Get ready for more musical fun with ‘Central Park’ Season 2 trailer

Get ready for more musical fun with Central Park Season 2 trailer


Get ready for more musical fun with Central Park Season 2 trailer
The Tillermans are back to sing and dance their way through Central Park Season 2, coming next week.
Photo: Apple TV+

The trailer for the second season of Central Park debuted Tuesday to get fans ready for the imminent return of the musical comedy to Apple TV+. The first season of the animated series scored an Emmy nomination and praise from critics.

Check out the trailer for a taste of what to expect in season two.

Central Park: Saving New York one dance sequence at a time

The series follows the exploits of Owen Tillerman, the manager of New York’s Central Park, and Paige, his journalist wife, who raise their kids Molly and Cole in the world’s most famous park. But they must fend off the attempts of hotel heiress Bitsy Brandenham to turn the park into condos.

Central Park is created, written and executive produced by Emmy-winner Loren Bouchard, best known for Bob’s Burgers. Also involved are Grammy-winner Josh Gad (Frozen) and Emmy-winner Nora Smith (Bob’s Burgers).

The cast includes Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Daveed Diggs, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Kathryn Hahn, Tituss Burgess and Stanley Tucci.

Season two of the show will premier on Apple TV+ on Friday, June 25. Then new episodes will arrive weekly every Friday. To get ready, the complete first season of Central Park is available on Apple’s streaming service. And a third season is definitely coming.

Watching the show requires a $4.99-per-month subscription. Along with that comes plenty more series and films, including thrillers, crime dramas, sci-fi and more.

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