"The Amazing Race"
Phil Keoghan has dropped a few hints about what to expect on Season 30 of "The Amazing Race." Here, he is pictured at the finish line for Season 29 at Milton Lee III Olive Park in Chicago.  CBS

Fans of "The Amazing Race" know the show isn't on the CBS fall schedule, meaning it will likely not appear on their television screens again until sometime in 2018. However, some other details have emerged regarding the show's landmark 30th season.

After a lot of mixed reactions to both Season 29's gimmick of 22 strangers pairing off at the starting line, as well as Brooke Camhi and Scott Flanary's eventual win on the series, fans have hoped to learn anything they can about the new season of the CBS reality series. While there still isn't much out there in terms of what they can expect and what kinds of teams will be featured, some information has been made available since the June finale.

While walking the TCA Red Carpet earlier this month, show host Phil Keoghan discussed the new season with ET, revealing that producers Bertram Van Munster and Elise Doganieri do have plans for how to celebrate the 30th season, but he couldn't go into details. However, he did seem to indicate that the season would have some sort ot twist to it because it was a landmark one.

"We do have something planned that I think is as exciting [as Season 29], the only thing is that I can't tell you...you know, on 'Amazing Race' you get good entertainment, you know you get good twists, There's something good coming for 30. And it is Season 30 after all. We've got to do something special," he said. "30, it's a lovely number."

One day later, he appeared on "Good Day LA," where he revealed that the new season would begin filming later in the fall.

"We're shooting in October," he said at the time, before revealing that he didn't know for sure when the show would get a return date.

It is unclear what the show may do in terms of casting for an upcoming season. The official casting site is still calling for new teams, and does allow for hopeful participants to apply as both teams and single racers. However, it may also have not been updated since before Season 29, as past seasons referenced only go up to Season 28.

It has also previously been noted that the show tends to feature returned racers for another chance at the $1 million prize roughly every six seasons. The last time racers returned was in Season 24, which was tagged as an "All-Stars" run. Six seasons, all of which were comprised of new teams, have since aired.

If returning teams were to be brought back, it would be a prime chance for the show to give racers since Season 25 a chance to return, as there were several fan favorites from Seasons 25-29 which did not win the race, making them eligible for a return.

Among those teams that are the most popular are Adam and Bethany (The Soul Surfers) from Season 25, Kym and Allie (The Cyclists) from Season 25, Hayley and Blair (Rx For Love) from Season 26, Harley and Jonathan (Team New Kid) from Season 26, Justin and Diana (The Green Team) from Season 27, Tiffany and Krista (The Cheerleaders) from Season 27, Denise and James Earl (Team Alabama) from Season 27, Burnie and Ashley from Season 28, Matt and Redmond (The Boys) from Season 29, Becca and Floyd (Team Fun) from Season 29 and Liz and Mike (Team Liz and Mike) from Season 29.