‘Barmageddon’ is Hitting the Road Ahead of Season 2 Premiere
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USA Network’s Barmageddon is giving fans an awesome treat before season two officially premieres. The celebrity game show will be hitting the road starting November 4.
Barmageddon Set to Embark on Tour Before Season Two
USA Network and Barmageddon‘s host Nikki Garcia announced the good news in a joint Instagram post this week. The promotional material showed the official dates of the tour.
“#Barmageddon is hitting the road! Come by, play some games, spin the Wheel of Redemption, you never know who you could run into. See you at the honky tonk!” the caption read.
The tour will kick off on November 4 and 5 in Phoenix, Arizona. It will then make stops on November 11 in Nashville, Tennessee and on November 18 in Los Angeles, California.
The celebrity game show, executive produced by and starring Blake Shelton and Carson Daly, is returning for season two with host and WWE Hall of Famer. The beloved trio will come back to Shelton’s Music City bar Ole Red where their celebrity friends will compete in outlandish versions of classic pub drinking games. In their one-minute trailer for season two, Shelton declares “the need for redemption will be bigger than ever” as “the games will be crazier.”
“The games? They’re just so much more fun and chaotic and crazy,” Garcia affirmed.
Interestingly, a new set of over-the-top games will be featured this season. These include Fool’s Ball, Tic Tac Throwdown, and Talk Derby to Me. Several sought-after celebrities will also grace the show including Kelly Clarkson, Boyz II Men, David Arquette and more.
Barmageddon season two premieres on USA Network on Monday, November 13 at 11 p.m. ET/PT.
There Will Be a Holiday Episode Featuring “Reindeer Games” with Shelton
Apparently, Barmageddon season two has already revealed how they plan to celebrate the holidays. This winter, the game show will have a special Christmas episode, featuring additional on-them segments.
Shelton will face off against Law and Order: Special Victim Unit actor Ice T in games like Merry Axe-Mas, Christmas Carol-okie, Little Drummer Boy (and Girl), and more.
“What we were aiming for was real-life The Hangover,” Shelton told during season one premiere. “We wanted to try to capture that in a TV show with people that we know.
“Back in the day, I would say the 28-year-old version of Blake Shelton on Barmageddon [would have been] way different than the 46-year-old version now,” he said. “Now I like to watch other people do stupid stuff — not necessarily be the one doing it.”
The holiday episode will premiere Monday, December 4 at 10/9c on NBC. It will then be re-airing on USA.