Answers to two reader questions: one about Holey Moley’s new biography title cards that have stats on each player, and another about why Netflix only has the first two Mole seasons and not the two Celebrity seasons.
ABC's summer reality competition takes place on an insane mini golf course with crazy obstacles and holes, and features Stephen Curry as golf pro, with color commentary by Rob Riggle and Joe Tessitore.
Holey Moley season 3 questions, answered: Steph Curry’s role, new and returning holes, and much more
How are Holey Moley holes designed, and which holes are new for season 3? Why are some returning and others reused? What’s up with Steph Curry taking Holey Moley pro? Answers to these questions and many more from executive producer Wes Dening.
ABC’s summertime mini golf competition Holey Moley will be back for at least two more seasons, while its producers are now adapting the classic 1980s video game Frogger into a reality competition.
Holey Moley II: The Sequel made several changes from season one, and I talked to one of its executive producers about those changes, including why Stephen Curry is now animated instead of on the course.
Holey Moley’s first season was great fun. Season two is even better, which is to say it’s far more insane and more like Wipeout—yet also more of a legitimate competition.
There will be all-new mini-golf holes on Holey Moley season two, and fewer contestants per episode, among other changes. But Stephen Curry and the other cast will be back.
Where other shows have found themselves trapped in the sand, the mini golf competition Holey Moley soars, thanks in part to Stephen Curry’s self-deprecation and Rob Riggle’s commentary.