Uninterrupted’s talk series “Throwing Bones” heads back to YouTube for a second season with Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green as host.
“Throwing Bones,” which debuted in January, has become a meeting place where Hollywood entertainers and sports stars come together to candidly discuss various topics, including social issues, career journeys and everyday life happenings.
The YouTube series, which lives underneath NBA champion LeBron James’ and Maverick Carter’s sports media brand Uninterrupted — a byproduct of the two’s development and production company SpringHill Company — will premiere its second season on Friday, Nov. 18.
“Every culture in the world plays dominoes, here we call them Bones. Four-time NBA Champion Draymond Green hosts athletes, actors, artists, journalists, and entertainers to see who can make a point, while scoring points ultimately taking the title of the Bones Champ,” SpringHill Company said in a statement.
This season already has some of its guests lined up, including Bay Area rapper E-40, professional boxer Ryan Garcia, celebrity jeweler Ben Baller, professional basketball player Juan Toscano-Anderson, sports analyst and ESPN host Jalen Rose, sports broadcaster Rosalyn Fatima Gold-Onwude and more.
The Season 2 trailer opens with Green standing behind a barbecue grill, in front of a set designed to look like a backyard. “What’s up, I’m Draymond Green. Who wants the smoke?” Green asks. The trailer cuts to E-40, Jemele Hill and others playing a game of Dominoes. “I want all the smoke — especially at the table.”
A description of the series reads: “‘Throwing Bones’ is a competitive game of dominoes where pro-athletes, entertainers, and tastemakers can show up as their full selves to discuss any and everything in culture, unfiltered. It’s a meeting of the minds for a cultural expose of bones over a competitive game. Viewers will come on a journey that explores both the cultural touchstones of the game, its history and the lives of those who play it. From rising stars to the OG’s of culture, the show bridges the gap as they embrace the feeling of community, sharing a table, stories and a friendly, but fierce competitive spirit.”
The series will premiere exclusively on the Sports Emmy-winning Uninterrupted YouTube page on Nov. 18.