‘Go-Big Show’ Season 2 Trailer Already Has Us on the Edge of Our Seats
Go-Big Show is gearing up for Season 2, and the trailer is already getting us excited for the extreme acts who will be competing this time around. This season will also introduce new judge T-Pain.
In case you missed it, Go-Big Show aired on TBS earlier this year, showing off wild acts other than your standard singing or dancing. The new season looks to be full of danger and shocking moments.
‘Go-Big Show’ Teases Season 2 in New Trailer
The trailer starts off with a literal car crash, so you know things are going to get crazy. Thankfully, it looks like the driver was okay, much to the judges’ relief. In another clip, something very heavy appears to fall on a contestant’s crotch. We’re not sure if that one was planned or not.
This season also looks to feature plenty of flames, acrobatics, and pain. One contestant leaps over a running bull, while another one plummets into a pool of water while on fire. Judge Cody Rhodes smashes a concrete block on someone’s chest, while a knife thrower takes aim at T-Pain.
The knife sticks into a board T-Pain is holding, causing him to scream. Fellow judge Jennifer Nettles is speechless as she looks on. It definitely looks like this season will be a lot of fun.
When Does Season 2 Premiere on TBS?
Season 2 of Go-Big Show will premiere on TBS January 6, 2022. T-Pain replaces DJ Khaled, who initially replaced last season’s judge Snoop Dogg but left soon after. He’ll be joined by Jennifer Nettles, Rosario Dawson, and Cody Rhodes, with Bert Kreischer hosting the show.
Last season, horseback rope artist Tomas Garcilazo was crowned the winner for his emotional routine, which honored his family. His win proved that the judges are looking for more than just the craziest, most extreme acts. They also want to be moved by the performances.
Are you looking forward to another season of Go-Big Show? What do you think about T-Pain joining the panel? Let us know in the comments below.
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