Octonauts: Above & Beyond Season 2: Release Date, Cast


Directed by Patrice Bérubé Octonauts: Above & Beyond is an animated children’s streaming television series. It was based on characters by Vicki Wong and Michael C. Murphy.

The Octonauts spin-off premiered on September 7, 2021, on Netflix. Produced by Mainframe Studios and Silvergate Media, the series was renewed for a second season which is set to release in 2022. The show received decent feedback from critics and audiences and has been rated 7.4/10 on IMDb.

So, when is the second season releasing? What is the plot? Who will return to play their roles? Keep reading to know more details.

Octonauts: Above & Beyond Plot and Cast

Simon Greenall

The second season was confirmed in 2021, with a release date of May 2, 2022, confirmed on April 4, 2022. The announcement brought a new 1-minute clip including Captain Barnacles, Kwazii, Tweak, and Min on a mission atop a bridge with the TG-1 carrying a scratching tree belonging to a sun bear, Atif.

The 22-minute episode “The Rainforest Rescue” also got an early release on April 18th, 2022 on the Netflix Jr. YouTube channel.

Now coming to the cast, it includes Simon Greenall as Barnacles, Rob Rackstraw as Kwazii, Paul Panting, and Wayne Grayson as Peso, Keith Wickham as Inkling (Prof.) and Shellington (Dr). We will also get to see Jo Wyatt as Tweak, and Jenny Yokobori as Dashi (Previously Sauce).

Octonauts: Above & Beyond Season 2 Release Date

Keith Wickham

Octonauts: Above & Beyond was renewed for a second season in 2021. The release date of the series is May 2, 2022, as confirmed on April 4, 2022.

The upcoming season is expected to consist of thirteen episodes like Season 1. Any further changes in the cast and plot are expected to be announced soon by the makers.

Octonauts: Above & Beyond Season 2 Trailer

The makers are yet to release a full-length trailer for Octonauts: Above & Beyond Season 2. For now, you can watch the sneak peek of the series below:


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