All-new season premieres December 11, Monday to Wednesday, at 7:55 pm
PHILIPPINES (December 01, 2017) – Get ready for that one-of-a-kind entertainment as host Nick Cannon shares more viral videos in the latest season of the high-energy reality series “Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon” which premieres on AXN this December.
A continuation of the original series but with a modern spin, the new season features even more unbelievable footage caught by cell phones, security cameras, news crews and dash cams across the globe. Like the original series, this update features compelling interviews with those who lived through the remarkable events and captured them for the world to see.
Season three showcases the most thrilling videos out there – from wild weathers to close calls, from adorable kids to amazing people, from extreme sports to epic stunts, from experiments gone wrong to heartwarming reunions, and more!
Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon Season 3 premieres on December 11, every Monday to Wednesday at 7:55pm, first and exclusive on AXN.
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