ABC’s ultimate mini golf competition show, Holey Moley has been picked up for a second season.
- ABC today announced the new season pickup of Holey Moley, following its successful Summer Fun & Games debut on the network earlier this year.
- In the show’s second season, set to air in summer 2020, the world’s most extreme mini-golf obstacle course will return as all-new competitors take on daring new challenges in an attempt to win a cash prize.
- The season two course will be bigger and better than ever, featuring all-new holes, and bringing more drama, trick shots and hysterically impressive wipeouts.
- Rob Riggle and Joe Tessitore will return as color and play-by-play commentators, respectively, while Jeannie Mai will resume her role as sideline correspondent.
- NBA superstar Stephen Curry serves as an executive producer as well as the Holey Moley resident golf pro.
Stroke of genius:
- Holey Moley is the first-of-its-kind mini-golf competition series that showcases self-proclaimed miniature-golf lovers from around the country as they compete head-to-head through a series of matchups on an unparalleled, epic obstacle golf course.
- In its second season, eight competitors will test their skills on the Holey Moley course every week.
- Round one winners move on to round two; and from there, the finalists face off on the daunting “Mt. Holey Moley” hole.
- At the end of every episode, only one competitor will be crowned the winner and walk away with the $25,000 prize, “The Golden Putter” trophy and coveted Holey Moley plaid jacket.
- In August, it was announced that Holey Moley was nominated for the Series Launch of the Year at the Content Innovation Awards in Cannes.
- The award ceremony takes place at MIPCOM in October.
- Holey Moley is created by Eureka Productions, and produced by Eureka Productions and Unanimous Media.
- Executive producers:
- Chris Culvenor
- Paul Franklin
- Wes Dening
- Charles Wachter
- Michael O’Sullivan
- Jeron Smith
- Erick Peyton
- Stephen Curry
- Holey Moley is an original format created by Chris Culvenor of Eureka Productions