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Apple TV+ Drops ‘Wolfboy and the Everything Factory’ Season 2 Trailer

The streamer promises more whimsy with the wild, weird, and wonderfully epic adventures of Wolfboy, an imaginative oddball who discovers a strange realm at the center of the earth; the 2D animated series returns this month with all new episodes.

Apple TV+ has shared a trailer for Season 2 of the popular 2D animated series Wolfboy and the Everything Factory. From creators Toff Mazery and Edward Jesse, executive producers Joseph Gordon-Levitt, HITRECORD, Emmy Award-winning Bento Box Entertainment, and Michael Ryan, Season 2 premieres globally on Apple TV+ Friday, September 30.

According to the streamer, the new season takes Wolfboy, voiced by Kassian Akhtar, to a new realm underneath the Everything Factory, where Nyx attempts to lure him to the dark side. With his Spryte friends and new allies, Wolfboy engages in a quest to unite the forces of creation and destruction and realizes that being different is what makes him special - and ultimately, it’s the oddballs and dreamers who change the world.

In addition to newcomer Akhtar as the titular Wolfboy, the series is voiced by Critics' Choice Award nominee Archie Yates (Jojo Rabbit), who portrays Sprout; Lilly Williams as Xandra; Cristina Milizia (DC Superhero Girls) as Floof; Abigail Estrella (Alice’s Wonderland Bakery) as Seth; and Gordon-Levitt as Professor Luxcraft. The series is peppered with special voice performances, including Juno Temple (Ted Lasso).

The award-winning slate of animated original series and films for kids and families on Apple TV+ includes the recently premiered critically-acclaimed El Deafo,  Amber Brown,  Best Foot ForwardLovely Little FarmDuck & GoosePinecone & PonyFraggle Rock: Back to the Rock, and Harriet the Spy from The Jim Henson Company, and the animated adventure film Luck from Apple Original Films and Skydance Animation; Daytime Emmy Award-winning Helpsters from Sesame Workshop; Academy Award-nominated animated film WolfwalkersWolfboy and the Everything Factory from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, HITRECORD and Bento Box Entertainment; Get Rolling with Otis and Puppy Place; new series and specials from Peanuts and WildBrain including Snoopy in Space Season 2, It’s the Small Things, Charlie Brown, and For Auld Lang Syne.

Source: Apple TV+

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.