‘Sugar’ is an American reality web television series that is inspired by Maroon 5’s hit number with the same name. In this video, the band crashes many weddings in Los Angeles and performs for them as their musical guests. “Sugar”, the song, has over 3 billion YouTube views and has been performed by Adam Levine, who has won three Grammy Awards, an MTV Video Music Award, two Billboard Music Awards, two American Music Awards, and a World Music Award. Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content, YouTube stated: “Not only is Adam Levine an incredible artist, but he uses his voice to inspire others all around the world – which so beautifully aligns with what Youtube stands for.”
The YouTube Original is produced by Big Kid Pictures, Renegade 83 and 222 Productions and directed by Alex Van Wagner. The reality show features multiple celebrity guest stars, making unpredictable appearances, and surprising their fans who have showered them with love and appreciation through all these years. Before the premiere, Levine expressed his joy about the show, saying, “I’m really excited to show everyone this interesting show an experiment that is filled with many different experiences, as well as emotions; based on the concept behind our video for ‘Sugar’.” He also added, “I’m extremely grateful and equally excited for all who participated on both sides of the camera. It’s going to be fun to watch!”
Sugar: YouTube Series Cast: Who’s in it?
Of course, as evident from the concept and the name, ‘Sugar’ features Adam Levine as the central figure of the show. Other stars who make guest appearances across the eight episodes are Blake Shelton, Bad Bunny, Snoop Dogg, 5th Harmony, Charlie Puth, Kelly Clarkson as well as A$AP Ferg. The artists indulge in exclusive performances to make their fans’ day special. They do it out of love for their beloved fans in an attempt to pay them back and as a sign of them being grateful.
Sugar: YouTube Series Plot: What is it about?
On each of the episodes of ‘Sugar’, we witness one new artist, who surprises fans that have given back to their communities in empowering ways. The celebs make an unexpected appearance during an important personal moment in the individual’s life and gatecrash the event — giving a spectacular pop-up performance. It is just like a “pay-it-back” gesture but in an extraordinary style.
On one of the episodes, Maroon 5 surprises a teenage kid for a party of the year. The Black Eyed Peas singer, Fergie, performs in a public school to surprise a school teacher. The famous band, named Fifth Harmony, pays it back to a deserving fan and her wheelchair dance group. Bad Bunny gives a surprise to a remarkable fan who is deaf but has an undying love for dance. A pop-up performance is given by the renowned artist, Charlie Puth, for a fan on her 17th birthday, which makes her day memorable. Snoop Dogg appears in front of a young hard-working father and gives him a wonderful surprise. On yet another episode, Blake Shelton pleasantly amazes a fan in foster care, who is greatly inspired by her songs. Kelly Clarkson crashes into her fan’s wedding and surprises her by giving an outstanding performance.
Sugar: YouTube Series Season 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?
‘Sugar’ season 1 premiered on YouTube Premium on August 15, 2018. Its entire first run comprised of eight episodes. Viewers all around the world watched the excitement unfold the last monsoon as celebrities took part in exclusive acts to impress their fans. What’s left to see is if the show will come back with another list of guest stars for another season. Though no official announcement has been made yet, it is likely the show will come back, especially considering how much love and joy it spreads. But the only issue with renewal is whether Levine has enough time to make another season considering he is on tour most of the times. Still, as soon as we hear about ‘Sugar’ season 2 release date, we will update this section.
Sugar: YouTube Series Trailer
Below is the official trailer for season 1 of the series. If you have not watched it yet, you can head to YouTube Premium and catch up on all its previous episodes.
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