We're about to be seeing a lot more of Colton Underwood in the near future.
The reality TV star and former pro football player, who is probably best known leading season 23 of ABC's The Bachelor and for his public coming out journey last year, is taking part in CBS' newest competition series Beyond the Edge.
A celebrity-filled, Survivor-esque competition that takes place in the Panamanian jungle, Underwood joins a stacked cast that includes country singers Lauren Alaina and Craig Morgan, athletes Ray Lewis, Mike Singletary, and Metta World Peace, model Paulina Porizkova, Full House actress Jodie Sweetin, and TV host Eboni K. Williams.
"Nine celebrities trade their worlds of luxury to live in the dangerous jungles of Panama for two weeks — testing whether they have the grit to withstand torrential downpours, scorching heat and deadly wildlife," reads a description of the series from Deadline. "There won’t be any judges or eliminations – instead, each celebrity must rely on their inner fortitude, physical ability, and courage and have faith in their teammates to endure in the wild."
"Excited to be part of the new @cbstv reality series #BeyondTheEdge!," Underwood wrote on Instagram earlier this month, sharing a full cast pic and the news of his involvement with the show with his followers. "It was an experience unlike any other. Can’t wait for you to watch, starting March 16th!"
And this isn't the first reality series Underwood has under his belt.
Last fall, the 30-year-old starred in his very own Netflix docuseries entitled Coming Out Colton, which followed his journey of self-realization in regards to being gay in the public eye after coming out in a tell-all interview with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts.
Underwood first appeared as a contestant on the 14th season of ABC's popular reality dating competition The Bachelorette in 2018 and later appeared on Bachelor in Paradise before leading The Bachelor’s 23rd season in 2019.
Beyond the Edge premieres March 16 on CBS and will also stream on Paramount+.