The rebooted DuckTales series is getting a third season, but you don't have to take our word for it. You can hear it directly from the show's all-star voice cast.
The second season of the hit series, which moved from Disney XD to the Disney Channel earlier this year, will premiere next month with a bunch of new guest stars, but Disney Animation couldn't wait that long to let us know that DuckTales will also be returning for a third year of adventures.
To make the announcement, Disney decided to let the voice cast do the talking, and visiting the show's recording sessions as Danny Pudi (Huey), Ben Schwartz (Dewey), and Bobby Moynihan (Louie) recorded together as the three Duck brothers for the very first time. Unfortunately, when you get three fast-thinking comedic minds like theirs in a room together, it often means not a lot of work gets done, and that's a problem for David Tennant (Scrooge McDuck) who has to listen in to the brothers goofing off all the way from London...where it's midnight. Check it out:
Even in an age of nostalgia-driven entertainment, DuckTales is sacred ground for a lot of cartoon fans, so bringing it back in the first place was tricky business. That the show works at all is a relief, but that it's this joyous and driven by this much talent is a truly marvelous thing, and it's great to see the cast has as much fun making it as we do watching it. Honestly, we should get one of these behind-the-scenes videos every week.
DuckTales returns for its second season October 20 on the Disney Channel. Season 3 arrives in 2019.