Part one of the season two finale of “Better Late Than Never” kicks off this Monday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. The guys will head to Africa after spending much of the season touring Europe.
They will trek through the desert on camels and find themselves in Marrakesh in an episode appropriately named, “Moroccan Wishes and Camel Dreams.” Old-timers William Shatner, Henry Winkler, George Foreman, Terry Bradshaw and their guide, comedian Jeff Dye, will explore the culture and traditions of Morocco.
After season one’s adventures in Asia, they have managed to get lost in Russia, had lunch at a nude park in Munich, and showed off their beach bodies in Spain this season. They also traveled to Lithuania and Sweden before shipping off to Africa.
The show combines comedy with heartfelt moments as the cast reconnects with their past. Winkler has traced family members from Berlin that were killed in Auschwitz, and Foreman met up with the family of the man in Lithuania that jump-started his career.
The NBC hit series follows the group as they explore the world before it’s too late. Part two of the season finale will air on Monday, Feb. 5 at 9 p.m. ET.