The release date for Milo Murphy’s Law season 2 — Pending
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Series storyline and cast
The creators of Phineas and Ferb have done it again, producing a new animated comedy show for Disney XD. Hailing from Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, who are the authors and executive producers, Milo Murphy’s Law premiered on October 3, 2016, with the premiere episode released early for free viewing on iTunes and Amazon on September 19, 2016. The show is produced by Disney Television Animation, and its episodes are 12 minutes in length.
Swamp City is the setting for 13-year-old Milo Murphy’s adventures, that are mostly unlucky, although always fun. Whether he is taking a shortcut to school and manages to avoid alien abduction, wolves and bees in the same trip, or participating in a physics project that goes awry, Milo is always in the center of some unfortunate incident, which, however, usually ends well. His friends Zack and Melissa, his sister Sarah and Milo’s teacher Mrs. Murawski are also a part of almost every episode.
Top-notch reviews and renewal potential
The series is getting excellent reviews from the viewers, who are very happy about the interesting characters, hilarious jokes, roller coaster action, fun soundtrack and the impressive voice talent behind the characters, with the likes of Weird Al Yankovic, Mekai Curtis and Sabrina Carpenter. It has an 8.1/10 IMDb score, and is airing with an average audience of approximately 300,000 viewers per episode. The wacky show has not been renewed for another season, yet it seems like an excellent idea, so please stay tuned and find out if the network concurs.
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