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Little Big Shots: Forever Young

Little Big Shots: Forever Young

  • Premiered: 
    June 21, 2017
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  • Network: NBC
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Variety
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Spinoff of Little Big Shots 
  • Subject Matter: Comedy
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Plot Synopsis

Following up on LITTLE BIG SHOTS, in which kids brought their talents to a primetime audience, this spinoff series, LITTLE BIG SHOTS: FOREVER YOUNG, features young-at-heart seniors showcasing their hidden talents. On the premiere episode, host and Executive Producer Steve Harvey welcomes special guest star Betty White and a group of extraordinary seniors, including: 72-year-old Larry (The Villages, FL), who spent 40 years working as a plumber and is now able to pursue his passion for singing opera; Arthur, an 80-year-old tap dancer and former performer on THE LAWRENCE WELK SHOW from Pasadena, CA, who shows off his fancy footwork and gets the surprise of his life from entertainment legend Betty White, who had given him his first break on television; Chips (Edgewater, NJ), a funny magician/illusionist; an 81-year-old high-flying great grandma and daredevil from Sarasota, FL, who is part of the famous Wallenda family of circus performers and has performed on the sway pole for 52 years. Plus Harvey also visits with 11-time Grammy Award-winning gospel singer and pastor Shirley Caesar (Durham, NC), who is receiving her 12th Grammy -- a Lifetime Achievement Award -- in July. Caesar is also an Internet sensation whose "You Name It Challenge," taped during one of her sermons, was a viral hit and has now been mixed and remixed thousands of times by everyone from Snoop Dogg to Chris Brown.
On Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 8pm ET/PT, NBC premiered the season finale of LITTLE BIG SHOTS: FOREVER YOUNG. In the season ender, "Never Too Old to Dream Big," host Steve Harvey visits an amazing contortionist, a 72-year-old pole dancer from China, an 'inflatable theater' performer, a world champion trick roper, and an 81-year-old 'dance machine.' Funny magician/illusionist Chipps Cooney also makes a return appearance.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Warner Horizon Television