Recently, Disney announced that the second season of “Monsters At Work” would premiere on the Disney Channel in the United States on April 5th, with new episodes dropping weekly. However, Disney+ subscribers have to wait until May 5th.

Over the weekend, Disney confirmed that the second season of “Monsters At Work” will also be returning on Disney+ in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand on Sunday, May 5th, 2024, on the same day as US subscribers get access to the show.

The show is inspired by the Popular Movie Franchise, and in the second season, Tylor’s journey as a Jokester and his friendship with Val face the ultimate test. When new doors of opportunity unexpectedly open at rival energy company, FearCo, Tylor’s co-workers at Monsters Inc. begin to question his loyalty. As his Laugh Floor partnership with Val is pushed to the brink, Tylor must discover where he really belongs.

Series stars include Billy Crystal and John Goodman as beloved franchise favourites Mike Wazowski and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan, respectively. Additional stars include Ben Feldman as Tylor Tuskmon, Mindy Kaling as Val Little, Henry Winkler as Fritz, Lucas Neff as Duncan and Alanna Ubach as Cutter.

Season two guest stars reprising their roles from the “Monsters, Inc.” franchise include Aubrey Plaza as Claire Wheeler, Nathan Fillion as Johnny Worthington III and Bobby Moynihan as Chet Alexander. Additional guest cast includes Jennifer Coolidge, Rhys Darby, Janelle James, Jenifer Lewis, Ali Wong, Bowen Yang, Paula Pell, Danny Pudi, Cody Rigsby, Jimmy Tatro, Danny Trejo, Joe Lo Truglio and Alan Tudyk.

From Disney Branded Television and produced by Disney Television Animation, “Monsters at Work” season two is executive produced by Emmy Award winner Kevin Deters. Melissa Kurtz serves as producer, Stevie Wermers is the supervising director, Colleen Evanson is the story editor, and Dominic Lewis is the series composer.

It’s unclear why the season seconds Disney+ release is getting delayed by a month after its Disney Channel release, especially since it was one of the very first originals announced for Disney+.   I suspect there’s some issue with the show being moved over to the Disney Channel’s accounts during the Chapek era to try to offset some of its streaming losses, but that’s just my own guess.

The first season of Monsters At Work, along with the other two films, is available to stream now on Disney+.

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Roger Palmer

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