Renewed: Limitless with Chris Hemsworth

In S2 Chris Hemsworth will undertake 4 epic challenges in Nepal, Italy, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

National Geographic has announced a second season pick-up of Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, to again unearth secrets for improving health and unlocking potential.

“Working on Limitless was an eye-opening experience that allowed me to reflect on my strengths, vulnerabilities and all the ways in which we as humans can plan toward longevity,” said Hemsworth.

“For this next season, we are attempting to raise the bar and go even deeper in this exploration alongside health and wellness experts from around the globe.”

Season Two films 4 epic challenges in Nepal, Italy, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Hemsworth will delve into physical and mental obstacles in mental agility, pain, burnout, and interpersonal connection.

Through Hemsworth’s travels, guided by a number of experts, mentors and spiritual leaders, audiences can seek the everyday changes, both big and small.

“Millions of viewers around the world were inspired and wowed by the combination of science, endeavour and the incredibly committed Chris Hemsworth in the first season, so it’s with huge pride that we announce its return,” said Tom McDonald, executive vice president, Global Factual and Unscripted Content, National Geographic. “This new season will have the scale, the drama and the challenges you’d expect from Limitless, but we’ve also got some big and exciting surprises in store for the audience and for Chris himself.”

For the second season of Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, Arif Nurmohamed serves as co-executive producer, and Tom Watt-Smith and Jane Root serve as executive producers for Nutopia. Ari Handel and Darren Aronofsky serve as executive producers for Protozoa, and Chris Hemsworth, Ben Grayson and Brandon Hill are executive producers for Wild State. For National Geographic, Bengt Anderson and Simon Raikes are executive producers, Charlie Parsons is senior vice president of Global Development, and Tom McDonald is executive vice president of Global Factual And Unscripted Content.

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