Fans who have been enjoying the clash of reality TV stars on Season 31 of “The Amazing Race” will have to wait another week to see whether “TAR” “Survivor” or “Big Brother” vets will be triumphant and make it through to another leg, as the show has been preempted from CBS’ schedule for May 15.

Instead of airing at 9 p.m. EDT as it has been since its premiere last month, “Amazing Race” will be taking a week off to make room for the Season Finale of “Survivor: Edge of Extinction.” The finale will begin airing at 8 p.m. in its normal timeslot but will be two hours long, which pushed “TAR” off the schedule. That two-hour finale will be followed up by a 10 p.m. reunion special.

However, fans don’t have to feel cheated by the missing week of the schedule, as CBS will be making it up to “TAR” fans with the schedule next week. May 22 will see a double airing of the show, with Episode 5, “I’m a Bird, I’m a Plane, I’m on The Amazing Race” airing at 8 p.m. EDT, and Episode 6, “Who Wants a Rolex?” airing at 9 p.m. EDT.

Following that, the show will continue airing at 8 p.m. each week until its finale. A double episode is currently not scheduled for May 29.

So far on the season featuring former Racers facing off against Houseguests and Castaways has seen the “Big Brother” and “Amazing Race” pairs having the most luck thus far. While one “Amazing Race” team was the first ones eliminated, the “Survivor” teams have been dwindled down to just one left following the eliminations of Rubert and Laura Boneham and Eliza Orlins and Corinne Kaplan.

Teams that have been performing the best have been former Racers Colin Guinn and Christie Woods and Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran, as well as “Big Brother” stars Victor Arroyo and Nicole Franzel. They are followed by former racers Becca Droz and Floyd Pearce and Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl. The three teams that have consistently performed the worst are “Big Brother” alums Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater and Janelle Pierzina and Britney Haynes. The last remaining team that has the worst average finishing placement is the only remaining “Survivor” alums, Chris Hammons and Bret LaBelle.

“Amazing Race” returns Wednesday, May 22 at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS

Amazing Race Fans of the “Amazing Race” will have to wait a week to see where Season 31 takes Phil Keoghan and the teams next. Photo: CBS