Young Rock Has Been Renewed For A Third Season By NBC

Young Rock Has Been Renewed For A Third Season By NBC

Young Rock, WWE Megastar Dwayne Johnson and his Seven Bucks Productions company, has been renewed for a third season by NBC.

Young Rock’s second season is premiering on NBC Tuesday nights and will be accessible on Peacock the following day. The show has been revived for a third season by NBC, whereas American Auto and Grand Crew have been revived for second seasons. In a press release issued today, NBC stated that Young Rock is the show’s top prime time comedy in the 18-49 target group.

Over 11 episodes, season one of Young Rock averaged 3.036 million viewers and a 0.62 key demo rating. Season two has averaging nearly 2.150 million viewers with a 0.40 key demo score through 9 events as of this week.

As of this writing, The Rock had not commented on the renewal, but Seven Bucks Vice President as well as former WWE scriptwriter Brian Gewirtz responded to the NBC declaration on Twitter. We’ve returned, baby! I can’t wait to get started on Season 3 of #YoungRock! This is going to be a crazy week! , Gewirtz penned the piece.

Joseph Lee Anderson, Stacey Leilua, Ana Tuisila, Adrian Groulx, Bradley Constant, Uli Latukefu, Fasitua Amosa, John Tui, and Matthew Willig co-star in the show.

Nahnatchka Khan and Jeff Chiang created the show, which was inspired by Rock’s life. Executive Producers include Rock, Khan, Chiang, Gewirtz, Dany Garcia, Jennifer Carreras, and Hiram Garcia, and the show is produced by Seven Bucks, Universal Television, and Fierce Baby Productions.

There is no word on when Young Rock season 3 will begin filming or air, but we will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

“I Used To Write Sitcoms,” Gewirtz Explained

Brian Gewirtz also talked about how he met The Rock for the first time while working for MTV. Their friendship evolved from there, and while both were in WWE, Gewirtz became The Rock’s personal writer. I used to write sitcoms, Gewirtz explained. That had always been my ambition. I never considered working with WWE. Dwayne Johnson, who I met while working for MTV and doing these specials together, was the one who asked me if I had ever considered working for WWF at the time. The gears have been set in motion. He had previously led a WrestleMania with Austin when I saw him in July 1999.

His thinking was similar to what it is now. He is unconcerned with the number of credits you have or your background. He is receptive to new ideas. That approach was carried over not only in his wrestling promos, but also in television shows and other enterprises. It’s always a blast putting together this season’s script and reminiscing about all the moments we’d spend crafting WWE promos.

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Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.