At the Winter Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, National Geographic Global Television Networks President Courteney Monroe announced that there will be an additional season of “Brain Games”, with Keegan-Michael Key returning as host, was greenlit ahead of its new season debut.
Shot in front of a live studio audience, “Brain Games” challenges some of the world’s biggest celebrities to realize their special brain power through fun and highly entertaining interactive games, illusions and social experiments that will reveal the “why” behind the “wow.” On Monday, January 20th on the National Geographic at 8/7c with two back-to-back episodes, “Brain Games” launches with everyone’s favorite Hollywood couple, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, going head-to-head in the “Battle of the Sexes,” a series of games designed to reveal how men’s and women’s brains differ; then immediately following at 9/8c, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning Ted Danson learns how our brains distinguish fact from fiction.
The new season of “Brain Games” is packed with the world’s biggest celebrities, including Tiffany Haddish, Drew Brees, Jordan Peele, Meghan Trainor, Anthony Anderson, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jack Black, Mark Cuban, Kevin Hart and Rebel Wilson. With the help of host Key, along with world-famous mentalist Lior Suchard and field correspondent and neuroscientist Cara Santa Maria, each episode delivers shocking revelations on the science of our brains and surprising explanations behind why we do what we do, making it a television event for the whole family. Join in on the fun as “Brain Games” reveals the incredible science of what makes our brains tick!
The earlier seasons of “Brain Games” are available now on Disney+ and the new season should be available on Disney+ once it’s finished it’s run on the National Geographic channel.
Are you looking forward to the new “Brain Games”?