(CBS) – Hard as a nail, the reality series that celebrates everyday Americans getting their hands dirty while working long, hard hours to keep the country running, returns with 12 new competitors ready to test their strength, endurance, life skills and mental toughness, at the premiere in third season, Wednesday, October 6 from 9pm to 10pm, ET / PT on CBS and available to stream live and on demand with Paramount +. The role list includes a fire captain, crop dust, lineman and iron worker. Phil Keoghan is the creator, host and showrunner.
These competitors, who are the best of the best in their chosen industries and come from different walks of life, but all burn their sleeves every day to live honestly, start the third season from Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in Southern California when the season’s winner , Marine Veteran Kelly “Murph” Murphy, returns to lead the crews through a series of military-style challenges. During the season, crews will have to complete their jobs at other famous sites, including Mount Baldy, the highest peak in Los Angeles, the U.S. Coast Guard in San Pedro and Irwindale Speedway, a motorsport facility, leads to a competitor being crowned champion and winning the coveted one Hard as a nail belt. However, anyone who “knocks out” of the individual competition can still win additional cash prizes in the team competitions that continue throughout the season.
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“It is a privilege that we are now in season three of Hard as a nail and can continue to honor America’s hardest working people, the essential workers who have helped us get through a truly challenging time, ”said Phil Keoghan, host and executive producer. “It feels good that this is a show for people and people that we should all recognize and celebrate. While there is only one Hard as a nail champion of the individual competition, I think what viewers really turn to, and what makes this show special, is the team competition and the legacy built with Savage Crew and Dirty Hands. In a time where there is so much division in the world, it is good to see a group of people from all walks of life who have never met before, unite and work together for a common goal. ”
That Hard as a nail the competitors are:
Name: Kelsy Reynolds
Job: Crop dust
Hometown: Mansfield, Ill.
Name: Christine Connors
Hometown: Johnstown, Pa.;
Current residence: Glendora, California.
Name: Takeru “Tak” Tanabe
Job: Master builder
Hometown: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Current residence: Kona, Hawaii
Name: Jerome Kupuka’a
Job: Heavy equipment operator
Hometown: Ewa Beach, Hawaii
Current residence: Kapolei, Hawaii
Name: Lamar Edwin Hanger
Hometown: Orange County, California
Current residence: Eastvale, California
Name: Lia Mort
Name: Kalimba Edwards
Job: Fire Captain
Hometown: Wallace, Neb.
Current residence: Minneapolis, Minn.
Name: Mike Shaffer
Hometown: Brewerton, NY
Name: Elizabeth Rillera
Hometown: Shelton, wash.
Current residence: Olympia, wash.
Name: Sarah Ham
Job: Cement masonry
Current residence: Queens, NY
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