Here is a list of every episode of the Jackass television series in chronological order. The Jackass film franchise has been active for more than 20 years (and counting).
The Jackass film series is presented here in chronological sequence. The pioneering reality/stunt series Jackass made its MTV premiere in 2000. While parents and legislators were worried about the show’s impact on younger viewers, the series—which was hosted by Johnny Knoxville and included performers like Steve-O, Jason “Wee Man” Acua, and Bam Margera—proved to be enormously popular. After three seasons, Knoxville and the gang decided to call it quits because of censorship concerns and repeated reminders from MTV. At that time, the Jackass film series made its way to theaters.
After more than 20 years since Jackass first debuted, not only did the most recent film in the series demonstrate its staying popularity, but it is also still adored today. This is due to the fact that Jackass not only naturally inspires feelings of amazement, dread, and revolution in viewers—often all at once—but also gives off the impression that Knoxville and company are having a fantastic fun while doing it. Although the TV shows and movies aren’t for everyone, those who succumb to Jackass’ allure frequently get the benefits.
The Jackass Movies In Chronological Order
Jackass: The Movie (2002)
Jackass Number Two (2006)
Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman’s Tribute to Evel Knievel (2008)
Jackass 3D (2010)
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013)
Jackass Forever (2022)
After Jackass: The Movie became a huge smash in 2002, Knoxville went on to star alongside Dwayne Johnson in movies like Men in Black II and Walking Tall. In the years that followed, the cast would get together on occasion, with Jackass 3D being one of the few movies to successfully utilize the format. Jackass attempted its own experiment with Jackass associated ventures, much like the American Pie film series did with the American Pie Presents STV label.
The craziest episode is arguably Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman’s Tribute to Evel Knievel, a 45-minute tribute to the iconic daredevil rider. The majority of the main team is absent, notwithstanding Knoxville’s appearance. The second and final release under the Jackass Presents banner, Bad Grandpa, differs from the others in that it follows a real story. Along with the trademark stunts and outrageous antics from the series, Knoxville dons old-age makeup to play the title role. The most recent entry, Jackass Forever, even defied franchise expectations by garnering largely positive reviews from critics who considered it to be both hilarious and strangely poignant.