With the first season finale slated for May 8, casting has begun for the second season of the Little Big Shots TV show on NBC. A talent show of sorts, Little Big Shots features what NBC calls “the world’s most talented and extraordinary kids.”
Parents whose children have an “amazing, funny, or entertaining talent” are encouraged to apply now at NBC.com/casting#lbs. Per NBC, Little Big Shots is not a competition, “just a celebration of fun, talented, and unique kids.” Little Big Shots is executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres and by Steve Harvey, who also hosts the show.
Here is NBC’s press release about casting season two of Little Big Shots. The release also includes episode summaries for the two final episodes of Little Big Shots, season one, airing Sunday, May 1 and May 8, at 8:00pm ET/PT.
News April 28, 2016
NBC’S HIT SERIES ‘LITTLE BIG SHOTS’ CLOSES OUT ITS FIRST SEASON WITH TWO FINAL EPISODES MAY 1 & 8; CASTING FOR SEASON 2 HAS BEGUN.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – April 28, 2016 – Season one of NBC’s hit series ‘Little Big Shots’ will come to a close with two final episodes airing Sunday, May 1 and May 8 (8-9 p.m. ET), while the search for extraordinary and talented kids for season two has begun. Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey executive produce the popular, family-friendly series, with Harvey also serving as host.
Packed with more talented kids than ever in one show, the May 1 episode of ‘Little Big Shots’ features a seven-year-old theater critic (Arlington, VA), a pool prodigy (Fishers, IN) and an 11-year-old girl (Memphis, TN) who is the youngest dancer on Janet Jackson’s tour. Also featured are a ballet duo (Scottsdale, AZ and Frisco, TX), a mini Steve Irwin (Australia), a seven-year-old rapper (Los Angeles, CA), a super speedy cup stacker (Pembroke Pines, FL), a drum line major (Raleigh, NC), an 11-year-old snake charmer (Detroit, MI), a seven-year-old boy from England who does scooter tricks and an incredible six-year-old limbo skater from India.
Season one will end with a special ‘Little Big Shots: Top 10 Moments” episode on May 8, including never-before-seen footage of new extraordinary kids. Favorite moments from the unforgettable first season will be showcased, along with new moments of Jeremy Yong, an 11-year-old guitar prodigy from Australia, Dem Bague Boyz, a talented hip hop trio (Roseville, CA) and Hurricane Holdy, an impressive eight-year-old gymnast (West Hills, CA).
Casting for season two of ‘Little Big Shots’ is now underway. Parents whose kids have an amazing, funny or entertaining talent are encouraged to apply now at http://www.nbc.com/casting#lbs. The show is not a competition, just a celebration of fun, talented and unique kids.
“Little Big Shots” is executive produced by DeGeneres, Harvey, Jeff Kleeman, Gerald Washington, Robin Ashbrook, Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly and Andy Lassner. Alison Holloway is the co-executive producer. The series is produced by 112th Street Productions and A Very Good Production in association with Warner Horizon Television.
What do you think? Have you watched the first season of NBC’s Little Big Shots TV show? Do you plan to watch the second? Do you know a little big shot who could steal the show?