Amphibia Season 2 Episode 1- Expected Release Date, Cast & All Update

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In this article, I’ll discuss the Amphibia season 2 episode 1 expected release date. Based on the latest update our analysis teams have derived information about the upcoming season. The first season of the series received an overwhelming response from the animated audience community around the globe. For those who are active in social media might have known the fact that there is a huge expectation for animation films and television series these days. As announced the earlier first season of the series consists of 20 episodes, each episode with a runtime of around 22 minutes holding more than million active viewers.

Amphibia is an American animated television series. The series is created by Matt Braly, It follows Animated, Comedy, Adventure, Fantasy genre. Derek Kirk Kim, Bert Youn, Kyler Spears, Kim Roberson, Ian Worrel are the directors of the animated television series. Disney Television Animation is the production company involved in producing the television series. IMDB rating of the series is 7.9/10 which looks quite decent for the first season of the series.

When Is Amphibia Season 2 Episode 1 Release Date?

Amphibia season 2 episode 1 is expected to be released during the summer,2020. This is if the show follows the previous release schedule.  Many might have to know the fact that development has announced their renewal update of May,15,2020 after analyzing the audience response. Based on the information from the leaks and speculation suggests that development might have already started the progress of the second season of the series. As of now, we don’t have any official announcement about the release date of the Amphibia season 2. We need to sit back and wait for some time in order to get the official information about the release date from the development. However, we’ll keep you updated once the announcement drops from the development.

Who Are The Cast Included In Amphibia Season 2 Episode 1?

As of now, we don’t have any official announcement about the cast details fo the Amphibia Season 2. It’s expected that development might retain the cast from the previous season to maintain the continuity of the series. Based on the information from the uneducated guesses suggest that the development is in talks with the voice artist to enhance the performance of the new characters to meet the standard and quality of the series. We’ll provide cast information from the previous season of the series so that you’ll get the glimpses of information about the cast included in the series. However, we’ll keep you updated once the announcement about the cast details drops from the development.

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Following are the cast include in Amphibia

  • Anne Boonchuy – voiced by Brenda Song,
  • Sprig Plantar – voiced by Justin Felbinger,
  • Hopadiah “Hop Pop” Plantar – voiced by Bill Farmer,
  • Polly Plantar – voiced by Amanda Leighton,
  • Mayor Toadstool – voiced by Stephen Root,
  • Toadie – voiced by Jack McBrayer,
  • Buck Leatherleaf – voiced by James Adomian,
  • One Eyed Wally – voiced by James Patrick Stuart,
  • Sadie Croaker – voiced by Laila Berzins,
  • Archie – vocal effects provided by Dee Bradley Baker,
  • Felicia Sundew – voiced by Kaitlyn Robrock,
  • Sylvia Sundew – voiced by Mona Marshall,
  • Ivy Sundew – voiced by Katie Crown,
  • Leopold Loggle – voiced by Brian Maillard,
  • Albus Duckweed – voiced by Kevin McDonald,
  • Stumpy – voiced by John DiMaggio,
  • Mr. Flour – voiced by Kevin Michael,
  • Richardson Maddie Flour – voiced by Jill Bartlett,
  • Soggy Joe – voiced by Fred Tatasciore,
  • Tuti – voiced by April Winchell,
  • Captain Grime – voiced by Troy Baker,
  • Sasha – voiced by Anna Akana,
  • Bog – voiced by Darin De Paul,
  • Fens – voiced by April Winchell,
  • Mire,
  • Percy – voiced by Matt Jones,
  • Braddock – voiced by Kristen Johnston.

Amphibia Season 1 Episode Details

  • Anne or Beast? directed by Bert Youn, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Kyler Spears, Yonatan Tal, & Bert Youn aired on June 17, 2019,/ Best Fronds directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on June 17, 2019.
  • Cane Crazy directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Hannah Ayoubi & Derek Kirk Kim aired on June 18, 2019,/ Flood, Sweat, and Tears directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis aired on June 18, 2019.
  • Hop Luck directed by Bert Youn, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on June 19, 2019,/ Stakeout directed by Bert Youn, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on June 19, 2019.
  • The Domino Effect directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Justin Charlebois & Jenava Mie, storyboarded Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on June 24, 2019,/ Taking Charge directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on June 24, 2019.
  • Anne Theft Auto directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Justin Charlebois and Jenava Mie, storyboard Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on June 24, 2019,/ Breakout Star directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on June 24, 2019.
  • Sprig Vs. Hop Pop directed by Bert Youn, written by Adam Colás, storyboard Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on June 25, 2019,/Girl Time directed by Bert Youn, written by Emily Brundige and Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on June 25, 2019.
  • Dating Season directed by Bert Youn, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on June 26, 2019.
  • Anne Vs. Wild directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on June 26, 2019.
  • Contagi-Anne directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on June 27, 2019.
  • Family Shrub directed by Bert Youn, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on June 27, 2019,
  • Lily Pad Thai directed by Derek Kirk Kim,, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on July 1, 2019.
  • Plantar’s Last Stand directed by Bert Youn, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 1, 2019.
  • Toad Tax directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Drew Applegate, Cheyenne Curtis,& Kyler Spears, aired on July 2, 2019.
  • Prison Break directed by Bert Youn, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on July 2, 2019.
  • Grubhog Day directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Matt Braly & Kim Roberson, aired on July 3, 2019.
  • Hop Pop and Lock directed by Bert Youn, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 3, 2019.
  • Civil Wart directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded by Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on July 4, 2019.
  • Hop-Popular directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on July 4, 2019.
  • Croak and Punishment directed by Bert Youn, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on July 8, 2019.
  • Trip to the Archives directed by Bert Youn, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 8, 2019.
  • Snow Day directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on July 9, 2019.
  • Cracking Mrs. Croaker directed by Bert Youn, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on July 9, 2019.
  • A Night at The Inn directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on July 10, 2019.
  • Wally and Anne directed by Bert Youn, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 10, 2019.
  • Family Fishing Trip directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on July 11, 2019.
  • Bizarre Bazaar directed by Bert Youn, written by Gloria Shen, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on July 11, 2019.
  • Cursed! directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on July 15, 2019.
  • Fiddle Me This directed by Bert Youn, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 15, 2019.
  • The Big Bugball Game directed by Bert Youn, written by Michele Cavin, storyboarded by Aaron Austin & Hannah Ayoubi, aired on July 16, 2019.
  • Combat Camp directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Adam Colás, storyboarded by Drew Applegate & Cheyenne Curtis, aired on July 16, 2019.
  • Children of the Spore directed by Derek Kirk Kim, written by Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Kathryn Marusik & Kyler Spears, aired on July 17, 2019.
  • Anne of the Year directed by Bert Youn, written by Jenava Mie, storyboarded by Drew Applegate, Jenn Strickland,& Silver Paul, aired on July 17, 2019.
  • Reunion directed by Derek Kirk Kim, Bert Youn & Kyler Spears, written by Adam Colás, Gloria Shen, Matt Braly & Jack Ferraiolo, storyboarded by Cheyenne Curtis, Nate Maurer, Kyler Spears, Jenn Strickland & Steve Wolfhard, aired on July 18, 2019.