In the new season of the basketball docuseries Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers, the famed high school team begins a quest to earn its third Southern California regional title.
Season two of the series, which begins streaming today, picks up in a trying time for many student athletes. The San Fernando Valley-based school enters an emotionally charged season after going 12 months without prep sports. The series follows the squad that’s known across the country for having some of the nation’s top Division-I prospects, including Amari Bailey, Shy Odom, Ramel Lloyd Jr., Bronny James, Ryan Grande and Dylan Metoyer. With an intimate look into the journey of the next generation of basketball talent, the series shows the reality of what it takes to ball.
This second season of Top Class also sees LeBron James and Maverick Carter return as executive producers. The show was created in collaboration with the award-winning athlete empowerment brand, UNINTERRUPTED, which is part of James and Carter’s entertainment company, The SpringHill Company.
Starting today, the new season of UNINTERRUPTED’s Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers is available for streaming on Amazon and @IMDbTV.