A new season of swashbuckling adventure is on the way for Disney Junior’s Mickey Mouse Funhouse, premiering Friday, November 4 at 11 a.m. EDT on Disney Channel and Disney Junior, timed to Mickey’s birthday month. The episodes will stream on Disney+ early next year.
New episodes will include pirate-themed adventures for Disney’s iconic character, Mickey Mouse, and his pals — Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto — as they visit real-world and fantastical locales with Funny, an enchanted talking playhouse voiced by Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows).
Season 1 is currently available on Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney+. The whimsical animated series from Disney Branded Television has amassed over 110 million views to date across digital platforms.
Season 2 finds Mickey and the gang visiting a variety of magical lands — such as Pirate World, Underwater Ocean World, Prehistoric World and Herotropolis — where they become powerful superheroes. Funny also turns into a modern-day jet, helping the pals explore real-world cultures, from observing Lunar New Year in Seoul to celebrating Día de los Muertos in Mexico City.
The upcoming season features the return of John Stamos (Big Shot) as Captain Salty Bones and introduces new characters voiced by Yvette Nicole Brown (Firebuds) as Pepper Lemon, a rival pirate to Captain Salty Bones; Lois Chimimba (The One) as the Tooth Fairy; Alice Lee (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) as Ye Eun, a girl who works at a Korean folk village; Yasmine Al Massri (Quantico) as Bast, an Egyptian cat-like statue; and Jee Young Han (Perry Mason) as Cho Sook, a Korean gumiho (a mythological nine-tailed fox).
Other returning guest cast members include Jenifer Lewis as Wheezelene, Grammy Award-nominee Mickey Guyton as Wanda the Wandrin’ Warbler, Richard Kind as Cheezel, Jaime Camil as Rocket Mouse and Amanda Seales as Annie.
Geared to kids ages 2-7 and their families, Mickey Mouse Funhouse is a top 3 cable series with Kids 2-5, reaching 1 in 4 preschoolers across linear and streaming platforms (per Nielsen Media Research 2Q22). Each episode features two 11-minute stories with a mid-way “Stretch and Wiggle” dance break. The series demonstrates imaginative play, encourages wish fulfillment and imparts age-appropriate social and emotional lessons about friendship, creativity and ingenuity.
Phil Weinstein is executive producer and supervising director; Thomas Hart is co-executive producer and supervising story editor; Mark Drop is story editor. Emmy winner Alan Bodner serves as art director, and Steve Walby is producer. Emmy nominee Beau Black is the series composer and co-writes the original songs with Loren Hoskins. The series is a production of Disney Television Animation.
Extensions for Mickey Mouse Funhouse include children’s playsets, figures, plush and more, which are currently available at shopDisney.com and retailers nationwide. Additionally, a collection of pirate-themed playsets and plush from Just Play is now available in stores.