After night two of the season debut of “The Voice” on Tuesday, March 7 at 10PM ET/PT, the new season of “That’s My Jam” will launch on NBC and be available to stream on Peacock the following day. The second season features an additional ten brand-new episodes and a one-hour greatest-hits special, with a total of forty famous guests.
Celebrity guests this season include Chloe & Halle Bailey, Kelsea Ballerini, Jabari Banks, Alexa Bliss, Big Boi, Quinta Brunson, Chance The Rapper, Darren Criss, Jason DeRulo, Jenna Dewan, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Nikki Glaser, Taraji P. Henson, Sarah Hyland, Kesha, Patti LaBelle, Adam Lambert and Simu to name just a few.
Teams of famous people will compete against one another in a variety of musical and dance-themed activities and challenges, as well as musical performances, all in the name of charity. Celebrity guests Kelsea Ballerini, Julia Michaels, Jason Derulo, and Nicole Scherzinger put their musical chops to the test in the season premiere for a chance to win the show’s prized golden boom box.
Among the new additions is Turn the Beat Around, a musical charades-style game in which celebrities dance out clues on a big spinning turn table while their partner guesses the name of a song; More Than a Feeling, a musical take on the popular “Tonight Show” game Can You Feel It?, Bop Quiz, “That’s My Jam’s” music-based retro trivia game, and “Don’t Fear the Speaker,” a team game where celebrities alternate singing songs using only ridiculous words for their partners to identify. In addition to returning fan favorites like Perfect Mashup, Vinyl Countdown, Air Guitar, Disco Charades, Get Outta My Face, Don’t Drop the Beat, Undercover Covers, Launch the Mic, and Random Instrument Challenge, the Wheel of Impossible Karaoke will also feature elevated additions like Baby Got Back-Up, One Song Many Genres, and Megamix.
That’s My Jam is a music and comedy game show that takes cues from classic “Tonight Show” segments. In each episode, two celebrity duos compete against one another in a variety of musical and dance-based competitions and performances to raise money for a designated charity.
The show “That’s My Jam” is a collaboration between Universal Television Alternative Studio and Jimmy Fallon’s Electric Hot Dog Productions. The executive producers are Fallon, Jim Juvonen, and Mike Yurchuk.
The first season is now available to stream in its entirety on Peacock.
After recent popularity in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, NBCUniversal Formats has licensed the hit entertainment series for distribution in Italy, Spain, and Mongolia.