The remaining contestants travel to Hawaii, where they push themselves to new limits in paradise.
No more teams! It's down to the final seven, and the players must compete as individuals for immunity.
If the players can cumulatively lose 50 pounds, no one goes home this week!
The ranch is rocked when the teams are dismantled and new teams are formed.
The teams are paired up with famous athletes who help coach for the week.
A tailgate temptation challenge gives one contestant immunity - but at what cost?
At this week's high-flying challenge, the winning team must choose a player from another team to sit out the weigh-in.
The pressure is on, as one contestant must go home for week with their trainer - and only their weight counts for their team.
Week 3 proves to be the most difficult yet, with two challenges and a lot of tears.
Twenty former athletes, including NFL players and Olympic gold medalists, will aim to change their lives on the upcoming season of NBC's hit franchise "The Biggest Loser: Glory Days."
The contestants of Season 15 return for the live finale, and one of the three determined finalists will be crowned The Biggest Loser.
The contestants compete in the first Biggest Loser Triathlon, and the three finalists are determined after this week's weigh-in.
This 27-year-old tattoo artist explains the symbology and strength of his tattoos.
At 24, Courtney's convinced she'll be the youngest ever Biggest Loser!
The celebrity stylist and host of Style Network's "How Do I Look?" takes the contestants on a Beverly Hills shopping spree!
She may not have won $250,000, but she's won everything else - and she's ready to pay it forward!
Veteran trainer Bob talks about what's on deck for an exciting new season of The Biggest Loser!
Season 11's Biggest Loser Olivia Ward talks about self-love
The contestants sit down with their trainers to relive their journeys through Season 15.
David talks about this being a big goal for him and how it feels to have made it to this point.
The trainers dole out advice on helping loved ones get in shape.
Host Alison Sweeney celebrates The Biggest Loser's 10-year anniversary by recounting her favorite milestones.
Dolvett, Jen and Jessie talk their go-to healthy snacks.
Mike reveals his hard work is paying off since leaving the ranch.
Take a look at how J.J. has become the man he always wanted to be since returning home.
He's 44 years old and has four young children who need him.
Get to know Season's 13 Brown Team.
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