Have you seen them? If not, they’re the Pajama Boys. They’re the Amazon Warriors. They’re Gorilla Gangsters. They’re the Botskis. They’re the Great Banquet Boys. They’re the Neighborhood Bulls—-men.
They all travel the world, looking for the great national and local parties. Enter the lighthearted comedy The Great, Season 2, premieres Nov. 9. It follows the hilarious escapades of a travel agent, Julie Bradford (Allison Tolman), along with her work crew: Ezra (Aaron Scott), Lou (Jared Keeso), Cyrus (Bill Payne), Jason (Mason Cook), Garrett (Brandon Routh), and Kevin (Vinnie Jones).
Despite their beautiful locations, Julie and the gang keep rolling out the same party-crashing strategies year after year. They’re constantly trying to get involved in situations, to please the social media hordes, to appear relatable, to find the most prominent foreign travelers, to make their own mark on history, and in the end, to meet their target audience. Julie hopes to get the globetrotting reality series off the ground before her company is sold to a major multi-national conglomerate that will put their lifestyles at risk.
The Great is produced by Alpha and Comedy Works Studios. Executive producers are Chris Hardwick, Phil Berger, Jason Friedberg, Aaron Scott, Jade Dunning, Jeffrey Caine, and Wayne Lusner.
Click here for more information on The Great, Season 2, streamed Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. EST and Dec. 2 at 12 a.m. EST.