If there is one thing Montanans will always support, it's other Montanans competing on national TV.

Even with the writer's strike ending, we won't see any new scripted TV shows soon. It takes time to get shows up and running with actors, production, and writing the scripts, so many companies will rely on reality programs in the short term to help fill up their schedules.

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One of the most popular types of reality TV programs is competition reality. These shows include Survivor, Amazing Race, and more. One show that debuted its second season and is known to be one of the most challenging reality programs is Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.

Photo by Glenn Carstens Peters via Unsplash
Photo by Glenn Carstens Peters via Unsplash

This show takes celebrities and former athletes through grueling challenges to see who can handle the craziest tests from former military special forces.

The first season was a mix of athletes and celebrities, like former USA women's soccer team legend Carli Lloyd, Hall of Fame baseball player Mike Piazza, food chef Tyler Florence, and more.

The second season premieres tonight on FOX and has a man who is a gold medal skier and currently a Bozeman business owner competing.

Bode Miller, a world-class and hall-of-fame skier, will participate in this show with former Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant, Bachelorette star Tyler Florence, and others.

Credit: millerbode via Instagram

Bode Miller has made Montana his home after his incredible career and opened the Peak Skis Company in Four Corners. Bode has become a big part of the Bozeman community, and we are excited to see him represent us on this show.

Special Forces Season 2 premieres tonight on Fox.

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