Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6 Preview: Release Date, Time, & Where to Watch

Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6

Physical: 100 is a South Korean reality show featuring Olympians, military professionals, weightlifters, and other top athletes from all over the nation. Contestants push their bodies to their limits through compelling games of elimination.

In the last two episodes, we saw contestants continue some intense matches of keep-the-ball and then begin a new game with an epic rope bridge course, testing different aspects of agility and fitness. But once again, they left us with a teaser at the end of the last episode, so you may be eager to view these next episodes ASAP.

Here is everything you need to know about Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 and 6, including their release date, time, and where you can watch them.

Where Can I Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 and 6?

Episodes 5 and 6 of season 1 are scheduled to drop on Netflix worldwide. As this is an exclusive original series, this is the only place to watch this one. If you aren’t subscribed to this wildly popular streaming service, check out, or download the app!

Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6 Release Date

Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6 will be released on Tuesday, February 7th. Netflix TV series are usually launched at 12am (PT)/ 8am (GMT) worlwide.

It’s great that they’re releasing two episodes each week. Just one isn’t enough!

How Many Episodes Will Physical: 100 Season 1 Have?

In the rest of Physical: 100 season 1, we can expect to see the dwindling down of the 100 contestants (including some big-name fitness celebrities like special “Agent H” Hwang Ji-hoon) over the span of 9 episodes.

Is There a Trailer for Physical: 100 Season 1?

You bet! Check out the trailer below:

What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favorite moment of Physical: 100 so far? Let us know in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “Physical: 100 Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6 Preview: Release Date, Time, & Where to Watch”

  1. What an exciting show! I am an American and watch many shows on Netflix like this. The American shows start to get bad when they introduce nonsense and childish drama. This show doesn’t do that, which is a relief. I just love this show and give it really high marks!

  2. Personally I love this. They are way more humble than any other nation and thats wat makes this a good show. The fact that Americans and us Aussies would ruin it with our tongues and ego’s and our “looks” is exactly why this is a much better reality show than others. Test of strengths, stamina and goes to show strengths and weaknesses of different art forms. The gymnast won the first round….the smallest guy there. But we know why:) I love it
    People above me are too self orientated. I’m sorry you only care about how you’d do it

  3. First of all. Fear factor or Steve Austin skull crushers ranch was more exciting than this stupid Korean show. Zero effort in making it hardcore. And the comments on the show sound like I’m listening to a bunch elementary graders. I guess in south Korean the people on the show are so conditions to be humbled. Not in the U.S. We are expected to be the most in everything we do. And ourtongue don’t hold us back. Please US don’t make show like this boring as hell!.

  4. Weak people who comment on the body sizes… annoying. I would love to see the Americans go up against these people. Bodybuilders are very weak but the wrestlers are the best! It is about who is the strongest mentally not how big one’s arms are.
    Korean’s are very annoying

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