October 17, 2023

NBC is bringing back That's My Jam for a third season. Host and executive producer Jimmy Fallon made the announcement in an X post, the good news coming five months after the music and comedy variety series wrapped its sophomore run.

"Jimmy brings music, comedy, games and celebrities together in a way that only he can, and it's what makes That's My Jam an undeniable hit," said Corie Henson, Executive Vice President, Unscripted Content, NBCUniversal Entertainment. "We can't wait for the show to return for a third season with even more brilliant performances and viral moments audiences can't seem to get enough of."

The show's second season featured 10 episodes and one greatest hits hour, averaging 3.5 million total viewers across all platforms. Show clips and digital originals amassed over half a billion video views across YouTube, Facebook, X, Instagram and TikTok. It also received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Game Show.

In That's My Jam, Jimmy Fallon hosts some of entertainment's biggest stars as they play a variety of music and dance themed games, going head-to-head for five rounds of friendly competition that includes unforgettable moments and hilarious performances. The celebrity guests face a mix of challenges as they attempt to win cash prizes for their favorite charities.