TBS Reveals Go-Big Show Season 2 Trailer
Big show, the TBS talent show for Crazy Abilities, returns for a second season in January. TBS recently unveiled the trailer for the next season of the larger-than-life talent show, promising even more spectacle than the first.
The premise of Big show is to showcase oversized talent on a scale never seen before on television, typically death-defying stunts. Season 2 has plenty of plans and will keep viewers on the edge of their seats with underwater escape performers, bull jumpers, and incredible feats of strength, to fool horsemen and world record holders. These immensely talented contestants will show off their daring deeds, in a battle to wow the judges as they advance to the ultimate final prize of $ 100,000 and go big, or go home.
Big show Currently ranks as the # 3 cable comedy, reaching over 34 million viewers. Brett Weitz, Managing Director of TBS, TNT and truTV, shares his thoughts on this hugely popular show:
When you find a show and personalities that come together in such an authentic way and bring joy and wonder to an audience, you go big with your commitment to it … the reactions of our judges would be. We are committed to bringing this kind of television to our fans for years to come.
Big show is hosted by American comedian Bert Kreischer, and he is joined by a panel of famous judges. Snoop Dogg, Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles and Cody Rhodes formed the jury for the show’s first season. Season 2 made a small change by replacing Snoop Dogg with famous hip-hop / pop artist T-Pain. The rapper’s position in the season was originally intended for Grammy-winning producer and artist DJ Khaled. In fact, Khaled was also supposed to be one of the show’s executive producers. However, it’s unclear why TBS made the one-month shift in production on the show.
Big show is produced by Propagate and Matador Content, a Boat Rocker company. Matador Content’s Todd Lubin, Boat Rocker Studios’ Jay Peterson, Propagate’s Howard T. Owens, Ben Silverman and Gregory Lipstone, showrunner Conrad Green, Kreischer and Dawson make up the show’s executive producer roster.
Season 2 of this extreme talent show is slated to premiere Jan.6, Thursday, at 9 p.m. ET / PT on TBS.
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