Return of the Quack Attack! On September 28, Season 2 of the popular Disney+ reboot The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers will premiere. The major streaming service revealed the date for the inspirational sports drama series starring Lauren Graham’s second season launch (Parenthood, Gilmore Girls). Also The day was revealed at the TCA Summer Press Tour during the Disney+ presentation.
Based on Disney (Kiss Sixth Sense Season 2) films from the 1990s, the series. Three films in total, in 1992, 1994, and 1996, as well as an animated television series based on the films, lasted from 1996 to 1997. With this series, which debuted last year in 2021, The Mighty Ducks have now made a well-received return to live-action.
After recovering the Mighty Ducks club name last year, our “squad-with-heart” and its coach Alex Morrow (Graham) will go for the upcoming season to attend a demanding summer hockey institute in California run by charming but hard-core former NHL player Colin Cole (played by Josh Duhamel).
Due to a lack of players, the Don’t Bothers are forced to forfeit their state championship game against the Mighty Ducks in the season one finale. The two teams decide to play one another in their own game, nevertheless, and to place a wager that if the Don’t Bothers win, they will receive the Mighty Ducks’ moniker.
The Don’t Bothers did, of course, triumph and are now officially renamed and relaunched as the new Mighty Ducks team in a charming contribution to the legacy of the team and the franchise. This happened in classic heartwarming Disney (Moon Knight Season 2) manner.
Colin Cole, a former NHL player who is now Duhamel’s coach, is praised for his drive, charm, and motivation. The character says, “Big on the hockey metaphor that applies to life.”
The popular series is based on the Mighty Ducks, a youthful hockey club that is fiercely competitive and is a sequel to the renowned Mighty Ducks movies from the 1990s. It is set in present-day Minnesota. The team with heart and their coach Alex Morrow—played by Graham—continue the story where the first season left off after recovering the Mighty Ducks team name the previous year. The squad is taking part in a demanding summer hockey program in California, giving them the ability to polish their hockey abilities without being bound by scholastic duties.
As the coach Gordon Bombay, Emilio Estevez (The Way and the first Mighty Ducks movies) would not be returning for the second season, it was reported in January that Josh Duhamel (Transformers, When in Rome) will be playing a new role in his place. Colin Cole, the endearing but determined former NHL player turned coach who oversees the demanding hockey school, is played by Duhamel. The young Ducks are reportedly taken under Cole’s wing in the much anticipated second season. Cole has played hockey his entire life. “Our Ducks are challenged with the question: Can you win summer?” as they struggle to survive in this intensely competitive environment. according to the official season summary.
Duhamel joins the cast of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, which also features Brady Noon (who will voice Greg in the 2021 Diary of a Wimpy Kid), Maxwell Simkins (The Sleepover, Bizaardvark), Swayam Bhatia (Succession, Master of None), Julee Cerda (Blindspot, Manifest), Luke Islam (who will play Carlos in the upcoming film adaptation of 13: The Musical), Bella Higg (Black Panther, The House with a Clock in Its Walls).
For the second season of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, executive producers and showrunners Cathy Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith will also be back. Along with ABC (Rake Season 6) Signature producing, Graham, Steve Brill, George Heller, Brad Petrigala, Jordan Kerner, and Jon Avnet will all serve as executive producers
On Disney+, Season 2 of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers is presently streaming. The trailer is provided below.