Disney+ Renews Monsters Inc. Spinoff Monsters At Work For Season 2

Disney+ Renews Monsters Inc. Spinoff Monsters At Work For Season 2

Disney+ has officially renewed the Monsters, Inc. spinoff series, Monsters at Work, for season 2, and share an adorable edit with their announcement.

Monsters at Work season 2 is officially happening at Disney+. After the smash success of the two Monsters, Inc. movies, 2001’s Monsters, Inc. and 2013’s Monsters University, Disney Pixar announced its plans to continue the franchise with a spinoff series on its new dedicated streaming platform, Disney+. Monsters at Work premiered in July 2021, chronicling the story of the Monsters Inc. Facilities Team (MIFT) as they assisted the factory in harvesting energy from laugh power. In the new show, John Goodman and Billy Crystal return as James P. “Sulley” Sullivan and Mike Wazowski, with Ben Feldman, Mindy Kaling, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, and Alanna Ubach playing new characters. Earlier, Winkler suggested that season 2 would happen, and now there is official confirmation about the same.

Now, Disney+ confirms that Monsters at Work season 2 is officially a go. The streamer put together an adorably hilarious clip for its announcement, making clear that the story of Monstropolis would continue for another season. Season 2 is scheduled to release in 2023, although a specific release date has not been specified. Check out the announcement post below:

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Delightfully charming and playfully silly, Monsters at Work managed to entertain audiences of all ages during its freshman run. Now, heading into season 2, the show will likely expand its world-building, adding characters both new and old to the fold. Previously, some critics had complained about the Monsters, Inc. spinoff series not fully capturing the essence of the source material. But, hopefully, with the time between the two seasons, the showrunners will work to improve the writing for the series and include some callbacks to the original franchise, so the loyalists feel more connected.

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