Summer docuseries “Better Late Than Never,” which followed the traveling exploits of Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, George Foreman and comedian Jeff Dye, has been renewed by NBC for a second season.
“Like everyone else, we fell in love with all the adventures Henry, William, Terry, George and Jeff faced as they educated themselves and adapted to new customs in foreign cities,” said Paul Telegdy, president, alternative and reality group, NBC Entertainment. “This innovative format allows for unprecedented escapades that cut through the clutter and grabbed viewer’s attention. We can’t wait to see what places they explore and how they adapt to their environment in season two.”
No location has yet been set for the series’ second season, but all five are set to return. “Better Late Than Never,” which is based on a series called “Grandpa Over Flowers” in China and South Korea, is executive produced by Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Winkler, Jason Ehrlich, Alex Katz and Tim Crescenti. Universal Television Alternative Studio produces the show in association with Storyline Entertainment, Small World IFT and CJ Entertainment & Media.