'Making It' Season 2 Preview: Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman promise blockbuster explosions and drama this holiday
What makes 'Making It' all the more interesting is it celebrates tradition, hand-me-downs, and it's right in time for the holidays.
'Making It' Season 2 is all set to return to NBC with holdover hosts Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler. If the latest trailer is anything to go by, then we have a winner already.
The makers of the show released a fun intro-trailer yesterday just to give the viewers an idea of how fun it's going to get and we are not disappointed. The video shows Offerman and Poehler engage in a war of words, which is generously dotted with craft terms - glue gun, googly eyes and such.
Talking to E News, Offerman said the current season is going to set the bar equal with a lot of blockbusters explosions, CGI, and drama. "We saw how well it went in Season 1. And we did what any smart producers would do, and we're gonna just. Keep it the same," Poehler admitted but with a poker face, which means there's more to it. Are you excited about the new challenges? The hosts sure are and cannot wait to pick up craft phrases on the job.
Even though Offerman has been a woodworker, his knowledge about DIY and craft remains limited. He confessed to not knowing that glue guns come in different sizes and also cordless. "In my woodshop, I'm sort of set in my ways, and so I'm not out in the world, I'm not receiving tool catalogs or keeping up with what the kids are doing, so there are always exciting new innovations," he said.
What makes 'Making It' all the more interesting is it celebrates tradition, hand-me-downs, and it's right in time for the holidays. Imagine sending out hand-made gifts to your loved ones — how appreciative are they going to get?
This year, the show will witness some of the finest, most skillful artists get to work to create the best craft masterpieces. And, judges Dayna Isom Johnson and Simon Doonan are all set to throw interesting challenges at the crafters, which they'd have to make using unconventional mediums such as food and felt.
'Making It' Season 2 airs on December 2 at 10 pm ET/PT on NBC.