The Villains of Valley View has been a hit so far for us and we now know that the story won’t be ending this season as there will be a second season of the show, with production beginning sometime in the fall. We will be getting more Isabella Pappas and Kayden Muller-Janssen with a bunch of the season regulars from season one in the second season of the show. We have been very happy to see the other side of the story as this is really focused on the villains rather than the heroes.
We are also getting more episodes of The Villains of Valley View from the first season starting on October 7th on the Disney Channel. If you have not tuned in to this show you are missing out.
The Villains Are Victorious! Disney Branded Television Greenlights Second Season of ‘The Villains of Valley View’
Disney Branded Television today announced the second season renewal of multi-cam comedy “The Villains of Valley View,” which follows a family of supervillains forced to hide their powers and adopt “normalcy” in suburbia. Currently available to watch on Disney Channel and Disney+, production on season two will begin this fall in Los Angeles.
“It isn’t hard to see why audiences have fallen in love with the villainous Madden family,” said Ayo Davis, president, Disney Branded Television. “Despite a penchant for utilizing their superpowers in everyday life, Amy and family ultimately care about and support one another. Even though life can be messy, ridiculous, and sometimes frightening, the Maddens demonstrate the (super)power of family and togetherness.”
Most recently, premiere episodes of “The Villains of Valley View,” which launched June 3, 2022, on Disney Channel, rank as the #1 Live-Action Cable series with Girls 6-11. The series also ranks as a Top 5 Live-Action Cable series with Kids and Girls 6-11.*
When teenage supervillain Havoc (Isabella Pappas) stands up to the head of the League of Villains, her family is forced to change their identities and relocate to a sleepy Texas suburb. With the help of her effervescent new neighbor Hartley (Kayden Muller-Janssen), Havoc — going incognito as Amy — must somehow hide her superpowers and quell her villainous nature in favor of something she and the rest of her family have fought against all their lives: being normal.
In addition to Pappas and Muller-Janssen, returning for season two are series regulars Lucy Davis (“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”) as Eva/Surge, James Patrick Stuart (“General Hospital”) as Vic/Kraniac, Malachi Barton (Disney Channel’s “Under Wraps 2”) as Colby/Flashform, and Reed Horstmann (“The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia”) as Jake/Chaos.
“The Villains of Valley View” was created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore (“Lab Rats”), who also serve as executive producers and showrunners.
New episodes from season one of “The Villains of Valley View” will air on Fridays, beginning Friday, Oct. 7, on Disney Channel.