“Santa Clause: The Series”
The second season of the Disney+ series starts in November
The start date of the second season of “Santa Clause: The Series” has been set. The Christmas story enters its second round in November.
Christmas is just around the corner in just a few weeks and the first Christmas series and films won’t be long in coming. As Disney+ has now announced, “Santa Clause: The Series” will return to the streaming service with a second season in November. The series premieres with the first two episodes on November 8th, after which new episodes will be released every Wednesday.
Tim Allen plays Santa Claus again
Tim Allen (70), who also works as a producer, is back as Scott Calvin. Calvin returns to the North Pole with his family in the second season and, after the failed search for a worthy successor, takes on the role again Santa Claus. He is now preparing his son Cal (Austin Kane, 20) to follow in his footsteps.
In addition to Tim Allen and Austin Kane, Elizabeth Mitchell (53) stars as Carol/Mrs. Claus, Tim Allen’s daughter Elizabeth Allen-Dick (14) as Sandra Calvin Claus, Devin Bright (15) as Noel, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias (47) as Kris Kringle and Eric Stonestreet (52) as Magnus Antas are back in season two see. Matilda Lawler (15) takes on the role of Santa Claus’ boss Betty again. New additions include Marta Kessler (14) as Olga, Liam Kyle (50) as Gary, Isabella Bennett (36) as Edie, Sasha Knight (12) as Crouton, Ruby Jay (18) as Riley, Mia Lynn Bangunan ( 14) as Pontoon and Laura San Giacomo (60) as La Befana, the Christmas witch.