The second run will comprise eight episodes after the first (pictured) scored an average 1.7 rating and a strong share of the 18-49 demographic.
“This series thrust our celebrities out of their comfort zones and into exciting, unpredictable situations and they rose to the occasion each week,” said Paul Telegdy, president, alternative and late night programming, NBC Entertainment. “We are thrilled to bring new challenges and up the ante for season two.”
The talent format, in which celebrities attempt to learn incredible new talents, comes from Armoza Formats. It is currently in production in 15 territories.