I Survived a Japanese Game Show's second season will feature a format similar to last summer's first season, which followed a group of American contestants as they traveled to Japan and competed in a series of challenges traditionally seen on Japanese game shows.
Justin Wood, a financial representative from Trussville, AL, took home the show's first-season title and claimed the $250,000 grand prize.
Mamasan, the contestants' house mother, and Rome Kanda, the host of the fictional game show the contestants compete on, will both reprise their roles for I Survived a Japanese Game Show's second season.
In addition to I Survived a Japanese Game Show's second-season premiere, ABC also announced that Here Comes the Newlyweds' second season will debut Monday, May 25 at 10PM ET/PT and Wipeout's second season will premiere Wednesday, May 27 at 8PM ET/PT.
Later in the summer, ABC also plans to debut two additional new reality series. The Superstars, a celebrity-themed Superstars revival that will pair celebrities and professional athletes into two-person teams that will compete in various sporting events, will premiere Tuesday, June 23 at 8PM ET/PT while Dating in the Dark, a dating series that will follow single men and women as they go through all the usual motions of dating without ever actually seeing each other, will debut Monday, July 20 at 10PM ET/PT.
ABC had previously revealedThe Bachelorette's fifth season, which will star Jason Mesnick's former The Bachelor suitor Jill Harris, will premiere on Monday, May 18 at 9PM ET/PT.