BattleBots - Netflix

BattleBots is a reimagined take on the killer robot combat sport, from Whalerock Industries and the creators of the original BattleBots franchise, Ed Roski and Greg Munson. The homemade robots are back for season two, where they will battle against each other in a single elimination tournament until there is one champion. The ten episode series will feature next generation robots – bigger, faster and stronger than ever before. The show will continue to emphasize the design and build elements of each robot, the bot builder backstories, their intense pursuit of the championship and the spectacle of the event. While there's only one weight class, there are a huge variety of deadly weapons. Forty-eight robots will enter, but in the end, only one will win the final trophy.

BattleBots - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-21

BattleBots - BattleBots (season 6) - Netflix

Season 6 (also referred to as Season 1 on ABC) of the American competitive television series BattleBots premiered on ABC on June 21, 2015. In February 2015, ABC announced that it was bringing back BattleBots, which featured a 16-team single-elimination tournament. Former UFC fighter Kenny Florian and MLB/NFL Sportscaster Chris Rose hosted, Faruq Tauheed acted as the arena announcer, and Alison Haislip was the sideline and behind the scenes reporter. Molly McGrath was the presenter. Robots in season 6 competed in one 250-pound weight class, as opposed to the multiple weight classes in seasons 1–5.

BattleBots - Contestants - Netflix

This season sees teams from only two countries competing with their robots. Five from The United Kingdom and the rest from the United States. Competitors from the US hail from four different states, including fourteen from California.

BattleBots - References - Netflix