Complex Networks, announced that its newest series starring country music artist Tyler Farr,“ A Little Too Farr,” launches Friday, June 2nd on its Rated Red channel available on go90™. Tyler is serious about his music, but he’s also committed to living life to the fullest and holding court as the life of the party.

Each episode follows Tyler who reels in locals, fans and celebrities into crazy adventures on and off the road. Whatever it is that grabs Tyler’s attention, he’s always taking it “A Little Too Farr.” The 36 episode season consists of three, 6-to 9-minute episodes that launch every Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Episodes of “A Little Too Farr” are available for free only on or the go90 app, available for iOS or Android.

Over the course of the last few years, Tyler Farr has taken the country music world by storm and has quickly become a household name, not only because of his multiple number one hits like “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” and “Redneck Crazy,” but also because of his likable, genuine demeanor and charm. Those close to him know Tyler for his dry, witty and fun-loving sense of humor.

While he takes his music very seriously, Tyler also prides himself on being the life of every party. His celebrity friends including Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, music managers and bandmates know that Tyler will never miss an opportunity to crack a joke, pull a prank or pursue a crazy idea if there is one to be had. Now, Tyler wants to pull back the curtain and give fans an all-access glimpse at his life on and off the road, and true to nature he is going to take things “A Little Too Farr” in every episode.

“I couldn’t be more excited to share a side of my personal life with my fans who may only know me from the country music stage,” Farr said regarding the show.

The series is executive produced by Ryan Holcomb and Jeff Cvengros for Tower 2 Productions and STX Entertainment; Tyler Farr and Haley McLemore are also executive producers; Justin Killion and Melanie Moreau are executive producers for Complex Networks.