Central Park is an American musical animated sitcom by Loren Bouchard, Nora Smith, and Josh Gad for Apple TV+. The series revolves around a family living in Central Park who must save the land from a greedy land developer. The story is through the eyes of a Birdie, a busker. The musical series tells the story of a family that lives in Edendale Castle in Central Park. Patriarch Owen, a dorky park manager, his wife Paige, a journalist who’s always stuck in writing small pieces and wishes to write a real story someday, their daughter Molly, who loves to draw comics about herself and a boy she has a crush on and their son Cole, who loves animals. It takes us through how their life changes when an elderly heiress and entrepreneur Bitsy Brandenham and her assistant Helen try to buy the land of Central Park and convert it into condominiums, shopping stores, and restaurants.
Central Park Season 2 – What Will Be The Release Date?
Central Park made its debut on May 29, 2020, and is still on the air. The last episode of season1 will air on July 17, 2020. There has been no news about the release for the second series, but the show makers are surely planning for it.
The show is still ongoing, we will have to wait for a while before finding out about the next season, but it sure won’t happen too soon.
Central Park Season 2 – Who Is In The Cast?
As the story is going, we expect to see all the current cast members voicing in the second season. We will have Tituss Burgess as Cole Tillerman, Daveed Diggs as Helen, Josh Gad as Birdie, Kathryn Hahn as Paige Hunter, Leslie Odom Jr as Owen Tillerman, Stanley Tucci as Bitsy Brandenham, Eugene Cordero as Brendan Brandenham, Rory O’Malley as Elwood, Tony Shalhoub as Marvin, Phil LaMarr as Randy, Janelle James as Fran, Kelvin Yu as Sheng and Brian Huskey as Doug.
In this current season, Kristen Bell voices Molly Tillerman, who is a mixed-race, and so she will discontinue in the next season, and the lead will be played by a black actor instead, which is a great move. We may see her voicing a different character instead.