Season two of its Emmy-nominated animated series Miles from Tomorrowland will launch on Monday, June 20 on Disney Channel (9 a.m. ET), and the intergalactic CG adventures will be packed with celebrity guest stars. The new season will also be available on the Disney Junior app beginning Monday, June 15.
Created in consultation with experts from NASA and the JPL, Google and the Space Tourism Society, Miles from Tomorrowland follows Miles Callisto and his family on their outer space missions to help connect the galaxy on behalf of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. Season two finds Miles utilizing his newfound Galactech power mode, which enhances the Callistos’ vehicles, gadgets and space suits, allowing Miles to take on more daring missions with his Blastboard and Merc the robo-ostrich.
Celebrity guest stars for season two include Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s LeVar Burton — who plays Galactic School teacher Dr. Consilium — and Jonathan Frakes as Miles’ paternal grandfather. Whoopi Goldberg voices creative tech genius The GameMaster, and Good Morning America chief meteorologist and Dancing with the Stars finalist Ginger Zee voices Dr. Zephyr Skye, Tomorrowland’s top meteorologist.
Created and executive produced by Sascha Paladino (Henry Hugglemonster, Ni Hao Kai-lan) with Paul Demeyer (Duckman, Rugrats in Paris) as supervising director, Miles from Tomorrowland incorporates unique space and science facts into each storyline and encourages kids’ curiosity about space, science and technology. Olivia Munn stars as Captain Phoebe Callisto with Justin Felbinger as Miles, Tom Kenny as Leo, Fiona Bishop as Loretta and Dee Bradley Baker as Merc.
Recurring guest stars include Adrian Grenier as Captain Joe, Mark Hamill as Gadfly, George Takei as Spectryx, Bill Nye as Professor Rubicon, Wil Wheaton as Commander S’leet, Alton Brown as Lysander Floovox and Brenda Song as Aunt Frida. The series is produced by Wild Canary Films in association with Disney Junior.