Don’t Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:
Don’t is an American reality game show hosted by Adam Scott and made by Ryan Reynolds. Contestants win money by doing funny or silly tasks while following the one rule “DON’T.”
Is there going to be a second season of Don’t? When does it start on ABC? Fans are beginning to wonder if the show will have another season now that series is over. In this post, we’ve put together what we know about the upcoming season so far.
Don’t Season 2 Release Date:
ABC’s Don’t didn’t last very long, as the show was cancelled after only one season. It started off well in the summer of 2020 and had an average of 3 million viewers per week. Even among ABC’s game shows, it was the fourth most popular in the preview but the least popular with the whole audience.
Since the show was cancelled, it seems unlikely that there will be any more seasons of Don’t.
Don’t won’t be back for a second season. After one season, ABC ended the show. When will Don’t Season 2 come out? ABC cancelled the game show after one season.
Don’t Season 2 Trailer Release:
We haven’t got an official trailer for season 2 yet. We are also still waiting for ABC to tell us what’s going on. Here is the most recent ad/trailer that has been shared through press releases and social media:
For each episode, the four-person teams compete in five rounds, each of which is worth up to $20,000 USD. The Don’t Push Button can give the teams an extra $20,000, and the Don’t You Dare can give them an extra $5,000. Each game’s name starts with “Don’t,” which is how it got its name.
Be Shocked: While attempting to answer true or false questionnaire, each teammate gets an electric shock. If the answer is right, they earn money, but if it’s wrong, they get shocked.
Blink: The team starts with 20,000 USD in their bank, and they can’t blink for a whole minute. Every time a teammate blinks, $500 is taken away.
Embarrass Yourself: One team member is suspended from the ceiling over a pool while the remaining three team members answer questions. For each correct answer, the team gets $5,000. But the player who is suspended is wearing pants that are too big, and every time a wrong result is given, a button on the pants pops off.
If three teammates give wrong answers, the player will fall into the pool.
Talk to Strangers is a game where one player is bound and gagged and the other three are managed to make to sit next to one another by a look-alike. If the blindfolded player correctly guesses the family member, he or she wins $5,000, and if all the families are correctly guessed, the player wins $20,000.
Stop, Use Fowl Language, Lose Your Grip, Look Back, Leave Me Hanging, Get Clocked, Make Me Turn This Car Around, and more games are like these.
Before starting the second game, the team can decide whether or not to press the “Don’t Push” button. If the tasks that come after it are done perfectly, the money that can be won goes from $20,000 to $40,000.
At a certain point in the game, there is a side challenge called “Don’t You Dare” that must be done. The remaining teammates can either keep going with it or make their games harder. No matter how the game turned out, if the team did the challenge or accepted it, they would get $5,000 USD.
The most a team can win is $125,000 if they play all 5 games perfectly, use the “Don’t Push” button, and finish the “Don’t You Dare” side challenge.
Everything You Need to Know About Don’t Season 2:
There would be 60 minutes between each episode. There would be four-person teams that have to complete challenges like “Don’t Blink,” “Don’t Look Back,” and “Don’t Play Ball in the House” while also building their own bank.
If anyone falls behind with the challenge at any point, the team is losing the money and has to deal with even more ludicrous consequences. During the match, they could even take on their own challenges, like pushing the Don’t Push Button or risking their lives on a Don’t You Dare, You. After all, they can keep whatever money is left in the financial institution they built.