The series debuted in March and is a revival of the Mighty Ducks film franchise
Disney + announced the season 2 renewal of Mighty Ducks: Game Changers by sharing a short clip on Twitter. The short video featured a quick glimpse of a few scenes from the first season and was followed by “S2” and “2022”.
A revival of the Mighty Ducks film franchise, the series takes place after the events of the original Mighty Ducks movies. Set in Minnesota, the Mighty Ducks have now gone from underdogs to a powerhouse hockey team. When Evan Morrow is abruptly let go from the team, he and his mom set out to build a team of misfits to challenge the cutthroat Mighty Ducks team.
The series continues the story of Coach Gordon Bombay, played by Emilio Estevez, who reprises his role from the original films and how he helps Evan and his newly-formed team called the Don't Bothers to once again rediscover the fun of the game.
The series also stars Brady Noon, Lauren Graham, Maxwell Simkins, Julee Cerda, Swayam Bhatia, Luke Islam,Bella Higginbotham, Kiefer O’Reilly, De’Jon Watts and Taegen Burns. The first season also brought back a few actors from the original films to play small roles, like Matt Doherty as Averman, Vincent LaRusso as Adam Banks and Elden Henson as Fulton Reed.
The 10-episode season 1 debuted in March. Co-creators Cathay Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith, will return as showrunners and executive producers for the new season. James Griffiths and Michael Spiller executive produced, with Griffiths having directed multiple episodes.
The second season is expected to pick up from where it ended. Production will begin in early 2022 but a return date has not been determined.