In the Season 16 premiere, 20 former athletes, including NFL players and Olympic gold medalists, arrive at the ranch to begin their weight-loss journey.
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.
The contestants meet with stylists Tim Gunn and Ken Paves to get new styles for their new looks.
The contestants travel to Park City, Utah to train with world-class athletes at the Olympics training center.
The eliminated contestants return to the ranch for a second chance to get back into the competition.
The competition moves to singles, and a double red line means that two players are headed home after this week's weigh-ins.
The contestants participate in a trivia challenge, and the losing team must work in a diner for the entire week.
One team's fate rests on a single contestant sent to work out at home with their trainer.
The contestants participate in a food drive challenge, and the winning team receives a much-needed visit from a family member.
Ruben returns to the ranch, and his Red Team finally triumphs in the season's most entertaining challenge so far.
The contestants compete in a challenge to create delicious, healthy meals for the Season 14 Biggest Loser kid ambassadors.
The contestants must scavenge through a pumpkin patch in search of immunity, but temptations lurk around every corner.
The contestants are only allowed to use gym equipment they've "purchased" in an auction.
The contestants compete in their first challenge of the season, and the weigh-ins result in the first elimination of Season 15.
The contestants sit down with their trainers to relive their journeys through Season 15.
Chelsea talks about when she first heard she would be coming to the ranch.
New trainers Jessie Pavelka and Jennifer Widerstrom join Dolvett Quince on The Biggest Loser Ranch for Season 16 of this weight-loss competition series.
The trainers dole out advice on helping loved ones get in shape.
At home, Holley trains for her first weigh lifting competition since the 2012 Olympics.
Celebrity Hair-stylist Ken Paves talks about how much being apart of the Biggest Loser means to him.
Olympic weightlifter Holley Mangold came to the ranch with concerns, but Bob is quick to calm her nerves.
For the first time in six years, Rachel hops in a competitive pool.
Ken Paves uses a wig to give Marie a glimpse at her new hairstyle before he springs into action.
See what Tanya has been up to since she left the Biggest Loser ranch.
Find out what's motivating these former athletes to reclaim their glory days on Season 16 of The Biggest Loser.
Contestants David Brown and Fernanda Abarca talk about their motivations for joining The Biggest Loser.
One of this season's finalist talks about his amazing journey.
Jillian and Jay have a heart to heart about his past.
Rachel talks about her experiences on Season 15 of The Biggest Loser.
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