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Chuck D Joins ‘Dream School’ Season Two

Redemption and second chances.

If you have yet to witness an episode of Sundance TV’s Dream School, you’re in luck. The non-fiction original series is heading into season two and zones in on troubled youth seeking to make a change in their life. These teens have been through an entire lifetime in just a matter of years and are looking to break the cycle of destruction and hard times.

The struggle and adversities are evident, but choices can make a world of difference. In the hour-long, six-episode series, teens, most of whom have dropped out of school and carry defiant attitudes are face-to-face with live examples of success. Life stories are explored and mentalities are challenged.

Season two unites Chuck D, co-founder of the iconic hip-hop group Public Enemy; rapper/businessman Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Jamie Oliver as executive producers of the intense realities faced in the show.

Chuck D and 50 Cent will also serve as instructors on the reality show.

Dream School debuts Wednesday, 10/9 CST on SundanceTV.

Watch the trailer for season two here: