Marble Mania’s second season continues to impress

December 10, 2022 After a very successful first season, the second season of Talpa’s marble spectacle Marble Mania, turns out to score equally impressive numbers.

With an average of 1.25 million viewers in total for the first two episodes and market shares around 20% in the 18-44 key demo, it seems that the show is again on a roll. Some brand new tracks and exciting new elements have been added to the show, making it even more exciting to watch. After France, Belgium will launch their first season later this year, while Germany recently announced its second season.

On each self-contained episode of this marble racing show, three celebrities take each other on. And this time, they get to play in front of a live studio audience. Each celebrity plays with their own color marbles. Each round starts with a skill assignment, where they can influence each other’s success and where the three celebrities need to prove their skills. The better they play, the more marbles they get at the start of the second game of the round: the game of luck. This marble race is all about speed, gravity…. and luck. Although, this time there’s a bit more to it than just sheer luck because each contestant gets to use one so-called ‘game changer’ to obstruct their opponents. The celebrity whose marble crosses the finish line first, earns the most points. After three rounds, whoever’s at the top of the ranking will get the most marbles to start in the finale, in which there is money to be won for a charity of their choice. With an impressive six-meter-high marble run, the finale is the most exciting and nerve-wracking round of them all.

Marble Mania is produced by Talpa Entertainment Productions and distributed by Talpa Distribution.

About Talpa
Talpa is a global content house for non-scripted formats based in the Netherlands and founded by John de Mol. The company empowers creativity to produce next-level content that connects people within their homes and around the world. Talpa holds exclusive access rights to premium broadcast and streaming channels in the Netherlands and Germany and has proven to be a successful breeding ground for content creation since the dawn of the industry. Many of today’s evergreen entertainment brands originated at Talpa and are now blueprints for the international market.