After Fred Savage‘s dismissal as executive producer and director of the reboot, the comedy series The Wonder Years will return for a second season. Based on the original 1980s comedy, this new series tells the story of a Black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama in the late 1960s, as seen through the eyes of 12-year-old Dean Williams. Allow www.tvacute.com to supply you with all of the information you’ll need to watch the new Season of ‘The Wonder Years 2021,’
The Wonder Years  Season 2 Release Date
The second season of ABC’s Peabody Award-winning comedy The Wonder Years premieres on June 14 at 9 p.m. There will be a one-hour premiere to kick off the new season. You can still catch up on this fantastic series on Hulu if you haven’t seen it yet. Additionally, the show is available to stream on Disney Plus, Hotstar, and Youtube TV | Amazon Prime.
The compelling tone of the first season came from its realistic depiction of a Black family in the 1960s in Montgomery, Alabama, struggling to deal with the realities of life. It’s not just about the terrible events that occurred; it’s also about how one family dealt with and continues dealing with the inevitable changes that come with the end of a decade. here is the detail of The Wonder Years: Season 2, Episodes which will air on June 14.
The Wonder Years: Season 2, Episode 1: One Small Step
It’s the summer of 1969, and Dean and Bill are experiencing new walks of life in New York City; in Montgomery, Lilian’s infamous sister, Jackie, pays a memorable visit.
The Wonder Years: Season 2, Episode 2: “Forbidden Fruit”
Torn between his secret relationship with Keisa and his friendship with Broderick, Dean turns to Jackie for advice. Meanwhile, after her latest run-in with the law, Jackie decides to turn over a new leaf.
 The Wonder Years Season 2 Cast
Don Cheadle plays an adult Dean Williams who narrates the episodes of the Peabody Award-winning series. Along with Elisha “EJ” Williams playing Dean Williams, Dulé Hill portraying Bill Williams, Saycon Sengbloh playing Lillian Williams, Laura Kariuki playing Kim Williams, Julian Lerner playing Brad Hitman, Amari O’Neil playing Cory Long, and Milan Ray playing Keisa Clemmons.
 The Wonder Years Season 2 Guest Cast
Get ready for some exciting news, folks! The Wonder Years Season 2 is bringing in some big names to guest stars on the show. We’re thrilled to announce that Wayne Brady, Tituss Burgess, Donald Faison, Patti LaBelle, Phoebe Robinson, and Bradley Whitford will all be making appearances.
In the upcoming season 2, the show will introduce Wayne Brady as Melvin, the older brother of Hill. Melvin is a successful blowhard who takes immense pride in his achievements and enjoys flaunting them. He is also the favorite child of their father, which only adds to his insufferable smugness.
In the highly anticipated second season, the talented Patti LaBelle will grace our screens with her presence, portraying the role of Shirley Williams, the mother of Bill Williams, in two exciting episodes. In a stunning September reveal, it was unveiled that Shirley holds the esteemed position of church choir director. Introducing the beloved “Mother Williams,” a character who is as sweet as pie but has a fiery side when it comes to choir members who don’t quite hit the right notes.
Lonnie, a drag performer with Southern roots, will be portrayed by Tituss Burgess. Lonnie will become friends with Bill and Dean during their time in New York. Faison has been cast as Terrence, the outgoing frat brother and real estate agent of Cliff (played by Allen Maldonado). In the wake of the housing act, Terrence is determined to make Cliff one of the first Black families to purchase a home in the all-white neighborhood of Eastdale.
In the upcoming episode, Phoebe Robinson is set to portray the character of Jackie, the beloved younger sister of Lillian and the favorite aunt of Kim and Dean. Introducing Jackie, the ultimate mischief maker and rule breaker who always seems to attract trouble. Whitford is set to portray Alan, Dean’s music instructor, who astounds Bill with his vast knowledge of the jazz music industry.
Why was Fred Savage fired from The Wonder Years Reboot?
In May 2022, a spokesperson for 20th Television confirmed that Fred Savage was let go from the reboot series after an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior. The details of the misconduct were kept under wraps at the moment. In a shocking report by The Hollywood Reporter in August, it was revealed that six women who worked on the show had come forward with allegations against the former executive. These allegations, which included claims of sexual assault by a former crew member and accusations of routine verbal harassment and belittlement of below-the-line staff on set, ultimately led to his ousting from the company.
The show’s executive producers are Lee Daniels, Saladin K. Patterson, Bob Daily, and Jacque Edmonds Cofer. The show is likewise run by Patterson. 20th Television, a division of Disney Television Studios, is responsible for making the show.