Disney Junior’s Puppy Dog Pals has been picked up for a second season, following a warm reception from its debut this spring. Created by prolific comedian and actor Harland Williams and produced by Wild Canary Animation in association with Disney Junior, the cuddly comedy-adventure rates as a Top 5 TV series for preschoolers for 2017 to date.
Since its April debut, the show has amassed 75 million Total Views — 39 million Total Viewers on linear TV plus 36 million engagements via the Disney Junior App, the Disney Channel App and Disney Junior VOD. Puppy Dog Pals content has generated more than 21 million video views, 33 million impressions and 120,000 engagements across key social media platforms including YouTube and Facebook.
Puppy Dog Pals follows fun-loving pug brothers Bingo (voiced by Issac Ryan Brown) and Rolly (Sam Lavagnino) on their exhilarating adventures in their neighborhood and across the globe. Whether helping their owner Bob (Williams) or aiding a friend in needs, the pugs’ motto is that life is more exciting with your best friend by your side. The two-part 22-minute episodes highlight Bingo and Rolly’s similarities and differences, while demonstrating positive lessons about friendship, problem-solving, collaboration, creativity and adventure.
The show also stars Tom Kenny as A.R.F. and Jessica DiCicco as Hissy; with recurring voice cast Huey Lewis (Bulworth), Patrick Warburton (Captain Dog), Jack McBrayer (Hedgie the Hedgehog), Yvette Nicole Brown (Daisy), Leslie David Baker (Frank Exposition), Cheri Oteri (Esther Exposition), Jill Talley (Cupcake), Mo Collins (Strider) and Tress MacNeille (Bob’s Mom).
Williams serves as creator and consulting producer, with Sean Coyle as executive producer, Michael Olson as story editor and Andy Bean as series songwriter and composer.