“Wish You Were Here!,” the popular tourism show that takes viewers on exciting adventures, is back for its highly-anticipated second season. The new season is set to premiere on WCTE PBS at 7 p.m., March 30 and promises to be even more thrilling and informative than the first.
“We are so excited to carry on with ‘Wish You Were Here!’ and continue the adventure with a second season!” said Hannah Carroll, Upper Cumberland Development District Tourism Recovery Coordinator. “Tourism in the Upper Cumberland is economically founded on the nature of its unique geography and the many cultural assets it has to offer. With so many unique experiences, there is no shortage of adventure. Join our ‘Wish You Were Here!’ correspondents as they explore state parks, lakes, historic sites, natural landmarks, and family-owned and operated businesses.”
The show takes viewers on a journey to some of the most beautiful and off-the-beaten-path destinations around the Upper Cumberland, giving them a firsthand look at the local culture, cuisine, and attractions. The second season will feature as many locations and adventures, as well as interviews with locals and experts to provide a deeper understanding of the places visited.
“Wish You Were Here!” is produced by WCTE’s senior producer and art director, Craig Gray, and will again be hosted by Katelyn Steakley and her fellow correspondents, including Shan Stout, Matt Beal and Rafferty Cleary. With their combined extensive knowledge and experience, the viewers will be guided through each destination, sharing insights and recommendations along the way.
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