NBC has released details about tonight’s second season premiere of Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon. The show began as a special and has become a series that airs in half-hour and hour formats.
Here are the details:
“CAUGHT ON CAMERA WITH NICK CANNON” BEGINS SECOND SEASON FRIDAY, JAN. 22 AT 8 P.M.
Series Takes a Peek at High-Risk Activities, Playful Events and Everything in Between
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – Jan. 22, 2016 – The second season of the high-energy NBC series “Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon” is set to debut Friday, Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
“Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon” lets viewers in on the hijinks captured by the unblinking eyes of cell phones, dash cams, security cameras, news crews and camcorders around the world.
The series is storytelling at its best, providing a first-person account of what’s happening on screen from those who lived it, recorded it and saw it happen, as told in their own words.
Highlights of the second season include everything from car crashes, BASE jumpers gone wrong, cats fighting dogs and heartwarming videos of soldiers returning home.
“Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon” is executive produced by Keith McKay and Knute Walker for Peacock Productions and Nick Cannon and Michael Goldman for NCredible Entertainment. Sharon Scott is the President and General Manager of Peacock Productions.
About Peacock Productions:
Peacock Productions, a division of NBC News, is a nonfiction production company that combines the editorial expertise, technical resources and seasoned talent of NBCUniversal to create series, events and live specials for global audiences. Peacock Productions reaches more than 300 million people worldwide every year across broadcast, cable, syndication, and emerging platforms with its award-winning specials and series. Sharon Scott is the President and General Manager. For more information, visit: http://www.peacockproductions.tv/
About NCredible Entertainment:
Founded by Nick Cannon in 2009, NCredible Entertainment has established itself as a true multimedia production entity with content in television, film, music and consumer products. When not in front of the camera or a live audience, Cannon is busy shepherding his highly successful multi-media company producing TV and film projects, including TeenNick’s annual “Halo Awards” with a record-setting 3 million viewers across Nickelodeon networks in November 2014, “Drumline: A New Beat” for Fox Television Studios and VH1 (with 2.4 million viewers in October of 2014), and continuing to produce highly successful series such as “Wild N Out” for MTV2 (which just wrapped production on its seventh season) and the “Teen Nick Top 10 Countdown” now going into production on its fifth season. December 2014 also saw the release of Ncredible Entertainment’s successful new show for Nickelodeon, “React to That,” based on the “React” YouTube channel. Ncredible Entertainment recently wrapped pilot production on the new version of “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” for NBC and production has begun on season one of NCredible’s unscripted drama “Assistants of Atlanta” for Oxygen. “School Dance,” which was Canon’s debut feature film as a writer, director and producer, was released by Lionsgate in 2014.
What do you think? Do you enjoy this show? Do you plan on watching the new episodes?