The four-part series will premiere on Disney+ on April 12, 2023.
Last Updated: 04.45 AM, Mar 08, 2023
Rennervations, Jeremy Renner's brand-new reality TV show, will start this spring, just four months after the accident with the snowplough. As Disney+ said on Tuesday, April 12, the whole four-part series will come out at once. The actor from Hawkeye and Mayor of Kingstown has been all over the world for the Boardwalk Pictures-made series to help rethink cars with unusual designs that help local communities.
Renner's hometown of Reno, Nevada, as well as Chicago, Illinois, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and Rajasthan, India, will all be visited throughout the television series as he searches for abandoned automobiles that can be refurbished to serve a new purpose with his team of professional builders.
Renner made a comment regarding the series, stating that he has been on this trip for a long time, and he began by making vehicles for those in need in his neighbourhood. Yet a few years ago, he wondered: how can he combine these efforts and have a greater impact on the entire community? This show does that. Renner can't wait for the world to see it. This is one of his biggest hobbies, and it's a driving force in his recovery.
After the New Year's Day accident, the actor and executive producer's second TV project, Mayor of Kingstown: Season 2, debuted in January. Rennervations is the second TV project to be released since the accident. Before the disaster, both had completed the manufacturing.
Hugh Dillon, who helped make the show, told The Hollywood Reporter that taking Renner's horrible wounds and injuries out of the title image was great for the network.
Dillon also told the international publication that there was no plan to postpone that episode. He said that is the issue with Renner; he just doesn't want anything to get in the way. Dillon added that the actor is a f***ing stand-up person, and all he wants is for the performance to rock.
As Renner was recovering, a press junket for Rennervations that was scheduled for January and included other Disney-branded shows was cancelled. Early in February, Renner said on Instagram that they were coming to fans all over the world as soon as he gets back on his feet.
In a separate Instagram post that she shared on Tuesday, along with the show's trailer, Renner promoted the first look at the upcoming series. He also stated that the cast is so incredibly happy and excited to finally share with everyone. The actor assured the fans that he was coming back very soon.
The actor and his crew will collaborate with one of four guest stars, including Anthony Mackie, Vanessa Hudgens, Anil Kapoor, and Sebastián Yatra, as well as a regional partner organisation, such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Uva Jagriti Sansthan, to transform a delivery truck into a mobile water treatment facility or a tour bus into a mobile music studio in each episode of Rennervations.
Renner will be joined by his team, which includes his friend and business partner Rory Millikin, head mechanic Corey Wardleigh, lead fabricator Rob "Bender" Park, and build crew members Roxy Bonilla, Justin Self, Merri Oswald, Akamu "AK" Whatley, Skiland "Ski" Judd, Ryan Gunter, and Nick Socha.
Renner, Millikin, Romilda De Luca, Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Sarina Roma, and Patrick Costello are the series' executive producers.