Big Shot Season 2

Big Shot Season 2: Coming To Disney+? Know Cast, Plot, And Other Details!

Disney’s critically acclaimed sports series Big Shot concluded in June 2021. At the end of the first season, Marvyn somehow started bonding with girls, and Westbrook was presented with a better job opportunity. Now it will be interesting to find out what is in the cards for these characters in Big Shot Season 2.

Disney +s Big Shot is a sports comedy-drama series that debuted on the platform in April 2021. The series created by Brad Garrett, David E. Kelley, and Dean Lorey follows Marvyn, a high-strung coach, and his journey after he loses his job.

What To Expect From Big Shot Season 2?

In the first season of the series, Marvyn tries to adapt to his changed situation after losing his old job. Meanwhile, The girls he is working with at Westbrook are not exactly the skilled players that he is used to working with. However, they sure do help in his growth as a person. As the season came to an end, Marvyn formed a strong relationship with the girls of his team. Nevertheless, he had to make a tough decision by the end of the first season, as he had been offered a better job at UCSB. Even though it seemed like a smarter thing to do, Marvyn is torn between the two options. Specifically because the girls at Westbrook feel betrayed.

Big Shot Season 2

When the series returns with Big Shot Season 2, it will pick up the story after the events of the first season. In the second season, we will see Marvyn taking the difficult decision, and also, he will have to face the consequences of whatever choice he makes. If he accepts the job at UCSB, it will be a fresh experience for Marvyn.

On the other hand, the choice to stay in Westbrook would keep him close to the girls he has formed a bond with over time. Meanwhile, the season will also reveal what the future has in store for Emma. She also has an important choice to make about her future. Her mother advises that she enroll in a Wisconsin prep school in the first season.

Will There Be Another Season?

Big Shot' for Season 2

The first season of the comedy-drama series premiered on Disney + on April 6, 2021. And the season finale dropped on June 25, 2021. Now, talking about the possible return of the series, in September, Disney delighted all the fans waiting for the official word. The series has been officially renewed for Big Shot Season 2. According to reports, the production of the second season is scheduled to begin in 2022, but no further details are available. Meanwhile, if everything goes as per the schedule, we can expect the second season to drop in early to mid-2023.

Big Shot Season 2: Cast Details!

The cast of Disney+’s comedy-drama series features John Stamos in the role of Marvyn Korn. Jessalyn Gilsig plays Holly Barrett. Richard Robichaux can be seen as George Pappas and Sophia Mitri Schloss as Emma Korn. Meanwhile, the cast includes Nell Verlaque as Louise Gruzinsky, Tiana Le as Destiny Winters, Monique Green playing Olive Cooper, and Tisha Eve Custodio enacting Carolyn Smith. 

Big Shot Season 2

Then viewers see Cricket Wampler as Samantha Finkmanand and Yvette Nicole Brown plays Sherilyn Thomas. If the series is recommissioned for Big Shot Season 2, most of the prominent cast members from the first season will likely be back in their roles. On the other hand, there might also be some new addition to the cast for the second installment.

Why Is Yvette Nicole Brown Amazing As Sherilyn?

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Sherilyn Thomas, the Westbrook Dean, played by Yvette Nicole Brown, could have easily been yet another character. However, Brown transforms her into a wonderfully multifaceted character. She hasn’t got a lot of screen time, but when she does, she’s a force to be reckoned with. She strikes a healthy balance between her students’ well-being and the basketball team’s. Sherilyn is a rule follower who knows when to give up on the compassion of those she loves about. That’s a fantastic Dean!

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