We loved season one of Big Shot on Disney+ as it was a fun show to watch with the family, and who doesn’t love John Stamos. We knew that things would be different as Holly left and the move to D-2, but Marvyn must now try to recruit a new play to push them over the top. Ava is a volleyball player who it seems got kicked out of her own sport for having a temper, so Marvyn will be able to relate to her.
Big Shot sounds like it will have new problems this year and we can only imagine adding a new player to the team will also create some chemistry issues for the team. We wonder if Marvyn’s plan to get them on ESPN will have an impact on him returning to the NCAA coaching arena once again or not? Will the Westbrook Sirens make a big season ending run as well? Looking forward to seeing how everything plays out for the team this year.
Produced by: ABC Signature
Executive Producer / Show Runner: Dean Lorey
Executive Producers: David E. Kelley, Brad Garrett and Bill D’Elia
In season two of “Big Shot,” Marvyn Korn (Stamos) returns to Westbrook with a new fire, ready to show that his girls basketball team belongs in D-2 and that he’s still the championship-winning, powerhouse coach he was in the NCAA. Marvyn’s latest plan toward relevance is to get his team broadcast on ESPN, and his method is to recruit an unlikely player: Ava (Echeagaray), a gutsy beach volleyball phenom whose public tantrum got her ousted from her own sport. Between losing their assistant coach Holly Barrett (Gilsig) to a rival school, new friction amongst teammates, a sudden and unexpected proximity to boys, and off-the-court disasters that no one could’ve predicted, this season, the Westbrook Sirens have even more to prove. “Big Shot” stars John Stamos, Jessalyn Gilsig, Sophia Mitri Schloss, Nell Verlaque, Tiana Le, Tisha Custodio, Cricket Wampler, Sara Echeagaray and Yvette Nicole Brown.