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‘Velma’ Season 2 Trailer, Release Date, Synopsis and Cast List: Scooby-Doo Prequel Gets 10 More Episodes

Release date: April 25, 2024 on Max.

Synopsis: When an even spookier mystery grips Crystal Cove, Velma must find a way to balance her detective work with the demands of her newfound popularity before it’s too late. Meanwhile, her faithful friends Daphne, Norville, and Fred are powerless to help thanks to their own personal battles and worse… Detention.

Cast: Velma stars Mindy Kaling, Glenn Howerton, Sam Richardson, and Constance Wu. Additional cast includes Russell Peters, Melissa Fumero, Sarayu Blue, Jane Lynch, Wanda Sykes, Cherry Jones, Frank Welker, Nicole Byer, Gary Cole, Andia Winslow, and Sara Ramirez.

‘Blood of Zeus’ Season 2 Official Trailer, Release Date and Synopsis

Release date: May 9, 2024 on Netflix.

Synopsis: Following Zeus’ demise, a power vacuum emerges amongst the gods, leaving Heron, Zeus’ demigod son, struggling to find his place.

He is racked with loss and hears a mysterious refrain in his dreams, prodding him to save his brother, Seraphim, who is suffering the terrors of the Underworld.

Unbeknownst to Heron, Hades is trying to enlist Seraphim to help him secure Zeus’ vacant throne and save his family from their long-standing suffering.

Created by Charley and Vlas Parlapanides.

‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime’ Season 3 Official Trailer, Release Date and Synopsis

Release date: April 5, 2024 on Crunchyroll.

Synopsis: Rimuru has officially become a Demon Lord after defeating Clayman. Following Walpurgis, the Demon Lords’ banquet, Rimuru’s domain is expanded to include the entire Great Forest of Jura. Anticipating a flood of representatives from all races showing up to pay their respects, Rimuru decides to throw a festival to commemorate the opening of Tempest, using it as an opportunity to gain new citizens and present Demon Lord Rimuru to the world.

Meanwhile, in the Holy Empire of Lubelius, home base of the monster-hating cult of Luminism, Holy Knight Captain Hinata receives a message from Rimuru. But the message is actually a fabricated declaration of war sent by some unknown party. Upon learning that Hinata is heading for Tempest, Rimuru makes a decision… Thus begins a new challenge for Rimuru, striving to distinguish friend from foe in a pursuit of the ideal nation where humans and monsters can prosper together.

Directed by Atsushi Nakayama. Written by Toshizo Nemoto.

‘Smiling Friends’ Season 2 Trailer: Adult Swim Series Returns for More Surreal Misadventures

The second season of Smiling Friends, co-created by Michael Cusack and Zach Hadel, premieres May 12, 2024 on Adult Swim and next day on Max.

Synopsis: In season two of Smiling Friends, Pim, Charlie, Zongo, Allan and Glep continue their mission to bring happiness to the world, whether it’s a washed-up retro video game character, a troubled marriage, or even the president of the United States.

‘Hop’ Official Trailer: New Children’s Series From the Creator of ‘Arthur’ Now Streaming on Max

Release date: April 4, 2024 on Max.

Synopsis: Led by Hop, an enthusiastic, empathetic frog with one leg shorter than the other, he and his quirky friends address kid-relatable challenges with a healthy dose of laughter, silliness, and adventure.

Set in the aspirational community of Fair Village, every episode is grounded in emotional reality but soars into the world of fantasy, populated by dragons, trolls, and talking banjos.

With a gentle balance of humor and heart, our heroes promise to captivate audiences with delightful journeys filled with friendship, valuable life lessons and endless possibilities.

Created by Marc Brown (creator of Arthur), Peter K. Hirsch and Tolon Brown.

Six episodes are available now with twenty more episodes premiering throughout the year.

‘Star Wars: Tales of the Empire’ Official Trailer: Anthology Series Premieres May 4 on Disney+

Release date: May 4, 2024 on Disney+.

Synopsis: Star Wars: Tales of the Empire is a six-episode journey into the fearsome Galactic Empire through the eyes of two warriors on divergent paths, set during different eras.

After losing everything, young Morgan Elsbeth navigates the expanding Imperial world toward a path of vengeance, while former Jedi Barriss Offee does what she must to survive a rapidly changing galaxy. The choices they make will define their destinies.

Cast: Starring Diana Lee Inosanto as Morgan Elsbeth, Meredith Salenger as Barriss Offee, Rya Kihlstedt as Lyn, aka Fourth Sister, Wing T. Chao as Wing, Lars Mikkelsen as Thrawn, Jason Isaacs as Grand Inquisitor and Matthew Wood as General Grievous.

Star Wars: Tales of the Empire was created by Dave Filoni. He serves as supervising director and executive producer along with Athena Yvette Portillo and Carrie Beck.

‘Disney Junior’s Ariel’ Teaser Trailer: Animated Musical Series for Preschoolers Premieres This Summer

Disney Junior’s Ariel is an animated musical series for preschoolers inspired by the The Little Mermaid. It follows 8-year-old Ariel as she and her friends embark on underwater adventures throughout their kingdom of Atlantica and beyond.

The series features King Triton, Ursula, Sebastian and Flounder, as well as new additions like Ariel’s two best friends, Lucia and Fernie, and lots of other sea creatures.

The series stars Mykal-Michelle Harris as Ariel, Taye Diggs as King Triton and Amber Riley as Ursula.

‘Jurassic World: Chaos Theory’ Teaser Trailer: ‘Camp Cretaceous’ Sequel Series Coming to Netflix

Release date: May 24, 2024.

Synopsis: Set six years after the events at Camp Cretaceous, members of “The Nublar Six” are struggling to find their footing off the islands, navigating a world now filled with dinosaurs and people who want to hurt them.

Reunited in the wake of a tragedy, the group comes together only to find themselves on the run and catapulted into a global adventure to unravel a conspiracy that threatens dinosaur and humankind alike and finally learn the truth about what happened to one of their own.

Paul-Mikel Williams and Sean Giambrone return to voice Darius and Ben. No word yet on the other four cast members.

‘Good Times’ Trailer: 1970s Sitcom Gets A Raunchy Sequel Executive Produced by Stephen Curry and Seth MacFarlane

Release date: April 12, 2024.

Good Times is a reimagining and sequel to the 1970s sitcom produced by television pioneer Norman Lear. Netflix’s follow-up centers on the fourth generation of the Evans family living in the same apartment from the original series.

The voice cast includes J.B. Smoove and Yvette Nicole Brown as parents Reggie and Beverly Evans, Jay Pharoah as their teenage artist son, Junior, Marsai Martin as their activist daughter, Grey, Slink Johnson as their infant son, Dalvin, and Rashida “Sheedz” Olayiwola as Beverly’s best friend, Lashes by Lisa.

Executive produced by Ranada Shepard (also showrunner), Stephen Curry, Norman Lear and Seth MacFarlane.

‘Bluey’ Special Trailer: ‘The Sign’ is the Longest Episode Ever for Hit Series

“The Sign” is the first extended-length special of the hit series Bluey, premiering April 14, 2024 on Disney+, Disney Junior and Disney Channel. The episode clocks in at 28 minutes.

Dave McCormack and Melanie Zanetti reprise their roles as the voices of Bandit and Chilli Heeler, and Patrick Brammall returns as the voice of Uncle Rad, Claudia O’Doherty as Frisky, alongside Megan Washington as Calypso, Myf Warhurst as Trixie, and Rose Byrne as Aunt Brandy.

Making their Bluey voice debut, this special episode introduces Rove McManus, Deborah Mailman, Brendan Williams and Joel Edgerton.

The names of the actors who voice Bluey and Bingo are kept private because they are children.

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