TBS Celebrates Season 2 of ‘Wrecked’ With Pop Up Island Celebration

Our favorite hopeless, stranded and hilarious plane wrecked gang is back for another season!

Wrecked, the story of strangers fighting for survival on an island somewhere in the Pacific takes us on a journey of navigating through life without the comfort of cellphones, fast food restaurants and most importantly, social media. With more than 5.2 million viewers per episode in its first season, Wrecked was TBS’s top original comedy last year.The cast gets into ridiculously comical situations and handles each obstacle with teamwork, some bickering and a lot humor.

TBS kicked off season 2 with a one of a kind pop up island which took off from a scenic marina in Marina Del Rey down the coast. Guests and influencers joined the cast on the replica island and were able to get a little taste of the stranded life. In the center of the island was the infamous plane wreck from the fatal crash. Unlike life on the island, entertainment was no issue  at the Wrecked party where attendees had the option of palm tree climbing, skee ball, mini golf and boar riding. A party favorite was the pig, yes a real little baby pig that quickly melted our hearts. Guests were also lucky enough to walk away with a brand new pair of sunglasses from Shwood eyewear.

As the sun set on the marina, guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and sipped on champagne while DJ Lady X set the vibes. The photo booth concept was taken to a whole new level as guests were able to completely immerse themselves in the plan wrecked experience with an aerial camera that filmed you waving for help. The whole set only increased the anticipation for the what fans can expect of the shenaningans in season 2. Cast member, Asif Ali who plays Pack Hara on the shows says, season 2 will definitely be more extreme and exciting than season 1. Season 2 premieres Tuesday, June 20 with two back to back episodes starting at 10/9c.

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