Word Party Songs Season 2
Was Word Party Songs cancelled or renewed for season 2? When does it start on Netflix? Now that season 1 is over, fans are wondering if the show will continue for another season or not. In this post, we have summarized everything we know so far about the next season.
What Is Word Party Songs About?
Word Party (also known as Jim Henson's Word Party) is an American CGI animated children's television series. The series was created by The Jim Henson Company using Henson Digital Puppetry Studio.
Sing along and dance with Bailey, Franny, Kip, Lulu and Tilly in this collection of music videos that will get you in the mood to move and groove!
The vocabulary-building program features five young animals, Kip the Wallaby (John Tartaglia), Bailey the Elephant (Victor Yerrid), leader Franny the Cheetah (Donna Kimball), the main character Lulu the Panda (Dorien Davies), and Tilly the Tortoise (Alice Dinnean), “who love to sing.” The show is narrated by Patina Miller.
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The last episode of the series was released on August 7, 2020 in the US.
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Word Party Songs Season 2 Release Date
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Word Party Songs Season 2 Trailer
Right now, we don't have an official season 2 trailer. We are still waiting for the announcement from Netflix. Here is the latest promo/trailer shared on press releases & social accounts so far:
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