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The Disney Channel announced Tuesday that the second season of its “Sly and the Bandit” comedy drama, starring Ben Affleck and Kristen Wiig, will premiere on April 10, 2017.
The announcement was made during a presentation of “Sled” and “The Little Mermaid” trailers for Disney Channel.
“The first season of ‘Sleeper’ premiered on April 5, and it was a tremendous success,” said Disney Channel president John Landgraf.
“We’re so excited to welcome a new season to the family.”
In the first season, the pair were paired up by Disney Channel to try out their talents on the small screen and it’s clear that Affleck is a natural fit for the role.
“I’m so thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Ben,” said Landgraff.
“They have so much fun on screen, and I’m thrilled to get to bring them back.” “
Sid and Nancy’s the perfect pair, and they’re both funny, smart, and charming,” he added.
“They have so much fun on screen, and I’m thrilled to get to bring them back.”
The second season, “Sleepless Nights,” stars John Goodman, Melissa Leo, Ben Affcken, Sarah Michelle Gellar, John Krasinski, and Sarah Shahi, will air on Disney Channel in 2019.
The second episode of the series will premiere in 2019, followed by a new episode in 2020.
“This season of the ‘Sly & The Bandit’ comedy series marks a new chapter for ‘Sleeptown,'” said Walt Disney Studios CEO Bill Condon.
“Ben and Nancy have become iconic characters and we are thrilled to bring their comedy to the Disney Channel, where they will bring their unique blend of humor, heart, and wit to viewers around the world.”
“Sneaky Pete” returns to Disney Channel after a two-season absence, and “Pete’s Dragon” returns after a one-season hiatus.
“Petzl” has been a favorite among viewers.
“A fun, hilarious, and challenging comedy with a new perspective, Petzl explores the complicated relationship between a young boy and his dragon.
Petz l will debut on Disney XD in 2018.
The network said in a statement that it has “pushed the boundaries of comedy and brought new stars to the table.” “
Shark Tank” is back on Disney Channels after a brief hiatus.
The network said in a statement that it has “pushed the boundaries of comedy and brought new stars to the table.”
“The second season continues to make it clear that ‘Shark’ is the perfect fit for us,” said Scott Rudin, president of programming for Disney Chubs.
“After two seasons of hilarious and unique storytelling, we are very excited to return to the series.”
The network also announced that “Duck Dynasty” will return to its original season.
The first episode of “Dynasty” will air in 2018, followed closely by the series finale on May 2.
“Ducks are the world’s greatest ambassadors, and the world needs them,” said Rick Westhead, president and CEO of Discovery Communications.
“Fishing with our beloved Dads is the highest honor a dad can be, and we’re thrilled to return the show to Disney Champs.”
“Hank and Hank,” the second series in “Hanks Big Movie,” will debut in 2018 with a six-episode first season.
“Hans is one of the most beloved characters in the Disney universe, and now he and his best friend Hank are teaming up to make movies,” said Westhead.
“And the fun begins with their first movie!
In 2018, we will be introducing Hank’s brother, Hank Jr., who has been in the business for decades and is now getting his big break on the big screen.”
The new season of “Family Guy” will premiere April 7, 2019.
“Family Guys” has always been a popular and successful family show, with “Family Matters,” which aired from 1992 to 2004, starring Kevin James, Chris Rock, Matt Groening, Seth MacFarlane, and Seth Macfarlane, still being viewed as the show’s best-known episodes.
“Our team of producers and writers is thrilled to continue the tradition of Family Guy,” said Phil McDonald, executive producer of the “Family” series.
The third season of Disney Channel series “The Adventures of Flapjack” will debut April 10.
“Flapjack is back with his new buddy Flap, and in the new season, he will learn how to fly and be a real professional at the same time,” said Wendy Lewis, executive vice president of Disney Chioschannels digital and creative.
“But what if he wasn’t a real hero?
What if he’s just a mean old jerk?
Will we ever get to see him become a real man?”
The network announced that the first episode will air