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‘Alice’s Wonderland Bakery’ Ending After Two Seasons

Disney Junior’s animated series “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery” will end after two seasons.

The news was revealed on Disney Junior’s social media account announcing that the series finale will be airing on April 15th indicating the show will be coming to an end.  You can see that post below:


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Featuring reimagined versions of familiar iconic characters and introducing memorable new ones, the series stars newcomer Libby Rue as the voice of Alice and a slew of celebrity guest stars.

Each episode of “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery,” comprised of two 11-minute stories, centers on Alice’s magical recipe adventures with her best pals, who join her in the bakery to whip up whimsical cakes and treats for friends and neighbors with enchanted kitchen tools and ingredients to help them. The series celebrates the culture and creativity of food, highlights self-expression, and imparts age-appropriate social and emotional lessons about friendship, collaboration, and the importance of community.

In addition to Rue, the lead voice cast includes Abigail Estrella (“How the Grinch Stole Christmas!”) as Princess Rosa, the Princess of Hearts and Alice’s most artistic friend; CJ Uy (“The Ball Method”) as Hattie, a “mad-hatter” boy and Alice’s silliest friend; Jack Stanton (“Outmatched”) as Fergie the White Rabbit, Alice’s best friend and biggest fan; Secunda Wood (“Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous”) as Cookie, the magical cookbook that once belonged to Alice’s great grandmother; and Audrey Wasilewski (“Mad Men”) as Dinah, Alice’s pet cat who is always at her side. Max Mittelman (“Spider-Man”) recurs as Cheshire Cat, Alice’s mysterious and playful friend and one of the most iconic Wonderland characters.

The second season will see Alice, the great-granddaughter of the original heroine and a budding young baker at the enchanted Wonderland Bakery, go through the Looking Glass after finding a magical mirror in the pantry that transports her to a whimsical chessboard world. On this side of the Looking Glass, anything Alice imagines is possible. With the Silver Queen as their guide, Alice and her friends ­– Rosa, Hattie, Fergie, and others  — meet all sorts of curious characters in this season, including Kyra the Knight, Jacques the Mock Turtle and Mopsy the mop dog.

Additional Season 2 guest stars include Broadway and television star Merle Dandridge (RentThe Last of Us) as the Silver Queen, Swayam Bhatia (Succession) as Kyra the Knight, Mark Williams (Harry Potter franchise) as Ribbitton, a frog footman, and Karen Fukuhara (The Boys) as Sakura, a singing and dancing cherry blossom.

“Alice’s Wonderland Bakery” is produced by Disney Television Animation. Emmy® Award-nominated Chelsea Beyl (Peabody Award-winning “Doc McStuffins”) is executive producer, and Frank Montagna (“Elena of Avalor”) is co-executive producer and art director. Ciara Anderson (“Harley Quinn”) is producer, Lisa Kettle (“Mira, Royal Detective”) is story editor, and Emmy-nominated Nathan Chew (“Elena of Avalor”) is supervising director. The writing team consists of Melinda LaRose (“Vampirina”), Michael Rodriguez (“Sharkdog”), Marisa Evans-Sanden (“Fancy Nancy”), Stuart Friedel (“Clifford the Big Red Dog”) and Sara Karimipour (“Ryan’s Mystery Playdate”), and episodic directors are Steven Umbleby (“Monsters at Work”) and Arielle Yett (“The Chicken Squad”). Emmy winner John Kavanaugh (“Sofia the First,” “Elena of Avalor”) serves as the series’ songwriter/music director and Matthew Margeson (“Rocketman”) is composer.

You can check out the trailer for Season 2 below:

The series is available to stream now on Disney+in many countries including the United States, Canada, and more.

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