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The Mysterious Benedict Society Season 2 On Disney+

The Mysterious Benedict Society is back with a two episode premiere on October 26th and then the remaining episodes airing weekly on Wednesdays on Disney+ for the rest of the season. If you remember we were left with a bit of a cliffhanger at the end of season one and now the kids have to get ready for another mission to save the world as Dr. L.D. Curtain is up to no good once again. Mr. Benedict and Number Two have been kidnapped and now the kids have to complete a scavenger hunt to help save the world as they use all of their special skills to complete the task.

We loved the first season of The Mysterious Benedict Society as the characters were well done and the set design was great. It has been a fun show that has just enough weird in it to make it unique.

The Mysterious Benedict Society
Season 2
2-Episode premiere October 26th on Disney+
New Episodes Weekly on Wednesdays

This season, Reynie, Sticky, Kate and Constance, the four gifted orphans who were recruited by the eccentric Mr. Benedict, embark on another mission to save the world from the nefarious plans of his twin brother Dr. L.D. Curtain. When the kids discover that Mr. Benedict and Number Two have been kidnapped, they must piece together the riddles and clues within a perilous scavenger hunt set by Mr. Benedict to foil Curtain’s latest scheme. Relying on only their wits, intellect, and empathy, the charming group of misfits embark on a globe-trotting adventure by air, land, sea and pie truck, calling upon their special skills to solve the mysteries and rescue their lost comrades. Along the way, the kids experience the growing pains that come along with being part of their new “found family,” while remaining true to their unique selves. In the process, they discover what true happiness really means.

Categories: TV Shows
Jocelin Cap: Mother of three. That does not include the dog or my husband either! We have a full household of fun and we just love trying new products of all varieties. May not watch as many kids shows as the rest of the family though.
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