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Disney Junior Renews ‘Miles From Tomorrowland’ for Season Two

Disney Junior announced Tuesday that its futuristic hit “Miles From Tomorrowland” will blast off for a second season.

The show follows the space missions of young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family as they work together to help secure the galaxy. Space exploration and science facts play a key role in each episode’s story.

“We work with many experts in the space, science and technology fields — NASA astronauts, space architects and futurists, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) scientists and Google engineers — and all of them have talked with us about their own early experiences as children that sparked their curiosity about space and the possibilities for the future,” said Nancy Kanter, exec VP of original programming and general manager at Disney Junior.

Miles From Tomorrowland” stars voice actors Olivia Munn, Cullen McCarthy, Tom Kenny, Fiona Bishop and Dee Bradley Baker, with recurring guest stars including Adrian Grenier, Mark Hamill, George Takei, Bill Nye, Wil Wheaton, Alton Brown and Brenda Song.

Sascha Paladino created the series from Wild Canary Films and serves as exec producer with Paul Demeyer as the supervising director.

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