The variety show will return for Season 2.
July 2, 2015
NBC announced today that I Can Do That has been renewed for a second season. The freshman variety series fared well for the network through its six-week run, going undefeated in its time period on Tuesday nights.
NBC has upped the episode count to eight for Season 2, which will likely return next spring.
07/12/15 at 12:36pm
I made no attempt to even watch this, i guess missed out huh
07/09/15 at 09:31am
This show is awesome! The celebs had a great relationship. It was really fun!
07/07/15 at 12:20pm
I don't get the appeal.... watching other people do things... is this just an excuse for those that sit around on their couch all day? Something to make them FEEL like they are actually having life experiences when they aren't???
07/05/15 at 06:18pm
Jin ... I was actually surprised and happy with the celebrities they had on ... They are all far from z list ..
07/03/15 at 03:41pm
Mark they actually did say they can do that and guess what?? They tried and succeeded. Holding guns to people and telling them to do something? You're sick.
07/03/15 at 00:22am
I've had more fun watching snails move in mud. The show looked staged as to who did what task. Plus could they pick better celebrities. At least pick "F" ones and not "Z" ones.
07/02/15 at 05:38pm
I saw the ads for this show and rolled my eyes. I watched it anyway and from the first episode I was hooked. I love it!! I loved the chemistry between the people on the show and I enjoyed majority of the acts. I cannot believe how entertaining it was and I'm actually sad it season finaled so quickly.
07/02/15 at 04:39pm
Love the show
07/02/15 at 04:06pm
Wait. What? NBC has a show called "I can do that"? Let me guess. People say "I can do that" and then they try and they can't.
A better show would be "I can't do that" where people are forced at gun point to do things they say they can't. THAT'S Must Watch TV!
07/02/15 at 02:46pm
Not surprised it would come back in the spring. No way this would survive with a regular fall/winter schedule of new shows.