Additional seasons of ‘Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest’ and ‘Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout’ also set to premiere this year.
The second season of Marvel's Spider-Man follows Peter Parker in his sophomore year as a more experienced super hero and a more confident student at what was once the intimidating Horizon High School. Picking up where season one left off -- in an epic showdown against Doc Ock, the Sinister Five, and Hobgoblin -- season two will offer much higher stakes for both Peter and his heroic alter-ego, Spider-Man. He'll also learn how to navigate new responsibilities like working at his local newspaper The Daily Bugle while enduring Doc Ock's series of obstacles in the villain’s attempt to get rid of Spider-Man once and for all. The action-packed season will continue to touch on Spidey's relatable themes, including friendship, loyalty and heroism, while staying true to its signature sense of comedy. The premiere date for the series will be announced at a later date.
Marvel’s Spider-Man season two will join the previously announced Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout and Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest, which will be returning to Disney XD with new seasons in 2018.
"We're proud of our partnership with Marvel Animation and look forward to premiering more adventure storytelling, through the lens of some of the world's most prominent super heroes, for years to come,” says Marc Buhaj, senior VP programming and GM of Disney XD.
“We are tremendously proud of our animated series on Disney XD. We look forward to continuing our relationship with them including fresh new seasons of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest, and Marvel’s Spider-Man which will air through 2019,” says Dan Buckley, president of Marvel Entertainment. “As we continue to produce in the animation space, we are constantly looking to expand our footprint with projects such as the highly-anticipated Marvel Rising, and a second season of Marvel Super Hero Adventures. Additionally, we are pleased with the continual growth of Marvel HQ on YouTube Kids, which features library favorites and premiere episodes of Marvel Super Hero Adventures and the Marvel Funko animated shorts, as well as upcoming original content.”
The Marvel’s Spider-Man season two creative team includes executive producers Alan Fine (Marvel's The Avengers), Joe Quesada (Marvel's Avengers Assemble), Dan Buckley (Marvel's Avengers Assemble), Cort Lane (Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man, Marvel’s Avengers Assemble), and Eric Radomski (Spawn, Marvel's Avengers Assemble); co-executive producers Stan Lee (Spider-Man) and Marsha Griffin (Transformers Prime); supervising producers Kevin Burke and Chris "Doc" Wyatt (Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man); consulting producer Dan Slott (Spider-Man: Big Time, The Superior Spider-Man); and supervising director Philip Pignotti (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble).