‘Mighty Ducks’ TV Series Reportedly Coming To Disney+

Lawrence Kim
November 8, 2019

And following Disney's acquisition of 20 Century Fox earlier in the year, you can expect to see the likes of The Simpsons too, with the first 30 seasons being available on launch.

Discussing Film reports that the series will come under the Disney+ streaming service and filming will get underway in February next year. Those who want to rewatch the animated series will have a chance soon enough as well because it will be found in the Disney+ service along with a huge catalog of Disney films and TV series. And the future of Star Wars will lie within Disney Plus.

It looks as if The Mighty Ducks reboot is officially happening - 90s kids rejoice. Now, the show has found it's home.

Alongside Brill, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa, George Heller, and Brad Petrigala are also set to executive produce the sequel series.

It's now undetermined whether the original cast will be making a comeback in this new TV series, but from what we know so far, the show will be about a 13-year old boy whose mom assists him in creating a new hockey team after he was kicked off his own. This would be a diversion from the plot of the original 1992 film, in which lawyer Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) winds up coaching a youth hockey team after being sentenced to community service for drunken driving. That featured anthropomorphic alien ducks, who not only played hockey but fought supervillains.

The Mighty Ducks reboot has not been given a release date yet. But Screen Geek will let you know when one is announced. There has been a lot of talk about The Mighty Ducks coming back to TV, and now it's confirmed that it will be coming to the streaming platform. Leave your thoughts and comments below, or on our social medias.

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