FOX’s ultimate celebrity social experiment, Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, returns for a second season, enlisting a new troop of fourteen household names to endure some of the harshest, most grueling challenges from the playbook of the actual Special Forces selection process. This time around, the recruits will be faced with the harsh reality of winter warfare training on the mountains of New Zealand where the terrain and freezing temperatures are brutal and the tasks will feel like torture. There are no votes, and no eliminations – just survival. These celebrities, who are so used to being in the spotlight, will quickly learn the meaning of “no guts, no glory” – and no glam. The only way for these recruits to leave is to give up on their own accord, through failure or potential injury, or by force from the DS. Who will survive, who will fail?
The remaining recruits are tasked with submerging themselves in icy water, learning to maintain composure in life-threatening conditions. Then, the recruits simulate infiltrating enemy infrastructure by racing each other down 330-foot dam.
The celebrity recruits learn how difficult the world of Special Forces is when they're put to the test of safely protecting a convoy under a surprise attack. The ambush challenges their ability to make decisions in extreme conditions and tests who is strong enough to remain.
Halfway through the course, the remaining recruits are challenged with pushing themselves out of their comfort zones and past their limits in an effort to prove that they can thrive in any situation. As a test of their character, they are tasked with a 2-mile race, navigating treacherous terrain, while carrying a 220-pound boat.
The remaining recruits are taken to the top of a mountain range to face the most demanding exercise of selection so far: using a single rope to commando cliff crawl across a deadly ravine. The Directing Staff turn up the pressure as the challenges of selection start to wear down the group.
The recruits face the most dangerous task yet, a helicopter survival drill, as a test of their ability to mentally handle a life-or-death situation. There is no room for emotion in controlling the fear to survive, and the Directing Staff assess the recruits’ capacity to switch their instincts on and off.
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