Celebrity Adventure Club Sneak Peek

From Washington D.C. to Moscow, Russia, join our celebrities as they explore space, history and more this season on Celebrity Adventure Club

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Eric Stonestreet on Celebrity Adventure Club

Fascinated by the events of WWII from an early age, host Eric Stonestreet begins his historical investigation into American battlefronts in Hawaii. To get a better view of Pearl Harbor, Eric hops in a 1940 Boeing Stearman at Dillingham Airfield—with some hesitation, of course. (He has a minor fear of small planes!) 

Pacific Aviation Museum

Eric Stonestreet stands in front of the P-40 at the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on Ford Island.

Eric Stonestreet and Daniel Martinez

Eric Stonestreet and Daniel Martinez, chief historian at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, on their way to visit the USS Arizona memorial. 

Eric Stonestreet, Mike Car and Al Rodrigues

Eric Stonestreet, Mike Car and Pearl Harbor survivor Al Rodrigues take a look at the pens that were used to sign the official Japanese surrender.

Eric Stonestreet on the Melissa Rae

Eric Stonestreet arrives in Alaska to learn more about the attack on Alaska in June of 1942, traveling to the Aleutian World War II Museum, the wreckage of the SS Northwestern and more.

The wreckage of the SS Northwestern

Aboard the Melissa Rae, Eric Stonestreet witnesses what’s left of the SS Northwestern which was attacked by the Japanese on June 4, 1942. 

Jon Parshall and Eric Stonestreet

Jon Parshall shows Eric Stonestreet one of the bunkers of Mt. Ballyhoo.

The SS Northwestern memorial

The SS Northwestern memorial at Unalaska Memorial Park and Cemetery. 

Terry Crews on Celebrity Adventure Club

Host and native Michigander Terry Crews visits Detroit—the city he calls home—to show how Motor City is “on the rebound.” One of his first stops is the Detroit Market Garden where Terry gets in on the action by helping to plant a tomato plant.

Summer in the City

Summer in the City, a non-profit organization, works with young volunteers to turn ordinary walls into beautiful, unique works of art across Detroit. When this mural is completed, it will feature a pheasant, the “unofficial mascot” of North Corktown. 

Comerica Park

At Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, Terry Crews meets up with legendary baseball player Willie Horton. 

Detroit Dirt

Terry Crews digs in at a compost company, Detroit Dirt, and comes prepared for the job in a biohazard suit. 

The Ford Dearborn Plant

Terry Crews stops by the Ford Dearborn Plant, which produces a vehicle nearly every 49 seconds. And no visit would be complete without a trip to the Ford Test Track where he takes a Mustang out for a few (speedy) laps. 

Empowerment Plan

Terry Crews gets to know the women behind Empowerment Plan, a non-profit that creates jackets that transform into sleeping bags for the homeless in Detroit.

The GM Hamtramck Factory

Terry tries his hand at building a car at the GM Hamtramck Factory.

47th Annual Windsor-Detroit Fireworks

Terry Crews ends his journey with fans and spectators alike at the 47th Annual Windsor-Detroit Fireworks on the Detroit Riverfront. 

Jon Cryer on Celebrity Adventure Club

3…2…1…Liftoff! Host Jon Cryer explores his lifelong fascination with space in the premiere of Celebrity Adventure Club, journeying from our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., to Houston, Texas, and all the way to Moscow, Russia.

Johnson Space Center

Jon Cryer gets a full tour of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX alongside astronaut Mike Massimino. 

Johnson Space Center

Jon Cryer tries out some of the computer simulations at Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.

St. Basil's Cathedral

Jon Cryer arrives in Russia to discover more about the Russian space program at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia. 

Jon Cryer previews space food

Dan Burbank, Director of NASA Operations for Star City, treats Jon Cryer to a space food meal and lets him in on the secret to space food: urine. In space, all the water that is collected as condensate and urine is purified then used to rehydrate the dehydrated food. Luckily, there’s plenty of hot sauce to give it an extra kick. (Yum?)

Centrifuge training

Jon Cryer gives a thumbs up after he's completed the centrifuge training at Star City, Russia.

Jon Cryer and the Orlan spacesuit

Jon Cryer tries the Orlan spacesuit on for size and gets to experience weightlessness for the first time.