Just ahead of the premiere of season 3 on November 8th, Disney Junior has renewed the wildly popular Puppy Dog Pals for a fourth season, according to the Hollywood Reporter
- With season 3 premiering on Nov 8th, the children’s animated series Puppy Dog Pals has been renewed for a fourth season.
- Originally created by comedian Harland Williams, who you may remember from Disney’s late 90’s comedy, Rocketman, the show is about two pug puppy brothers, Bingo and Rolly, as they embark on adventures around the world, as well as closer to home in their own neighborhood.
- Williams also serves as the show's consulting producer and Sean Coyle serves as executive producer. The series is a production of Wild Canary in association with Disney Junior.
- With Rolly, who is silly and the more serious (relatively speaking) Bingo, the show focuses on friendship, with their motto being “Life is better with your best friend by your side.”
- With a target audience of kids ages 2-7, each episode takes the pair on two adventures, lasting around 11 minutes each teaching lessons (usually about friendship, collaboration, or problem-solving skills) with the help of their friends like Keia, the puppies of the Puppy Playcare center, and their owner, Bob.
- Puppy Dog Pals stars Issac Ryan Brown (Black-ish) as Bingo and Sam Lavagnino (Miles From Tomorrowland) as Rolly. The cast also includes voice actor Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants) as A.R.F. and Jessica DiCicco (The Lion Guard) as Hissy.
- Season 3 will include numerous guest stars, such as Darius Rucker as musician Ramblin' Rhodes; Jennifer Nettles as a guitar guru dog named Capo; Bill Burr as Butch, a quirky dog who lives at a tire shop; Jaime Camil as a dancer named Hector; Stephen Tobolowsky as a worried elf; Chi McBride as Mr. Kimble, the host of a television show called Mr. Kimble's Community; and Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Mr. Kimble's dog, Floyd.
- You and your kids can watch Puppy Dog Pals on Disney Junior, and the DisneyNOW app.