However, there is no official word about its cancellation. Distractify said, ” Things aren’t looking great,” for the show.
Tim tweeted on April 14th:
— Tim Tebow (@TimTebow) April 14, 2019
Reality Blurred said Million dollar Mile is, “a beautifully lit show…both the course and the obstacles. It’s a Tron meets a glow-in-the-dark mini golf aesthetic, with gold and blue accents making the obstacles pop.” Defenders keep the contestants away from the million dollar prize. Contestants are given a two-minute head-start to conquer obstacles. But they are up against world-class athletes who clearly have the drop on them. Making some think no contestant will win the million dollar pay-out.
Reviews Are Coming In
Some viewers are saying the objectives of the series aren’t clearly defined, while some are unable to connect personally with the contestants. The fast-paced show has video introductions of the competitors but it may be so quick people may be unable to cheer for anyone. And some detractors say they are unable to connect with host Tim Tebow, wanting a, “more exciting,” host.
Whatever the case may be, the verdict isn’t out yet for Million Dollar Mile. Fans are wondering if they will see the end of the first season, fearing the show may be pulled completely before then. But Tim Tebow has something to say about any season of life we may find ourselves in:
What season are you in right now? Is it a season of reaping or sowing… know that God has a plan and purpose for you. “Let us not grow weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9 pic.twitter.com/9KVnxrntmK
— Tim Tebow (@TimTebow) April 15, 2019