Duck & Goose is coming back with season 2 of the show on Friday, July 7th, and we are excited that the preschool audience is going to be getting new episodes to stream. The show that is inspired by the Tad Hills books has two best friends who don’t always agree, going on fun adventures as their differences help them to solve problems.
We have seen some of the show information and pictures for the next season, and it looks like it will be just as much fun as the original season. There is so much to love about Duck & Goose and be on the lookout for more toys, but we are still fond of the Duck & Goose Set from Douglas if you are looking for some friends to watch with.
Inspired by The New York Times bestselling books by Tad Hills, “Duck & Goose” is a preschool series that celebrates the unique camaraderie of Duck and Goose, two best feathered friends that don’t always see beak to beak. That is until they discover that embracing and appreciating each other’s differences can help them think up entirely new ideas to help solve everyday challenges, both big and small.
“Duck & Goose” is directed by Brian Muelhaupt (“Sesame Street”) with Jane Startz (“Ella Enchanted”), Douglas Wood (“Bob the Builder,” “Little Einsteins”), Chris Prynoski (“Harriet the Spy”), Shannon Prynoski (“Harriet the Spy”), Ben Kalina (“Harriet the Spy”), Antonio Canobbio (“Arlo the Alligator Boy”) and Hills executive producing. Peabody Award winner Wood also serves as showrunner. Cathy Davidson, Ph.D., founding director of the Futures Initiative and a distinguished professor in the Ph.D. program in English at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and Christina Katopodis, Ph.D., executive director and postdoctoral associate at Transformative Learning in the Humanities, serve as the transformative learning experts on the series through Apple TV+’s changemakers initiative.