The first episode of the new “Dancing with the Stars” series has just finished its debut.
The first half of the show, which will air Sunday night on CBS, will feature “dancing,” “wrestling,” and “stunt driving” competitions.
And the show is supposed to showcase how well athletes can pull off all of those stunts.
Unfortunately, as ABC News reporter Jason Dearen pointed out in his opening segment, the contestants have all had some sort of injury that will likely end their careers, including a wrestler named “Cottonmouth” who is a contestant on the show who will have to compete in a car accident if he wants to keep his job.
The rest of the contestants are not so lucky.
Here’s a look at some of the worst injuries in the series: A man named “Harrison Wells” was injured in an accident while performing a stunt in which he was trying to drive a car around a hill.
In the end, Wells got seriously injured in the accident and was in a wheelchair for the next six weeks.
The wrestler named Jason “Tiger” Williams was killed in a motorcycle accident while filming a stunt on a highway in California.
He was later found dead in the driver’s seat.
A man known as “The Hammer” was also killed in the motorcycle accident in California and his death was ruled a suicide.
“It’s just a sad story and a terrible thing to happen to someone in such a dangerous way,” Williams’ widow, Karen, told ABC News.
“There’s no way to explain how it happened.
The last thing he wanted to do was hurt anyone.”
The man named Eric “The Rock” McDaniel was injured while filming stunts in a helicopter and died of his injuries.
Injuries to the contestants, which include “flaming” and “slapping,” have led to some of them having to cancel their performances.
“Tough” Mark “Truck” Hargrove was found dead after filming a helicopter stunt on an interstate in California with his girlfriend.
He had been filming a scene with a friend on a motorcycle when the motorcycle suddenly slammed into the helicopter, killing him instantly.
“He was a tough guy, and he was the type of guy who was going to do anything,” Hargrobve’s wife, Ann, told the Los Angeles Times.
“I hope that in some way helps him in some aspect, but at the same time, it just shows how tough the industry is.”
The producers have not yet announced the winner of the season or any other details about the show.