Who Are The ‘Go-Big Show’ Judges? Meet Them All
A new talent show is premiering on TBS called Go-Big Show. The series is similar to America’s Got Talent, without the singers and dancers who dominate that show’s stage.
The acts on this new show also happen to be pretty extreme. They include alligator wrestling, monster trucks, and more. Four famous judges will sit on the panel and share their thoughts on the show’s contestants.
Some of Go-Big Show‘s judges may be familiar to you, but you might need an introduction to the others. We’ve got you covered. Read on to meet each of the four judges, as well as the show’s host, before you watch the premiere on Thursday night at 9/8c on TBS.
Meet The ‘Go-Big Show’ Judges And Host
Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) is a rapper who has released 17 studio albums and been nominated for 17 Grammy Awards. He’s also appeared in movies such as Dolemite Is My Name and The Addams Family. This isn’t his first time on TV, having hosted the TBS show Joker’s Wild and appeared with Martha Stewart on Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner.
Rosario Dawson is an actress best known for her roles in movies like Rent, Seven Pounds, and Sin City, and on shows like Daredevil and Jane the Virgin. She also does voice work, playing Ahsoka Tano in the animated Star Wars series. Rosario recently reprised the role in live-action show The Mandalorian. She’s also an activist, and endorsed her boyfriend, Sen. Cory Booker, for president in the 2020 election.
Jennifer Nettles is a country singer who is part of the duo Sugarland. She’s released several solo albums and won three Grammy Awards. Jennifer has also acted, appearing in the HBO series The Righteous Gemstones and the 2019 Harriet Tubman biopic Harriet. In 2015, Jennifer played Roxy Hart in the musical Chicago on Broadway, and later appeared as Donna in the Hollywood Bowl’s production of Mamma Mia!
Cody Rhodes is a wrestler known as “The American Nightmare.” He wrestles for All Elite Wrestling, and is also the Executive Vice President of the organization. His father, Dusty Rhodes, was also a wrestler, as is his brother Dustin Runnels. Cody is also an actor, appearing as the villain Derek Sampson on Arrow. He also appears on TNT’s wrestling program AEW Dynamite.
Bert Kreischer is the host of Go-Big Show. He’s a stand-up comedian and former host of the TV shows Bert the Conqueror and Trip Flip on Travel Channel. A 1997 Rolling Stone article called him “the top partyer at the Number One Party School in the country,” and inspired the 2002 movie National Lampoon’s Van Wilder. Bert has several stand-up specials on Netflix, including last year’s Hey Big Boy.