'I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of the RV,' says Bradley
Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad, where The Chase star hits the road with his 21-year-old son Barney, is returning for a second series on ITV.
After finishing series one in the deep South, the second run will see the pair start their “next epic adventure” at the southern tip of America, the Florida Keys. Their route will see them pass through Florida, Georgia and then go through the East Coast States.
Speaking about heading off again with his son, Bradley said: “Hitting the road with Barney last year was one of the best experiences of my life and I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of the RV. As long as Barney promises not to forget the HobNobs and the Arsenal duvet, we’ll have a blast.”
With Bradley approaching his 60th birthday, Barney thinks his old man might be getting a bit stuck in his ways and that’s something he plans to change on this trip!
Barney revealed: “We had a great time last year but it’s definitely time to take it to the next level. Dad is always happiest on the sofa in his slippers but I’ve got a few surprises up my sleeve for this trip to make sure he is pushed to his absolute limit. I can’t wait!”
Dan Baldwin, Executive Producer at Hungry Bear Media added: “Bradley and Barney have embarked on another spine-tingling adventure across America. This series captures the beauty, love and laughs that emanate from the special relationship between a father and his son.
“There will be thrills and spills along the way as Barney pushes his dad out of a TV studio and into the great outdoors of the east coast of America. Expect everything from banjo sing-alongs to face-to-face meetings with sharks. ITV viewers are, once again, in for a real treat.”
Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad will be back for a second series next year.
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