'Making It' Season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about NBC’s DIY reality show
After serving up some serious craft mania last year, 'Making It' is all set to return with its second season next month.
After serving up some serious craft mania last year, 'Making It' is all set to return with its second season next month. Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman will once again put on display their passion for crafts as a new batch of crafting champs fight it out to take home the $100,000 prize. Read on to know more about 'Making It' season 2.
'Making It' season 2 airs on December 2 at 10 pm ET/PT on NBC.
From Woodworkers to balloon artists, calligraphists, and fine artists, the new installment will see 10 crafters put on their best foot forward, create masterpieces with limited time and supply. To be judged by Dayna Isom Johnson and Simon Doonan, each episode will focus on stiff challenges ranging from office makeovers to 3D holiday creations using unconventional mediums such as food and felt. Excited much?
She may have sent out a kid-in-candy-land vibe in the maiden season, but this time Poehler is thrilled and ready to be back in the barn with his friend, Offerman. Besides being a star comedian, Poehler is also a top-notch producer (executive) and has a string shows to her credit, namely, 'Difficult People', 'I Feel Bad', 'Russian Doll', and 'Broad City' among others.
Offerman is a master woodworker himself, which makes it all the more exciting because he brings an interesting mix of humor and knowledge to the show. His passion for the craft made him establish a full-fledged furniture company — Offerman Woodshop — that's all things handmade.
Ashley Basnight (Norman, OK)
A Boeing software engineer, who took to crafting when she couldn't figure out what be the best, under-budget dining table for her apartment.
Aspen Vo Hasse (Marina, CA / San Francisco, CA)
From a display coordinator for Anthropologie to a full-time calligrapher, Aspen's journey has been interesting. She made a custom dance floor for her wedding and even hand-lettered her own wedding invitation cards.
Eagan Tilghman (Meridian, MS)
Eagan is a costume designer. He enjoys making elaborate designs for his seven siblings. His version of the Pennywise costume for his little brother went viral on social media.
Floyd Davis (Chicago, IL / Los Angeles, CA), Jamie Hudson (Portland, OR), Jessie Bearden (Austin, TX / New York, NY), Justine Silva, Lilly Jimenez (Miami, FL), Matt Kawika Ortiz (Honolulu, HI), and Rebecca Propes (Gilbert, AZ) are the rest of the cast members.
While the executive producers for the show are Amy Poehler, Nicolle Yaron, Nick Offerman, Dave Becky and Anthony Dominici, 'Making It' season 2 is being produced by Universal Television Alternative Studio in association with Paper Kite Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment.
NBC hasn’t released the official trailer for ‘Making It’ season 2. Watch this space for the latest updates.
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