Second Chance's second season premieres Feb. The boy, seated in an identical white chair, replied, "It was the stupidest thing I could have ever done. While that confrontation was what the studio execs and I first heard, there's a chance that's not how it begins for viewers. Later, the segment would be cut down to just under 5 minutes.
Snapchat takes us inside the Olympics like never before Second Chance is one of the most watched shows on Snapchat Discover , the app's growing network of media partners, which attracts an average of 7 million viewers per episode.
Episodes will air every Wednesday at 6 a. Below, we've got an exclusive clip of the first episode: Discover started out as a network with dozen media partners, mostly digital-first media outlets. Since then, it's added newspapers, magazines, and more recently, Hollywood studios. Mashable is a Discover partner. Snapchat's requirements include vertical-only, short-form, and exclusive content, which can all sound quite intimidating to partners more commonly known for hour-long dramas made for TV.
Among "a lot of concepts" was the idea for a reality dating show, but in reverse. Second Chance wouldn't be blind dates. Rather, it's rekindling exes who never had closure. In the studio, I found myself switching sides between the exes. We tried to pull all our attention and focus on that. This is not heavily produced at all. We really allowed all the exes to come together and explore the end of this relationship," Ayvaz said.
He cheated on her, yes. But she pushed him away. She said he didn't focus on her. He said he did, and she didn't let loose. There's a lot to unpack in every relationship, and you don't know who to trust. I thought I knew what the decision was going to be after spending an afternoon watching the exes from backstage — and yet, in the end, I was wrong. But that's all part of the drama. Snapchat users have loved it. Search for "second chance" and "snapchat" on Twitter this week and you'll find them debating giving the app a "second chance" post-redesign.
There will also be users asking for a "second chance" to get back their Snap Steaks. But dig a little deeper, and you'll see some people missing the weekly series: