Angry Birds Summer Madness Season 2 Release Date, Cast and Trailer

Angry Birds Summer Madness Season 2 Release Date Cast and Trailer

Netflix’s original series Angry Birds Summer Madness gave audiences a glimpse inside the summer camp antics of the Angry Birds flock during their formative adolescent years. The series debuted on January 28, 2022, and is partly based on the characters from The Angry Birds Movie films and the Rovio Entertainment Angry Birds franchise. Rob Doherty and Scott Sonneborn created the children’s animated streaming television series Angry Birds: Summer Madness.

We watched the birds leap wherever they pleased, rock through the trees, and cope with the obnoxious camp bully, Neiderflyer, throughout the course of 16 exquisitely illustrated episodes. The birds are back for more episodes of summertime fun at camp! Watch Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella start the summer off by creating lifelong memories!

Angry Birds Summer Madness Season 2 Release Date

 Netflix will release sixteen brand-new episodes of summer camp fun. On June 24, 2022, Season 2 will be made available.

Angry Birds Summer Madness Season 2 Trailer

The Angry Birds characters are shown in Angry Birds Summer Madness during a tremendously exciting (and frequently embarrassing) period of their lives: their early adolescence. It was crucial to do it right because this was the first time in Angry Birds history that the birds were shown at this age.

Angry Birds Summer Madness Voice cast

Ty Olsson as Bomb
Deven Mack as Chuck
Ian Hanlin as Red and Neiderflyer
Gigi Saul Guerrero as Stella
Peter Kelamis as Harold
Ana Sani as Robin and Matilda
Adam Kirschner as Mighty Eagle and Terence
Tabitha St. Germain as Lynette

The co-developer and series producer of the show, Robert Doherty, who serves as SVP of Production at CAKE, provides some insight into the process of character creation: “CAKE worked closely with the design team at Rovio to produce core character designs, which were then handed over to the art department at Yowza Animation and adapted into character builds that would work for the animation pipeline. The show’s appearance and feel were maintained on brand because CAKE and Rovio were actively involved throughout the design process.

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