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Second season The Titan GamesGuided and produced by the legendary WWE Superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, will premiere Monday night at 8 pm. ET on NBC with a two-hour special episode.
The show, which can be watched on NBC, NBC.com or the NBC application, will return to the weekly episode one hour a week after its debut.
With the upcoming Season 2 premiere, The Titan Games released the following preview video on its YouTube page for the event hype:
Johnson also explained the concept and revealed that there would be interesting new touches during the second season:
Apart from ordinary people participating The Titan Games, Olympics and star athletes from UFC, NFL and other sports will compete. The episodes were recorded before the coronavirus pandemic, but those involved with the show have managed to protect the identity of the athletes so far.
In its promo hype for Season 2, The Rock also mentioned the importance of bringing athletic competition back to television since new sporting events were few and far between during the past few months due to the pandemic.
When it was announced last year The Titan Games has been updated for the second season, Johnson said the following about what the fans of the event can expect, according to Joe Otterson from Variation:
“When we launched The Titan Games, we started to create an entirely new athletic competition series, like never before. I am happy to be able to return to the arena of Titan and meet tough, unlimited and inspirational groups of men and women from all walks of life. They will be tested mentally and physically at the highest level, will face each other in our evil and crazy challenges. Season 1 is epic and our Titans push all limits, so for the second season we take it to the next level with new challenges, new arena settings and a series of extraordinary competitors.“
One competitor in Season 2 that might be known by some viewers is Dasha Kuret, who works for All Elite Wrestling under the name Dasha Gonzalez as a Spanish ring commentator and announcer.
Curette previously worked for WWE as Dasha Fuentes. He signed a development agreement to become a wrestler before the transition to call the announcement, but he was released from the company last year.
Per Kathleen Christiansen from Orlando Sentinel, Curette expressed excitement for his involvement in The Titan Games: “Being able to be given the opportunity is one of the coolest things, to meet many people who have the same mindset about health and fitness and the goal of achieving Titan status is one of the coolest things ever. “
The Titan Games featuring four male and female competitors per episode during the first season, and they were each assigned to complete a series of obstacle courses. One man and one woman will be declared victors after conquering Mount Olympus, and they are both awarded $ 100,000.
It is unclear how the athlete’s involvement will affect the format for Season 2, but it promises to be an interesting and competitive show.
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