Dana White's Power Slap will be back for season two, but not on TBS.
According to MMA Fighting, Warner Media and TBS representatives told the outlet that the network will no longer air Power Slap after its season one finale, which aired on March 8.
Power Slap debuted on January 18 on TBS following AEW Dynamite. The premiere episode drew 295,000 viewers. The finale drew 220,000 viewers, a low for the series, and a 0.05 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic.
The season culminated with a live event that broadcast exclusively on Rumble. White plans for future episodes to air on Rumble and is working on a deal to film season 2 in Abu Dhabi.
“I’ve come to a two-year deal for [Power Slap]. We haven’t done the deal yet but we have a term sheet. I have a term sheet with Rumble for the next two years to deliver two more episodes of the reality show, Power Slap, and eight live fights, and I’m working on a deal right now to film season 2 on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi,” White said on The Pat McAfee Show (via MMAFighting).
The debut of Power Slap was delayed a week after footage came out of Dana slapping his wife at a New Year's Eve party.