Kathryn Beaumont, the voice of Alice in the original 1951 film, guest stars in the special ‘Alice's First Day in Wonderland’ premiering this fall; new episodes debut June 28 on Disney Junior and Disney+.
Disney Branded Television's Alice's Wonderland Bakery Season 2 returns to Disney Junior on Wednesday, June 28 at 7:15 a.m. EST/PST. An initial batch of seven episodes will premiere the same day on on-demand platforms and Disney+.
The new season of the “fantastical” preschool 3DCG animated series welcomes Disney Legend and voice of Alice in the original 1951 film Alice in Wonderland, Kathryn Beaumont, to guest star in the 22-minute special titled “Alice's First Day in Wonderland" premiering this fall.
Additional Season 2 guest stars include Broadway and television star Merle Dandridge (Rent, The Last of Us) as the Silver Queen; Swayam Bhatia (Succession) as Kyra the Knight; Mark Williams (Harry Potter franchise) as Ribbitton, a frog footman; and Karen Fukuhara (The Boys) as Sakura, a singing and dancing cherry blossom.
In the new season, Alice, the great-granddaughter of the original heroine and a budding young baker at the enchanted Wonderland Bakery, goes through the Looking Glass, after finding a magical mirror in the pantry, that transports her to a whimsical chessboard world. On this side of the Looking Glass, anything Alice imagines is possible. With the Silver Queen as their guide, Alice and her friends - Rosa, Hattie, Fergie, and others - meet all sorts of curious characters in this season, including Kyra the Knight, Jacques the Mock Turtle, and Mopsy, the mop dog.
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The original cast returns for the new season, including Libby Rue as Alice; Abigail Estrella as Princess Rosa; CJ Uy as Hattie; Jack Stanton as Fergie; Secunda Wood as Cookie; and Max Mittelman as Cheshire Cat.
Recurring cast members Craig Ferguson as Doorknob; Emmy Award-nominated Eden Espinosa as Rosa's mother, The Queen of Hearts; GRAMMY Award-winner Jon Secada as Rosa's grandfather, The King of Hearts; Vanessa Bayer and Bobby Moynihan as twins Tweedle Do and Tweedle Don't; Donald Faison as Harry the March Hare; Rich Sommer as Captain Dodo; Yvette Nicole Brown as Mama Rabbit; and George Salazar as Dad Hatter.
Alice's Wonderland Bakery is produced by Disney Television Animation. Emmy Award-nominated Chelsea Beyl (Doc McStuffins) is executive producer, Frank Montagna (Elena of Avalor) is co-executive producer and art director, and Ciara Anderson (Harley Quinn) is producer.
Source: Disney Branded Television