After spending nine days meeting new family, the remaining teams go head-to-head in a blazing grand prix finale. Who will win $50,000?
Two Latter-day Saint queens of comedy are back to talk improv, uplifting comedy, being a working Latter-day Saint woman, and more.
The teams eat some awful food, and ray is able to complete is family tree. Who will remain for the finale?
One team is eliminated, but they get to use their golden ticket to visit one last relative.
If you thought the first half of RR Season 6 was emotional, day 7 promises to bring more emotions. Two teams have 2 strikes. Will they be sent home?
The quest continues.
The teams face challenges like never before, and meet family they couldn’t imagine.
Season 6 of Relative Race is off with a bang, as the teams gather at Virginia International Raceway, ready to meet their relatives and compete for $50,000.
Dan Debenham, host of BYUtv’s Relative Race, joins us to discuss family history, the evolution of the hit show, and a little bit of behind-the-scenes fun.
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ow, what a great season of Relative Race this has been. 10 days ago, the teams started out in the Gateway to the West, St.
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]ur contestants are on the last day of relative discovery. Day 9 is shaping up to be a great day for all, but it could
Weclome back, to Relative Race. Before we get started, here’s a quick recap of some of the major highlights of Day 7, leading into Day 8.
As the Race crests the halfway point, teams must struggle against plastic, cheese, Amish, and Big Brother.
Relative Race hits it midway point as teams are forced to visit a Latter-day Saint meetinghouse en route to meeting more family.
If you’re into friendly competition, trivia, and cornball humor, “Battle of the Ages” is right up your alley.
BYUtv arrives a little late to the world of tween fantasy in the pleasant “Dwight in Shining Armor,” but least it’s not YA dystopia.
Embracing the spirit of “Whose Line Is It, Anyway,” BYUtvs new comedy show offers wacky improvisation thrills for the whole family.
I’m not crying. You’re crying.
A few racers come closer to understanding who their fathers are, and one individual meets her first-ever blood relatives.
You’ll soon need to take to the internet to enjoy longer-form shenanigans from your favorite clean comedy heroes.
What will a new Church president and a new year bring? More temples? We hope so. See how our predictions match up with yours.
“You really can use anything to come closer to Christ. Who knew comedy could do that?”
VidAngel isn’t just defending itself, it’s firing a shot across the bow of Big Hollywood.
The legendary actor opens up about the role of religion in his upbringing.
ABC’s new show Quantico will reportedly feature a character in his garments. Isn’t it time for Hollywood to grow up when it comes to Mormonism?
Mitt Romney visited “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to “Slow Jam the News.” The result is Mitt Romney being Mitt Romney, while the Roots have fun with him.