It probably goes without saying, but Jason Momoa has become one of the biggest badassess in Hollywood. While he’s played amazing roles in TV shows and films like Game of Thrones and Aquaman, he’s also proven to be a cool guy when he’s not in front of the camera. The actor seems to enjoy checking out all of the cool things the world has to offer, and he’s now about to translate that passion into a new series that will allow him to hang out with other badassess.
Discovery has announced that Jason Momoa will headline a new docuseries called On the Roam. The show will see Momoa searching for artists and dreamers who are looking to master their own unique crafts. Over the course of the show, the actor will travel across the country and meet up with various people, such as motorcycle fabricators, musicians and athletes. In a statement. Momoa expressed his excitement about teaming up with Discovery for the new venture:
On the Roam is an endless quest for me to discover extraordinary people and places. I'm thrilled to be collaborating with Discovery on this journey.
Jason Momoa definitely seems like a perfect fit for an adventurous show like this, and Discovery certainly agrees. Nancy Daniels, Chief Brand Officer, Discovery & Factual, spoke about what it means for the company to be able to collaborate with Momoa:
We are so thrilled to welcome Jason to the Discovery family! He brings such fresh curiosity and has a magnetic pull to those who’ve become masters of their craft. This is a series about finding your personal inspiration through exploration and immersing yourself in other people’s passions and processes. I’m incredibly excited for viewers to follow Jason’s quest and learn with him along the way.
The announcement also came with a first-look image for the show that shows Jason Momoa sitting on an old bike and looking cool as ever. You can check it out for yourself down below:
The announcement of On the Roam comes on the heels of the news that AT&T is spinning off its WarnerMedia properties into a new entity that will be merged with Discovery’s. So this means entertainment entities like HBO Max, Warner Bros. and CNN will now fall under the same umbrella as TLC, Food Network and HGTV. This Jason Momoa news is particularly interesting when you consider that Momoa has been or is part of massive WarnerMedia franchises like Aquaman and Dune.
The combination of Jason Momoa’s enthusiasm and Discovery’s knack for exciting programs should make On the Roam an enjoyable experience. We’ll have to wait to hear more about the exact stops Momoa plans to take during his travels, but he’s sure to find plenty of adventure as he goes up and down the open road. On the Roam is expected to hit both Discovery and Discovery+.