Sign Up for Truck Night in America Season 2•
We continue to get blog messages and email about Truck Night in America season 2, so here’s a little update on the show. Yes, Truck Night in America has been renewed for a second season, and that’s great because truck lovers just can’t seem to get enough of it! This article explains how you can sign up to get on Truck Night in America season 2.
The best thing about the show is how real it is: These are real drivers and DIY mechanics just like you. They put their blood, sweat and tears into their builds, and History Channel® films all the wonderful off-road carnage you can handle. The winner of the competition takes home $10,000, which is probably just enough to fix up the truck and upgrade the suspension. Truly, this show is about spirit and competition, not “getting rich.”
Want to Compete on Season 2?
To get on the show, you need to apply online now. Don’t wait another minute, because the application has been up since May 2018. You never know, though! There may be spaces left for contestants, so if you think you and your truck have what it takes to win, we wish you good luck. (You’ll need it.)
Will It Air in 2019?
There’s no official word on when the first episode will be, but we’ll update this page when we find out. Since season 1 of Truck Night in America premiered in March 2018, we predict season 2 will also air in March of 2019.
Who Watches This Show?
If you’re wondering what the chances are that you’ll actually enjoy this program, ask yourself, “Would I enjoy watching trucks compete in off-road mayhem on a weekly basis?” If you said yes, then you found your answer! If you’re not sure, then we’re not sure how you made it this far into this update. The men and women featured on this show are freaking passionate about competing big-ass trucks against other big-ass trucks. We love that the off-road community is as diverse as it is intense. You should never judge a book by it’s cover, and that goes doubly so for the contestants on Truck Night in America season 2.
Keep following us for more updates, and let us know in the comments if you applied, made it on the show or just need more information. Thanks!
P.S. BendPak is not affiliated with Truck Night in America, so 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.
I would like to see the new F150, Chevy 1500@ February 20th, 2019 at 12:55
& Dodge 1500 all 4×4 and the same wheel base.
And let ‘s not forget the Toyota compete for top truck. Being all things equal including tires.
I would love this show because my childhood hero Kyle Busch is on racing brother kurt on the show and well I am praying for rowdy to tweet or Instagram follow and oh well@ February 20th, 2019 at 18:41
I’m ok with NASCAR drivers competing but why did y’all let them cheat by not competing in the first challenge! Which knocked out 40% of the competition?@ February 21st, 2019 at 19:46