The release date for Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon season 4 — Pending
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About the series
An NBC reality docuseries, Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon has originally premiered in December 2014, while the most recent third season was launched on October 14, 2016 with six new episodes. The show is executive produced by Aretha Marshall, Benjamin Ringe, Keith McKay, Knute Walker, Michael Goldman and Nick Cannon and hails from Ncredible Entertainment and Peacock Productions.
Hosted by rapper, comedian and television personality Nick Cannon, who has hosted America`s Got Talent and Wild `N Out in the past, the program features a diverse range of stories that were captured by means of cell phones, security and dash cams, as well as trending hits from Vine and stories from news crews from across the globe.
Viewership and chances of renewal
The current third season premiered to 3.08 million viewers with an episode that concentrated on wild weather stories, and went down to 2.56 million viewers for episode four. The topics covered in the preceding seasons range anywhere from car crashes and weddings gone wrong to fighting dogs and videos from Russia. The viewership is slightly lower than the preceding season`s average of approximately 3.5 million viewers per episode. The 3.9/10 IMDb rating is far from impressive, but programs like America`s Funniest Home Videos and Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon have some inherent entertainment appeal that allows the audience to relax, so we are expecting another season to be commissioned in the future.
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