Season 5 of Disney Junior’s hit animated series Puppy Dog Pals begins on Friday, January 14th and Laughing Place is proud to bring you an exclusive advance clip from the debut episode!

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What’s Happening:

  • Bingo and Rolly are back for more adventures in season 5 of Puppy Dog Pals, premiering Friday, January 14th on Disney Channel and Disney Junior.
  • There are some new friends to meet this season with the addition of the following characters:
    • Darius – Ana's young nephew
    • Buster – Darius’ energetic boxer pup
    • Leo – Darius’ adventurous Kitty
    • Grace – a playfully mischievous neighbor
    • Roxy – Grace’s loving and assertive puppy
    • Nougat – Grace’s high-energy piglet
  • In the exclusive advance clip below, fans get to see Darius, Buster, and Leo make their introductions.
  • The new season will also see Bingo and Rolly open a Doggy Dojo to teach young pets how to go on missions for their animal friends and humans.

Puppy Dog Pals Season 5 Premiere Episode:

  • Part 1 – “New Pals on the Block” – Bingo and Rolly take their new pet friends on their first mission.
  • Part 2 – “Aunt and Uncle Day” – When Darius’ Aunt and Uncle Day gift accidentally gets sent out with the mail, the pugs lead Buster and Leo on a mission to bring it back.
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Puppy Dog Pals Season 5 Cast:

  • Elisha "EJ" Williams – Bingo
  • Gracen Newton (Child Support) – Rolly
  • Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants) – A.R.F
  • Jessica DiCicco (The Loud House) – Hissy
  • Harland Williams – Bob
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Puppy Dog Pals Season 5 Creative Team:

  • Series created by Harland Williams, who also serves as consulting producer.
  • The fifth season is executive produced by Michael Olson.
  • Trevor Wall is supervising director/co-producer.
  • Sean Coyle serves as consulting producer.
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Past seasons of Puppy Dog Pals are now streaming on Disney+.

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