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Find out When you can Watch the New Season of ‘Monsters at Work’

Find out When you can Watch the New Season of ‘Monsters at Work’


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Disney is bringing us an all-new season of ‘Monsters at Work’. Find out when you can watch it!

‘Monsters at Work’

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‘Monsters at Work’ debuted on Disney+ in 2021. This show did not make it to Disney Channel until January of 2023. Below is Disney’s description of the show:

“Tylor Tuskmon graduates top of his class from Monsters University and arrives at Monsters, Incorporated to begin his dream job as a Scarer… or not. The day he’s set to begin, he learns that they don’t want Scarers… they want Jokesters! Tylor is temporarily reassigned to the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team. This change shatters Tylor’s plan, but he sets his sights on a new goal: becoming a Jokester.”

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Release Dates for Season 2

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Season 2 of ‘Monsters at Work’ will premiere on Disney Channel first on Friday, April 5th! It will then come to Disney+ on May 5th.

Season 2 of ‘Monsters at Work’ will premiere on Disney Channel on Friday, April 5th at 8 PM, and then come to Disney+ on May 5th.

Some of our favorite stars are back! We will see Ben Feldman, Mindy Kaling, Henry Winkler, John Goodman, Billy Crystal, and many more!

Trailer

monsters at work
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The premise of the show is Tylor Tuskmon is a jokester, but begins questioning his purpose. Is he really a jokester or should he be a scarer? Tylor and his Laugh Floor partner’s friendship will be put to the test. Check out the trailer from Disney Channel below:

Season 2, Monsters at Work

Season 2 looks just as good as the rest of the Monsters Inc.-inspired franchise. I (Heather) can’t wait to see what happens next!

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