ABC is taking a trip back to the mini-golf course.
The network has officially renewed its Steph Curry-produced unscripted series, “Holey Moley,” for a second season today. The news comes several months after the summer series wrapped up its first season back in August.
“Holey Moley’s” newly announced second season is set to air sometime in the summer of 2020, mirroring its first season’s summer run. Rob Riggle and Joe Tessitore are set to reprise their roles as the show’s commentators, while Jeannie Mai will return as a sideline correspondent. Curry himself will also continue to appear as the series’ resident golf pro, in addition to serving as an executive producer on the show.
Created by Chris Culvenor, the series follows self-proclaimed mini-golf lovers from all around the country, as they appear on the show to compete head-to-head through a series of obstacles on the show’s mini-golf course. Additionally, ABC promises that the course itself will be “bigger and better than ever, featuring all-new holes, and bringing more drama, trick shots and hysterically impressive wipeouts” in the second season.
“Holey Moley” got off to a pretty good start in the ratings, but tapered off in the back half of its first season. The series averaged a 0.7 rating in the adults 18-49 demo with 3.22 million viewers, making it ABC’s seventh-highest-rated show of the summer.