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Amphibia Season 2 Release Date and Expected Storyline

Disney’s Amphibia, the very popular and fun American animated series is a new take on cartoon narration. Audiences have liked it and critics talked about the great storyline and other-worldly characters.

The plot is based in a magical world Amphibia which is inhabited by dangerous beasts and frogs. The protagonist is a 13-year old girl Anna Boonchuy and his frog friend Sprig Plantar who slowly understands the true meaning of friendship while exploring the place.

While the plot is relatively simple, the narration is good. It also turned out good enough to garner an impressive 7.9/10 on IMDb ratings.

With a successful first season in hand, the show is returning again. Read on to find out all about the show’s reprisal.

Amphibia Season 2 Release Date

Surprisingly the Season 2 was already announced even before the series started premiering on June 17, 2019. Matt Braly, the mastermind behind the series was already dropping hints about the same and on May 15 of 2019, Season 2 was finally announced.

The most probable release date, for now, is in June or July of this year. But, officially nothing has been said so there’s no actual confirmation.

For now, let’s assume that it will drop at the expected time.

Amphibia Season 2 Expected Storyline

As all animated series go, this second season will be a continuation of the first season. Anne and her side-kick Sprig will be seen in more wonderful adventures. Quite possible, they might also try out options to get Anne out of Amphibia.

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Sadly, there is confirmation about anything.

The cast will be the same while there may be more additional characters getting screen time.

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