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Harriet the Spy Season 2 Trailer Unveiled

Apple TV+ today released the trailer for season two of Harriet the Spy, based on the iconic children’s novel (buy now at Amazon) chronicling the coming-of-age adventures of the irrepressible Harriet M. Welsch, premiering on May 5, 2023.

Produced by The Jim Henson Company, the animated series stars Golden Globe nominee Beanie Feldstein (Lady Bird, Booksmart) as Harriet, a fiercely independent and adventurous 11-year-old girl, alongside Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) as Ole Golly, Harriet’s larger-than-life, no-nonsense nanny.

Harriet the Spy Season 2 Trailer Unveiled

Harriet the Spy follows the outspoken and perpetually curious 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsch. More than anything, Harriet wants to be a writer, and in order to be a good writer, she’ll need to know everything.

And to know everything means she’ll need to spy… on everyone! This season, follow Harriet as she navigates letting go, growing up, and celebrating the gift of today.

Harriet the Spy Season 2

Joining Feldstein and Lynch, the series features Kimberly Brooks (Baby Shark’s Big Show) and Charlie Schlatter (Big Nate, For All Mankind) as Janie and Sport, Harriet’s best friends, and Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) as Marion Hawthorne, the ringleader of a group of popular girls at Harriet’s school.

The additional voice cast includes Crispin Freeman (Young Justice), Grey Griffin (The Loud House), and Bumper Robinson (The Owl House). Guest stars this season include Jaeden Martell (It), Emmy Award winner Brad Garrett (High Desert, Bupkis), Emmy Award nominee Michelle Trachtenberg (Gossip Girl), and many more.

Based on the book by Louise Fitzhugh, the Apple Original series is produced by The Jim Henson Company, and written and executive produced by Will McRobb (The Adventures of Pete & Pete) with Sidney Clifton (Black Panther animated series, Me, Eloise) serving as producer.

Lisa Henson and Halle Stanford executive produce on behalf of The Jim Henson Company with John W. Hyde, Nancy Steingard and Wendy Moss-Klein also serving as executive producers, and Terissa Kelton as co-executive producer. Chris Prynoski, Shannon Prynoski and Ben Kalina executive produce for Titmouse Animation Studios.

Harriet the Spy Season 2

The award-winning slate of original series and films for kids and families on Apple TV+ includes this year’s Academy Award and BAFTA Award-winning animated short film The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse; star-studded animated adventure film Luck from Apple Original Films and Skydance Animation; and, BAFTA Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated animated film Wolfwalkers.

Harriet the Spy is a part of all-ages offerings now streaming globally on Apple TV+, including the BAFTA Award and Humanitas Prize-winning El Deafo, BAFTA Award-winning Lovely Little Farm, Duck & Goose, GLAAD Media Award nominated Pinecone & Pony, and Emmy Award-winning Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock from The Jim Henson Company.

There’s also Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series Stillwater, Helpsters from Sesame Workshop, Wolfboy and the Everything Factory from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, HITRECORD and Bento Box Entertainment, Sago Mini Friends, Emmy Award-nominated Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show from Jack McBrayer and Angela C. Santomero, Eva the Owlet, Emmy Award nominee Snoopy in Space, The Snoopy Show and Get Rolling with Otis.

Live-action offerings include Bonnie Hunt’s DGA and WGA Award nominated Amber Brown, DGA Award winner Best Foot Forward, Surfside Girls, WGA Award winner Life By Ella, Emmy Award-winning Ghostwriter from Sesame Workshop, and Puppy Place.

Also included are specials from Peanuts and WildBrain including Emmy Award nominee It’s the Small Things, Charlie Brown, Lucy’s School, Humanitas and Emmy Award nominee To Mom (and Dad), With Love, Emmy Award-winning Who Are You, Charlie Brown? and For Auld Lang Syne.

The titles are rounded out by Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth, the Emmy Award-winning television event based on the New York Times best-selling book and TIME Best Book of the Year by Oliver Jeffers.