Disney has announced that eight new episodes from the second season of the hit animated series, “Mickey Mouse Funhouse,” are coming to Disney+ in the United States on Wednesday, 15th November 2023. These episodes have already aired on the Disney Junior channel.
The whimsical animated series “Mickey Mouse Funhouse” introduces preschoolers’ first pal, Mickey Mouse, and his friends — Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy and Pluto — to Funny, an enchanted talking playhouse, who takes the Sensational Six on adventures of all types to unique worlds that inspire the imagination. Designed to inspire kids to expand their creative play, encourage wish fulfilment and impart lessons of friendship and ingenuity, each episode features two 11-minute stories separated by a midway dance break.
The eight new episodes include:
King Ludwig’s Day Off/No Horsing Around – King Ludwig Has got a cold so he decided to take the day off and freed everyone; In the Funhouse Zoo the horses escaped in one of the Adventure Doors so the gang decided to find them all.
Dino Safari – Mickey, Minnie and friends visit Prehistoric World to dino-sit some dinosaur eggs. When the dinosaurs start hatching and running loose, it’s a safari adventure to get all the babies back together.
The Kooky Paleontologist!/That’s My Jam! – Von Drake whisks the gang off to Prehistoric World to find hot lava to repair their game; the gang embarks on a journey to gather instruments for a big jam session.
Dino See, Dino Do/Pete the Mighty Baby! – Mickey and the gang head to Prehistoric World for a sleepover with some baby dinos; on a visit to meet Pete’s mom, Donald and Pete step into a fountain of youth which turns them into babies.
For Pete’s Sake!/Minnie Golf – The gang helps Pete the Mighty try to sculpt a statue of himself out of a mountainside, only to be thwarted by Care-abelle’s magic; Minnie and Martian Minnie play Mini-Golf.
No Bear Hugs/Where’s Funny? – Goofy’s feelings are hurt when his new pal, Kyle, doesn’t want to give him a hug; when Funny isn’t around, it’s up to Mickey and friends to have a fun day on their own.
Cora The Pirate Crab!/The Curious Case Of The Kooky Scientist – Goofy is jealous that Cora the giant crab is Captain Salty Bones’ first mate; Von Drake’s lab assistants accidentally turn him invisible.
Stink, Stank, Stunk!/Día de los Muertos – Mickey and the gang discover the Grand Pumpkin and they must return it to Halloweenville before it rots away; Panchito invites the gang and José Carioca to celebrate Día de los Muertos in Mexico City.
Phil Weinstein is the executive producer and supervising director, Thomas Hart is the co-executive producer and supervising story editor, and Mark Drop is the story editor, all from the Emmy Award-nominated “Mickey and the Roadster Racers.” Emmy Award winner Alan Bodner (“Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure”) serves as art director, and Steve Walby (“Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures”) is the producer. Beau Black (“The Lion Guard”) is the series composer and co-writes the original songs with Loren Hoskins (“Jake and the Never Land Pirates”). The series is a production of Disney Television Animation.
The previous season, along with the first 14 episodes of the second season of “Mickey Mouse Funhouse”, is available now on Disney+.
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