That's My Jam US season 2: how to watch the Jimmy Fallon series

Joel McHale,, host Jimmy Fallon, Keke Palmer and Saweetie playing a game in That's My Jam season 2
That's My Jam season 2 (Image credit: Evans Vestal Ward/NBC)

Late-night host and Saturday Night Live alum Jimmy Fallon is back with That's My Jam season 2. He's ready to take things up a notch as he challenges some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry to show just how much music they know and how good their dance moves really are. 

In this new season, viewers not only get to see the debut of a few new games, but they also get to see celebrities like Abbott Elementary’s Quinta Brunson, The Voice's Chance the Rapper, Animal Control's Joel Mchale and Bel-Air's Jabari Banks engage in Fallon's unique brand of comedic chaos.

So what else can viewers look forward to in the slate of new episodes of the series? Here's everything we know about That’s My Jam season 2.  

How to watch That's My Jam season 2

That's My Jam season 2 has aired all six of its episodes for the season, with no more new episodes planned. However, if you want to catch up with any of them to see celebrities test their music knowledge, you can do so by streaming them on Peacock or

Peacock requires a subscription, which starts at $4.99 per month., meanwhile, is free, but you need to already be subscribed to a traditional pay-TV or live TV streaming service (i.e., FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or YouTube TV).

That's My Jam season 2 trailer 

Judging from the trailer, we can't help but be a little excited to see some of our favorite celebrities showcase their talent on the dance floor. 

That's My Jam season 2 premise

Here is the official synopsis of season 2: 

"Season 2 is jam-packed with 40 celebrity guests, expanding to 10 all-new episodes, plus a one-hour special of the series' greatest hits.

"Celebrity all-star teams will go head-to-head to battle it out in music, dance and trivia-based games, as well as musical performances, all while playing for a charity of their choice. 

"New games will be incorporated, including Turn the Beat Around, a musical charades-style game where celebs dance out clues on a giant spinning turn table while their partner guesses the name of a song; Don't Fear the Speaker, a team game where celebs alternate singing songs using only ridiculous words for their partners to identify; Drawing a Blank, a virtual reality-based game where celebs attempt to draw out music-based clues for their partners to guess; More Than a Feeling, a musical take on the popular Tonight Show game Can You Feel It?; and Bop Quiz, That's My Jam’s music-based retro trivia game. 

"There will also be elevated additions to Wheel of Impossible Karaoke, including Baby Got Back-Up, One Song Many Genres and Megamix – alongside returning fan favorites such as Perfect Mashup, Vinyl Countdown, Air Guitar, Disco Charades, Get Outta My Face, Don't Drop the Beat, Undercover Covers, Launch the Mic and Random Instrument Challenge."

That's My Jam season 2 celebrities

Jimmy Fallon behind a giant stereo in That's My Jam season 2

Jimmy Fallon, That's My Jam season 2 (Image credit: Evans Vestal Ward/NBC)

As mentioned, this season is rounded out by 40 celebrities. We've provided you with the full list just below. 

  • Chloe Bailey (Swarm)     
  • Halle Bailey (The Little Mermaid)       
  • Kelsea Ballerini
  • Jabari Banks (Bel-Air)
  • Alexa Bliss
  • Big Boi
  • Quinta Brunson (Abbott Elementary
  • Chance The Rapper (The Voice
  • Darren Criss (American Crime Story)
  • Jason DeRulo
  • Jenna Dewan (The Rookie
  • Renee Elise Goldsberry (She-Hulk: Attorney at Law)
  • Nikki Glaser (Trainwreck)
  • Taraji P. Henson (Empire)
  • Sarah Hyland (Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin)
  • Kesha
  • Patti LaBelle
  • Adam Lambert
  • Simu Liu (Barbie)
  • Joel McHale (Animal Control)
  • Julia Michaels (Point Break
  • French Montana
  • Keke Palmer (Nope)
  • Jay Pharoah (SNL)
  • Billy Porter (Pose)
  • Diallo Riddle (South Side)
  • Craig Robinson (Killing It)
  • Bashir Salahuddin (Top Gun: Maverick
  • Nicole Scherzinger (The Masked Singer)
  • JoJo Siwa (So You Think You Can Dance)
  • John Stamos (Big Shot)
  • Kenan Thompson (Kenan
  • Mike "The Miz?
  • Quavo (Praise This)
  • Will.I.Am     
  • Saweetie 
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