In just a few days, Disney+ audiences can uncover new adventures as The Mysterious Benedict Society makes it’s streaming debut. In celebration of the upcoming series, Disney shared new posters of Tony Hale who plays Mr. Benedict and his twin brother Mr. Curtain.  

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What’s Happening:

  • Disney+’s new family series The Mysterious Benedict Society is set to premiere on Friday, June 25 with not one, but two episodes!
  • Along with announcing the double premiere, Disney+ shared two new character posters and a television spot highlighting Tony Hale’s dual roles of twin brothers Mr. Benedict and L.D. Curtain.

About the Mysterious Benedict Society:

  • “After winning a scholarship competition, four gifted orphans are recruited by the peculiar Mr. Benedict for a dangerous mission to save the world from a global crisis known as The Emergency. Reynie, Sticky, Kate, and Constance must infiltrate the mysterious L.I.V.E. Institute to discover the truth behind the crisis. When the headmaster, the sophisticated Dr. Curtain appears to be behind this worldwide panic, the kids of “The Mysterious Benedict Society” must devise a plan to defeat him.”

Kate, Sticky, Reynie and Constance

Kate, Sticky, Reynie and Constance

The Mysterious Benedict Society stars:

  • Tony Hale
  • Kristen Schaal
  • MaameYaa Boafo
  • Ryan Hurst
  • Gia Sandhu
  • Seth B. Carr
  • Emmy DeOliveira
  • Mystic Inscho
  • Marta Kessler

Creative Team:

  • The series is executive produced by:
    • Sonar Entertainment
    • 20th Television
    • Jamie Tarses
    • Karen Kehela Sherwood
    • Deepak Nayar
    • David Ellender
    • Matt Loze
    • James Bobin
    • Matt Manfredi (writer/creator)
    • Phil Hay (writer/creator)
  • Showrunners for the series are:
    • Darren Swimmer
    • Todd Slavkin
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