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How to watch ‘The Challenge: USA’ episode 4: Time, TV channel, free live stream, recap, spoilers

“The Challenge: USA” returns for Episode 4, “Liberty and Justice For All,” on Wednesday, July 27 (7/27/2022) at 9 pm ET on CBS, and the power duo of Tyson Apostol and Angela Rummans continue to reign over the competition.

The episode can be streamed live on DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, Paramount+ Premium and other live TV services.

Despite being split apart by The Algorithm™, Angela and Tyson continue to be the duo to beat in The Challenge: USA after Angela and her partner Kyland Young won the main challenge, and Angela immediately conferred with Tyson about who would go to elimination. With other players starting to take notice, how long can their good fortune last?

Here’s how to tune in this week.

When is “The Challenge: USA” on TV?

Episode 4, “Liberty and Justice For All,” will air at 9 pm ET on Wednesday, July 27. New episodes air every Wednesday at the same time.

Where can you stream it for FREE?

Cord cutters can sign up for free trials of DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, Paramount+ Premium and YouTube TV to stream the episode live.

Cable subscribers can log in to CBS.com with their cable credentials to stream the episode for free.

The episode is available the next day to stream on demand on Paramount+.

What TV channel is it on?

CBS. Channel finder: Verizon Fios, XFinity, Spectrum, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DirecTV, Dish

What will happen this week?

According to a synopsis from CBS, “A trivia challenge while players hang over the ledge of a 30-story building.”

What happened in episode 4?

It seemed inevitable after gaming for his life in episode 1 and coming in last in episode 2′s Challenge, and in week 3, “Amazing Race 32″ champion James Wallington finally ran out of second chances.

James and his partner for the week, “Survivor” alumni Latasha “Tasha” Fox, got off to a terrible start in the Hang On Man balancing act/word jumble Challenge. After completing the staircase puzzle significantly slower than the rest of the field, Tasha took to the balance beam, James immediately failed on his first letter guess, and a single bag of sand toppled Tasha, ensuring that James would be headed for elimination for the second week in a row.

After winning her second Challenge, Angela immediately conferred with her go-to guy, Tyson, and the confidence of the duo raised the ire of some other competitors. James threw fellow Amazing Race competitor Leo Temory under the bus by naming him as a potential candidate he’d like to face in elimination.

But the broken trust on Team Amazing Race didn’t stay relevant for long, after Angela and Kyland selected Cashay and Domenick — a team dangerously close to imploding anyway — for the elimination bout.

Domenick refused to take Cashay’s advice and insisted on being the one to solve the water puzzle portion of the Plug and Play elimination bout. Despite completely forgetting to plug the hole and keep the water from draining, Domenick got the pieces out of the tank fast enough, and Cashay successfully assembled the tower in order to survive the challenge, and send James and Tasha packing.

What is Paramount Plus?

Paramount Plus is an over-the-top live streaming service from CBS, offering a huge selection of popular CBS shows like “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” and original series like “Star Trek: Picard.” It also offers live streams of local CBS channels as well as select live sporting events, like Champions League soccer.

How much is Paramount Plus?

$4.99 per month gives you full access to all the Paramount+ content, but it includes business breaks. It ends up costing $59.88 per year if you subscribe monthly for 12 months. You can also upgrade to $9.99 per month ($119.88/year) and enjoy all the same features with zero commercial interruptions.

You can also buy 12 months with commercials for $49.99 ($4.16/month) or without commercials for $99.99 ($8.33/month). No matter what you choose, you’ll enjoy a 7-day free trial.

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