The Season Two Finale of Disney Television Animation’s “Amphibia” Gets a Surprise Delay

Disney Channel made a surprise delay announcement for the season two finale of the animated show Amphibia, causing disappointment from fans online.

(Disney Television Animation)

(Disney Television Animation)

What’s Happening:

  • The message read, “Due to a scheduling shift, “True Colors” will not premiere this Saturday. Stay tuned for the new date and time! #Amphibia.”
  • However, because the announcement was made so late, iTunes had released the episode, allowing fans the ability to purchase and watch the finale before it was taken down.
  • This has led to leaks about what happens and others posting the full episode online, with the show’s season finale still not announced with a new date and time for the premiere on Disney Channel.
  • Matt Braly, creator of the series, got help from voice actor Troy Baker (The Last of Us) who plays Captain Grime on the show, with a message to not spoil the season finale.

About the Show:

  • Amphibia is a frog-out-of-water animated comedy series that chronicles the adventures of 13-year-old Anne Boonchuy, who is magically transported to the fantastical world of Amphibia, a rural marshland full of frog-people. There she meets an excitable young frog named Sprig Plantar, his unpredictable sister Polly and overprotective grandpa Hop Pop. With Sprig’s help, Anne will transform into a hero and discover the first true friendship of her life.
  • The cast features Brenda Song as Anne, Justin Felbinger as Sprig Plantar, Disney Legend Bill Farmer as Hop Hop, and Troy Baker as Captain Grime.

You can catch the first season of Amphibia on Disney+, with season two available on DisneyNOW.

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