Fans of the show were curious to find out whether the show was renewed or cancelled. Fans of the show can now release a sigh of relief as TBS announced that the competition series loved by many viewers has been renewed for a second instalment.
The series debut season had a total of 10-episodes, an hour run series that is expected to go even bigger in the upcoming season and feature some of the most nerve-wracking and jaw-dropping performances. In terms of ranking, this show ranks at the top 3 in Cable Comedy, with several million spectators.
Go-Big Show is being produced by Propagate, Matador Content and Boat Rocker Studios. The competition series executive producers are Todd Lubim (Matador Content), Jay Peterson (Boat Rocker Studios) along with Howard T. Owens, Ben Silverman, Gregory Lipstone and Showmakers Conrad Green, Kreischer Dawson of Propagates.
Want to know more about the upcoming series? Here is everything we have so far regarding “Go-Big Show Season 2.” Stay till the end of the post.
What is “Go-Big Show” about?
“Go-Big Show” is all about the contestants competing with one another with their humongous talents with a never before seen on TV. The first season featured some of the most outrageous yet extreme performances such as huge trucks, alligator trainers, archery to name a few.
The challengers battle it out to woo the judges and move forward to the final stage where the winner will get a hefty amount of $100,000.
Brett Weitz, General Manager, TBS, TNT and truth said, “When you find a show and personalities that come together so authentically and bring joy and wow to an audience, you go big with your commitment to it, viewers turned in week after week to see both what amazing acts our contestants could perform and what our judges reactions would be. We are committed to bringing this type of television to our fans for years to come.”
Who are the judges of the show?
It was previously announced that Grammy-award winner, producer and artist DJ Khaled will be seen as one of the new judges and the show’s executive producer after rapper Snoop Dogg departs from the series due to conflicting schedules and thus, replacing him. Soon afterwards, the Network made another announcement that DJ Khaled will no longer serve as a judge and will be replaced by T-Pain.
The newly appointed Judge T-Pain will join Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles and Cody Rhodes on the panel of judges alongside the show’s host Bert Kreischer. As for DJ Khaled’s sudden exit from the show, no official response has been made so far.
When is it airing?
There is no specific air date for the show yet as there are no official announcements.
It seems that the show is currently under production in Georgia which commenced this August so probably we won’t get to see it until next year mid-2022.