And now, for all the sports lovers, Disney+ brings us the good news of the renewal of the Big Shot Season 2. Created by David E. Kelley, Dean Lorrey, and Brad Garnett, Big Shot is a sports drama-comedy series. The first season of the series was released on April 16, 2021. The first season consisted of a total of 10 episodes. The audience positively received the first season due to its sensible story and has left the Big Shot fans crazily waiting for the second season.
Big Shot Season 2 Release date
On September 2, the lead actor of the series, John Stamos, made an official announcement about the renewal of the second season on his social media by posting a video. He shared everything about the show and also about what are his expectations about the second season.
The production for the show hasn’t been started yet; it is likely to be started by early 2022; if things go according and face no issue or delay, we may expect season two to be premiered by summer or fall 2022.
Big Shot Season 2 Cast
John Stamos will, of course, be seen back in the second season as Marvyn Korn; he plays the role of a coach in the series. Sophia Mitri Schloss will be playing as Emma Korn, Marvyn Korn’s daughter, in the series. Jessalyn Gilsig plays the role of assistant coach of the team Westbrook Sirens. Nell Verlaque as Louise Gruzinsk is said to be the best player and scorer of the team. Tisha Eves plays the role of Carolyn Mouse Smith, a kind of sweet and disciplined student who follows all the rules and never fails to defend the coach, going against all her girl mates.
Cricket Wampler plays Samantha Finkman, Tiana Le plays the role of Destiny Winters; she is dedicated to her team and works hard to make her college resume look impressive. Monique Green as Olive Cooper, Yvette Nicole Brown as Sherilyn Thomas, who is the principal of Westbrook girls school.
Big Shot Season 2 Expected Plot
Let us recall what all events took place in the first season. The story of the first season follows Marvyn Korn (played by John Stamos), who is a coach with uncontrollable temperament; after losing his job as a head coach at the NCAA basketball team, he is offered a job with a position of a coach at Westbrook, an elite high school for girls. He soon gets to know that the girls are supposed to be handled and taught with empathy and care, which definitely is not his cup of tea.
We saw in the first season how he changes and learns to connect with the girls and his daughter. The first concluded with a match between Westbrook Sirens and Carlsbad Cobras, and Westbrook ends up winning. And Marvyn decided to continue at Westbrook rather than taking up the job of coach at USCB. We may see Coach Korn completely focussing on the girls in the second season, and we will also get to see new rivalries and lots of drama.