We Baby Bears is a Cartoon Network animated television series created by Manny Hernandez. It is a prequel to the animated series We Bare Bears, created by Daniel Chong.
Along with Sam Register, Hernandez and Chong serve as executive producers. The first season of the series premiered on Cartoon Network on January 1, 2022, to mixed reviews from critics. It has a rating of 5.8/10 on IMDb. The show has already been renewed for a second season.
So, when will We Baby Bears Season 2 be available? What exactly is the plot? Who would return to reprise the lead roles? Continue reading for more information.
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We Baby Bears Season 2 Release Date
We Baby Bears’ first season premiered in January 2022, and it was renewed for a second season near the end of the month. Given this, the new season is expected to premiere in 2023.
The upcoming season, like the first, could have 25 episodes. Cartoon Network Studios produces the show, which is distributed by Warner Bros. Television Distribution.
We Baby Bears Season 2 Plot
We Baby Bears’ creators haven’t revealed much about Season 2’s plot. It is based on adoptive bear bros Grizlly aka Grizz, Panda aka Pan-Pan, and Ice Bear, and it follows the trio as they try to fit in with their human peers in San Francisco.
The episodes show the family doing everything from grocery shopping to attempting to become internet celebrities. Whether or not they fit in at work, the group knows they can always rely on one another by the end of each episode.
We Baby Bears Season 2 Cast
In terms of the cast, we should see the main cast members from Season 1 reprise their roles in Season 2. In the lead roles are Connor Andrade, Amari McCoy, Max Mitchell, and Demetri Martin. Like Season 1, we should see some celebrity guest stars in the new season.
Where To Watch We Baby Bears Season 2 Online?
We Baby Bears, a children’s series starring Connor Andrade, Max Mitchell, and Amari McCoy, is now streaming on Netflix. On your Roku device, you can watch it on Cartoon Network, HBO Max, Spectrum TV, Vudu, Apple TV, or Prime Video.