The release date for All in with Cam Newton season 2 — Pending
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Series info and concept
All in with Cam Newton is a brand new Nickelodeon docu-series that has premiered on June 3, 2016. Magical Elves is behind the production, and Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz and Cam Newton serve as executive producers. The freshman season contains 20 half-hour episodes. NFL star quarterback Cam Newton acts as the energetic and goofy host of the series.
The program matches kids with a dream with appropriate mentors in order to help them fulfill their dreams. The dreams vary wildly – they are dreams, after all, and their fulfillment includes such amazing experiences as training with Dominique Dawes, a three-time Olympian gymnast, perfecting illusionist skills with David Copperfield, hanging out and learning tricks with pro BMX riders Daniel Sandoval and Mat Hoffman or going to an animal clinic to learn the tricks of the trade from a veterinarian.
Reviews and prospects of renewal
The show is getting mostly good reviews, and we can see why – the host has a good way with children, the premise of the show is a very inspiring and positive one, and it features professionals of the highest caliber. An encounter with such people may make a lifelong impression on the children and really drive them forward in pursuing their dreams. While Cam has been criticized as an immature showoff before, this seems to be the perfect place to turn these questionable qualities to his advantage in communicating with kids. No announcements have yet been made about the future of the series, so please stay tuned for further information.
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