The Biggest Loser 2013: Season 13 Episode 1 Live Recap 01/06/13

The Biggest Loser 2013: Season 13 Episode 1 Live Recap 01/06/13Tonight on NBC the Biggest Loser returns for it’s 14th season and it is going to be bigger and better than ever.

Our favorite no-nonsense trainer Jillian Michaels is returning to the gym, and alongside her crew she’s going to make sure these new contestants — including a trio of teenagers hoping to turn their lives around — overcome the hurdles standing in their way.

With the childhood obesity epidemic jeopardizing the health of kids and future generations, “The Biggest Loser” is committed to tackling this critical issue by featuring children this season to serve as ambassadors of change who can inspire kids all over the country to get healthy.

Alison Sweeney returns as the host and so do trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince and new mother Jillian Michaels is also back. On tonight’s show called, “We’re back…and so is Jillian” we will get to meet the new contestants. The contestants will be separated into three teams. Each trainer/team will be paired with one child participant who will compete with and contribute to their respective teams.

The two night premiere continues on Monday when NFL star Antonio Gates guest stars and the contestants will be encouraged to get moving.

The Biggest Loser premiere part 1 airs at 9PM on NBC and we will be live blogging it with all the up-to-the-minute details. So make sure to come back to this spot and spend the evening with us! Make sure to refresh often to get the most current details! While you wait for the recap, meet the contestants for Season 14 HERE!


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