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The Secret Do-Gooder Squad Returns in DreamWorks' ‘Team Zenko Go’ S2 Trailer

Netflix’s animated preschool series is back with 10 new episodes of its hit show, getting even more chances to share random acts of kindness on August 8.

The secret squad is back with an all-new season of the animated preschool series Team Zenko Go, from DreamWorks Animation and Mainframe Studios. The show follows four kids helping their community through random acts of kindness to make their town the happiest place to live. The second season of the Zenkos-filled 10-episode series arrives on Netflix on August 8.

Team Zenko Go is back and ready to use expertise in good deeds (Zenkos) and quick-thinking skills to secretly help their Harmony Harbor neighbors. With Auntie Yuki’s wise words guiding their way and tremendous teamwork, the team pulls off a surprise birthday party, brings the town together for a holiday sing-along, and helps Rodney get out (and stay out) of every mess that he finds himself in.

Check out the trailer:

In the show, Niah, Ari, Ellie, and Jax are members of Team Zenko Go, a secret squad of stealthy do-gooders who harness the art of distraction to perform anonymous acts of kindness for the unknowing residents of Harmony Harbor. These four kids have been taught by their mentor, Auntie Yuki, a special set of skills that allow them to do good deeds for others, making their town the happiest in the world. Like Auntie, Yuki says... "when we help people without them knowing, they start to think that the world is just a nicer place."

The show features the voice talent of Nakai Takawira as Niah; Dominic Mariche as Jax; Penelope Good as Ellie; Hartley Bernier as Ari; D'arcy Han as Auntie Yuki; Tabitha St. Germain as Ponzu.

Jack Thomas (Dragons Rescue Riders) is the show’s executive producer and showrunner, with Michael Hefferon, Gregory R. Little, and Kim Dent Wilder serving as executive producers.

Source: DreamWorks Animation

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