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Crash & Bernstein Lives To See Season 2
Scoot over Pinocchio. More Crash, more Bernstein and more laughs are coming your way thanks to Disney XD‘s decision to renew the “breakout comedy” Crash & Bernstein for a 2nd season. We have the details.
The kid’s show Crash & Bernstein only just began its first season last fall. The fun series follows the misadventures of Wyatt Bernstein, a young man who is 12 years of age and lives with three sisters. When he wishes for a brother, he gets his wish come true as a “Build-A-Bestie” puppet comes to life. Hijinks most definitely ensue. Does it remind anyone else of Calvin and Hobbs? Wyatt is acted by Cole Jensen and the series is created by Eric Friedman. Its executive-produced by Friedman, Mike Larsen, Jim Armogida and Steve Armogida.
Production for the show takes place in Van Nuys, California, where season 2 will develop starting in July in preparation for a fall 2013 premiere on Disney XD, reported Deadline. This morsel is a little odd, considering the show is set in Portland, Oregon. Hey, that’s the magic of television.
The multi-camera series also stars Tim Lagasse, Oana Gregory, Landry Bender and Aaron R. Landon. Lagasse, with some help from fellow puppeteer, Paul McGinnis, performs for Crash. The show’s two leads also perform the show’s opening sequence.
Also on the horizon for Disney XD are live-action super hero comedy series Mighty Med, and established series Kickin’ It, Lab Rats, Pair of Kings, and Zeke and Luther in the live-action category. It wasn’t too long ago that we reported that Kickin’ It would see a 3rd season, which literally kicked-off this month. Disney XD is also the home of the ever popular animated series, Ultimate Spider-Man. Comic book fans will also be thrilled to read our story covering the Avengers and Hulk animated series, which both were awarded with premier dates by the network.