Bretman Rock’ back for season 2: trailer

“MTV’s Following: Bretman Rock” officially returns for a second season – and Vidak For Congress has an exclusive first look.

In the trailer for the show’s second episode, the titular star sees his sanity, thriving career — and big family drama navigating with his younger sister, Princess Mae.

“I feel like I need a fresh start, a new chapter, a new season,” Mae, 22, says in the clip, suggesting change is afoot for her relationship with Rock, 23.

“The more you hang out, the more you get to know each other,” says Rock’s assistant, Miss Kay, during a shopping trip with his influencer boss.

In another scene, Rock and Mae clash during a beach day in their native Hawaii.

“You want f-king interrupt me!” Mae says to Rock, to which the digital superstar fires back, “You’re not going to diss me here.”

Bretman Rock poses for a promo photo for "MTV's Next: Bretman Rock"
“MTV’s Following: Bretman Rock” officially returns for Season 2 – and Vidak For Congress has an exclusive first look.
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Later, Mae admits to Rock during a car ride, “I feel like I’m not good enough for you.”

While the catalyst for the sibling conflict remains a mystery, fans can rest assured that Rock is keeping it real in season 2 of his reality series.

“I’m not going to say I’m proud of you just in front of the cameras,” he says bluntly to Mae during a two-on-one confession.

the cast of "Next: Bretman Rock" poses for a promo photo
Rock clashes with his younger sister, Princess Mae (second from right), on the reality show.
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More arguing ensues before an unfamiliar voice puts things into perspective for Rock, telling him over a phone call, “You and your sister are just different people and she may not want the future she may have destined for.”

Rock’s mental health appears to be affected by the disagreement. “This is too much!” he exclaims in a moment of frustration.

“I don’t know if I can do this,” Mae adds later, burying her face in her hands.

“I hate to say I’m burned out by her,” Rock says in the sneak peek. “But I really am.”

the cast of "MTV's Next: Bretman Rock" poses for a promo photo
Rock also navigates mental health and his thriving career in the unscripted series.
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The new season of “Following Erase: Bretman Rock” will chronicle his efforts to salvage his broken relationship with Mae. However, his efforts are interrupted by a resurgence of past trauma, a business startup, and emotional exhaustion.

The candle may burn on both sides, but Rock won’t let his flame go out quickly.

“To start a fire you need three things: fuel, air and a bad bitch,” he says in the preview, the perfect metaphor for his rise.

Bretman Rock walks down the street
The beauty influencer rose to online stardom at age 17 after a YouTube video went viral in 2015.
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Rock rose to fame online at the age of 17 after one of his comedy YouTube videos, called “How to Contour,” went viral.

He has since become more widely known thanks to the success of unscripted projects such as “MTV’s Following: Bretman Rock” and his limited YouTube Originals series, “30 Days With: Bretman Rock.”

The beauty guru – who has released a series of product collaborations with Wet ‘N Wild, Colourpop and more makeup brands – has also appeared on the covers of prestigious publications like Teen Vogue and Playboy.

Bretman Rock poses on the red carpet of the 2021 VMAs
Rock appears next week at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
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Rock will be spotlighting his experience at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity next week.

He will participate in the “Unleashing the New Logic of Creativity” panel with Logitech CMO Najoh Tita-Reid, Virtue Worldwide Chief Creative Officer and Co-President Chris Garbutt, and Adweek Editor Shannon Miller.

“Following: Bretman Rock” Season 2 premieres Monday, June 27 at 4 p.m. ET on MTV YouTube.

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