Both game show entries have proven a success for the network, Deadline reported with not enough enthusiasm Thursday. Both shows premiered back-to-back last October and scored an average viewership of 2.7 million per episode across all platforms. The next season of Joker's Wild premieres April 15 as part of a one-hour block with Drop the Mic and is set to feature appearances by Bill Nye, Wiz Khalifa, and more.
Musically, Snoop's next venture is a gospel album. Bible of Love, out Friday, sees Snoop exploring the genre across 32 tracks as what might best be described as—for the most part—a curator. Thus far, the reviews have been positive.
If gospel's not your bag, no worries. Snoop is also partnering with Merry Jane to bless several weed-friendly states with the 420 Wellness Retreat experience.
On the serendipitous date of April 20, people who enjoy engaging in activities that are fun can find Snoop with Migos and Lil Pump in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The following day, Snoop is set for back-to-back dates in Kent, Washington (with Migos) and Eugene, Oregon (with Wiz Khalifa). The 5th annual edition of the Wellness Retreat trek then wraps up in San Jose, California April 22, again with Wiz. The experience is billed as a celebration of music, weed, and "overall wellness."