1/17/19 Update: We might as well say something right here and clear up any confusion. BendPak is not affiliated with Truck Night in America, and we cannot get you on the show. Our updates and information come at our own discretion and are not reflective of History Channel’s stances or opinions. We just really like trucks.
5/1/18 Update: APPLY TO BE ON SEASON TWO NOW!!! (Sorry for shouting.)
Last month we announced that a new History Channel production, Truck Night in America, would be airing on prime-time television. We were excited about the idea of big ol’ trucks being built to spec, getting ruined by mud and abuse, and then brought back to life again on a weekly basis. As it turns out, we’re not alone. The show’s premiere broke the Top 40 most watched shows. That’s not bad, considering the main competition was basketball, basketball and more basketball, as well as other mainstream media news programs.
The comments section on this blog was full of responses to the show. Some loved it, some wanted more. Feedback like that pretty much comes with the territory of any new show. Most people, however, wanted to know how to get on Truck Night in America to become a contestant. To be honest, we were initially a bit flummoxed. There’s no information on (what we think is) the show’s official Facebook page, and we couldn’t find it on the production company’s site, either.
Then came a stroke of luck. Teresa Lummus, a contestant on the show, reached out and had this to say:
I saw a post on Facebook about a new show being cast. I clicked on the link and filled in the info. When they start casting for season 2 I’m sure it will be on the Facebook page
But, we have an update! You can now APPLY TO BE ON SEASON TWO! No idea how long this link will be active, so act quickly.
BendPak loves car and truck shows, so we’ll keep this blog updated with information on how to get on Truck Night in America, as well as other news about the shows you love. If you’ve got questions and would like to see answers, let us know!
Thanks for reading, drivers.