Big Shot Season 2: Disney+ announces start date and releases first trailer

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The sports dramedy “Big Shot” will return to Disney+ with season 2 in October. Shortly after the end of season 1, there was a green light for new episodes. Now the streaming service has released the first official trailer.

  • The sports dramedy “Big Shot” about Coach Korn and the Westbrook Sirens will get a 2nd season in October.
  • Marvyn Korn and the Westbrook Sirens face more athletic hurdles and challenges in life.
  • A first trailer for the sequel was also released at the D23 Expo this weekend.

The first warm-up game for Marvyn Korn and the Westbrook Sirens is over and now the real action begins. The sports dramedy “Big Shot” is getting a season 2 on Disney+. The new episodes will already start in October 2022 and now the streaming service also offers us the first moving images with the official trailer.

Is there a release date for “Big Shot” season 2?

Disney+ has now announced the official start date for “Big Shot” season 2. The new episodes will start on the streaming service on October 12, 2022.

Is there a trailer for “Big Shot” season 2?

At the D23 Expo, which took place from September 9 to 11, a first trailer for the soon-to-be-released series has now been released. Here we get a first glimpse of what’s to come.

Among other things, the team gets a new, unusual teammate. In addition, the sudden departure of assistant coach Holly Barrett to a rival team and the unexpected appearance of male basketball players mix things up.

Big Shot Season 2 | Official Trailer | Disney+

Big Shot Season 2: Plot

In the second season, Marvyn Korn is again trying everything to make his female basketball team big. This time, he’s got it in his head that he wants to get the girls on TV. For this purpose, he has recruited a somewhat unusual new teammate.

Ava, a very spirited and often impetuous ex-volleyball player, joins the team. But the young woman also brings a lot of trouble with her, as she is not exactly easy to handle due to her outbursts of rage.

In addition, Coach Korn and the girls of the Westbrook School for Girls expect more exciting basketball matches and life lessons. And even otherwise, the daily school routine holds some additional challenges in store. Especially when suddenly male students are also admitted to the school, this great innovation not only upsets the regular school routine mightily.

Big Shot Season 2: Production

Since the series has apparently been well received by fans, everything will probably remain the same in terms of production. “We are thrilled to be returning with ‘Big Shot,'” co-creator David E. Kelley (“Goliath”) shares in a statement. “The series has touched so many hearts. John Stamos is brilliant, especially as Coach Marvyn Korn. We look forward to season two.”

Big Shot Season 2: Casting

It is likely that you will see all the stars of the series again. “Full House” star John Stamos played once again slips into the role of Coach Marvyn Korn. Jessalyn Gilsig plays Holly Barrett, Richard Robichaux portrays George Pappas and Sophia Mitri Schloss plays Emma Korn.

The Westbrook Sirens players will also very likely reprise their roles in the process. In the process, you’ll see Nell Verlaque as Louise Gruzinsky, Tiana Le as Destiny Winters, Monique Green as Olive Cooper, Tisha Custodio as Carolyn “Mouse” Smith, Cricket Wampler as Samantha “Giggles” Finkman and Yvette Nicole Brown as Sherilyn Thomas.

Also joining the cast for a brand new role is Sara Echeagaray. The young actress will take on the role of feisty ex-volleyball player Ava. However, due to her extreme tantrums, she is no longer allowed to participate in her actual sport and is now persuaded by Marvyn to join his team.