Season one of NBC's "Better Late Than Never" has just finished, and it is still unconfirmed whether or not the show will return for another season. After all, it is not that easy to produce the series, and a lot of fans are worried that this reason might discourage NBC to release season 2.
According to Bustle, should the show return for its second season after getting renewed by NBC, it will still require at least a few months for production. As such, with the already packed regular season schedule, the second season of "Better Late Than Never" might not have room in the channel anymore. With this, it is possible for it to instead premiere sometime during the summer of 2017.
For those unfamiliar with the series, "Better Late Than Never" is based on the premise of a show from South Korea, which is a bit eccentric compared to other shows with a similar genre. It features the cast traveling to various countries in Asia.
In season one, the cast of "Better Late Than Never " visited South Korea to understand the K-Pop phenomenon. Terry Bradshaw, Jeff Dye, George Foreman, William Shatner, and Henry Winkler are featured learning how to dance to the tune of Girls' Generation's popular song "Gee."
This trip, however, was not only centered on meeting the popular K-Pop all-girl group, since as mentioned above, it was also about learning more about the K-Pop Culture. According to Game N Guide, the veteran hosts were also able to learn about the country's technological advancements, unique night life, delicious food, and varied geography.
The season finale featured the cast traveling to Thailand, and it was entitled "A Thai Goodbye."
"Better Late Than Never" ended its first season with 7.7 million viewers, and because of the positive viewership, it is possible for the show to have another season in NBC next summer.