TBS announces ‘Wipeout: The Suicide Squad Special’

The Suicide Squad takes over “Wipeout” this August with special guests and another set of teams battling it out for $25,000.

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On August 1, watch “The Suicide Squad” and your “favorite big balls” in TBS’ one-hour cross-over episode, “Wipeout: The Suicide Squad Special,” featuring writer/director of the upcoming superhero action adventure film James Gunn with cameos from stars Nathan Fillion, Joel Kinnaman, David Dastmalchian and Daniela Melchior, along with “Wipeout” hosts John Cena (“The Suicide Squad,” “F9” “Peacemaker”), Nicole Byer (“Nailed It!,” “Girl Code”) and Camille Kostek (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Model 2019).

Additionally, in support of the premiere of “The Suicide Squad” on August 6 in theaters and on the HBO Max Ad-Free plan, The TNets (TBS, TNT, truTV) will air a weekend cross-network event kicking off July 30 through August 1 and featuring programming of fan-favorite squads from iconic films and TNets’ franchises. 

Hosted by John Cena and Nicole Byer with Camille Kostek serving as field host, “Wipeout” is an extreme course obstacle series that pushes the athleticism and willpower of each contestant to great extremes for an ultimate cash prize — all while delivering more than a few epic fails. 

Each game is divided into three rounds and features a jaw-dropping, three-stage, obstacle course consisting of multiple strategy and decision points designed to test the stamina of the competitors.  The series’ iconic big balls also made a comeback during the April launch of “Wipeout,” which ranked as Cable’s #1 new unscripted series for 2021. 

Endemol Shine North America produces the series for TBS, with Sharon Levy, DJ Nurre, Shyam Balsé and Keith Geller, serving as executive producers.  John Cena serves as an executive producer. Matt Kunitz, creator of the original series, serves as executive producer and showrunner.

The TNets’ Summer With Your Squad weekend programming event lineup is below:

Friday, July 30


  • “Impractical Jokers” – 8pm-10pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” – 10pm ET/PT


  • “Wonder Woman” – 8pm ET/PT
  • “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” – 11pm ET/PT


  • “Rampage” – 8pm ET/PT
  • “Pacific Rim” – 10:10pm ET/PT
  • “Kong: Skull Island” – 1:10am ET/PT
  • “Jack The Giant Slayer” – 3:45am ET/PT

Saturday, July 31


  • “Impractical Jokers” – 2pm ET/PT
  • “Fast Foodies” – 4pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers” – 6pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes” – 10pm ET/PT


  • “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” – 11am ET/PT
  • “Suicide Squad” – 2:15pm ET/PT
  • “Wonder Woman” – 4:45pm ET/PT
  • “Shazam!” – 7:45pm ET/PT
  • “Justice League” – 10:30pm ET/PT
  • “Titans” – 1:00am ET/PT


  • “Kong: Skull Island” – 7am ET/PT
  • “Jack The Giant Slayer” – 9:30am ET/PT
  • “Ready Player One” – 12pm ET/PT
  • “Friends Stunt” – 3pm ET/PT
  • “Big Bang Theory Stunt” – 6pm ET/PT
  • “Magic Mike” – 1:30am ET/PT

Sunday, August 1


  • “Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes” – 12pm ET/PT
  • “Big Trick Energy” – 2pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers” – 3pm ET/PT
  • “Backyard Bar Wars” – 5pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers” – 6pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” – 8pm ET/PT
  • “Tacoma FD” – 10pm ET/PT
  • “Impractical Jokers” – 11pm ET/PT


  • “Man of Steel” – 8am ET/PT
  • “Suicide Squad” – 10:45am ET/PT
  • “Shazam!” – 1:15pm ET/PT
  • “Justice League” – 3:45pm ET/PT
  • “Aquaman” – 6pm ET/PT


  • “Rush Hour” – 7am ET/PT
  • “Rush Hour 2” – 9am ET/PT
  • “Rush Hour 3” – 11am ET/PT
  • “MLB Game” – 1pm ET/PT
  • “Semi-Pro” – 4pm ET/PT
  • “Big Bang Theory Stunt” – 6pm ET/PT
  • “Wipeout: The Suicide Squad-themed episode + encore” – 9pm ET/PT
  • “Rush Hour” – 11pm ET/PT
  • “Rush Hour 2” – 1am ET/PT
  • “Rush Hour 3” – 3am ET/PT

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