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First Look at the Second Seasons of The Hardy Boys and Woke

Today, Hulu provided us with a first look at the second seasons of The Hardy Boys and Woke, which are both premiering on the streaming service in April.

Below, you can watch the teaser trailer for The Hardy Boys Season 2, which debuts with all ten episodes on Wednesday, April 6, 2022.

First Look at the Second Seasons of The Hardy Boys and Woke

The second season picks up six months after the events of Season 1, building on the mystery and drama of the inaugural season and welcoming new friends and suspects.

In Season 2, when a Bridgeport classmate mysteriously disappears, Frank (Rohan Campbell) and Joe Hardy (Alexander Elliot) drop their new normal routine to get back to detective work.

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But when they discover the mystical relic they destroyed last year is still in play, it becomes clear their simple missing person case is actually part of something far more sinister.

The Hardy boys and their friends must quickly learn who they can and can’t trust as they race against time to unravel the truth and ultimately realize that no one is safe from their past.

The Hardy gang is back in action with returning cast Rohan Campbell (Virgin River) as Frank Hardy, Alexander Elliot (Locke & Key) as Joe Hardy, Keana Lyn (The Yard) as Callie Shaw, Adam Swain (A Million Little Things) as Chet Morton, Cristian Perri (A Simple Favor) as Phil Cohen, and Riley O’Donnell (Big Top Academy) as Biff Hooper.

Joining the cast this season are Canadian actors Krista Nazaire (Before We Crash) as Belinda Conrad and Sadie Munroe (Workin’ Moms) as Lucy Wayne.

The executive producers are Athena Georgaklis, Joan Lambur, Doug Murphy, Pam Westman, Chris Pozzebon, Jason Stone, and Madeleine Lambur.

The co-executive producer is Ramona Barckert.

There’s also a glimpse at the all-new season of Hulu’s original comedy series Woke, starring Lamorne Morris (“Keef”), Blake Anderson (“Gunther”), T. Murph (“Clovis”), Sasheer Zamata (“Ayana”), and JB Smoove (“Marker”).

Season 2 of Woke premieres with eight episodes on April 8 on Hulu.

Cartoonist Keef Knight is now a popular activist on the rise, but he’s facing a world where “woke” has become big business. Can Keef and his friends bring about real change, or is it just about the dollar$? And can Keef navigate this new world without destroying what he’s become?

Inspired by the life and work of artist Keith Knight, Woke continues to upend Black nerd and activist culture, deftly satirizing with a wink and a smile.

Woke was developed by Marshall Todd and Keith Knight. The series stars Lamorne Morris, Blake Anderson, T. Murph, Sasheer Zamata, and JB Smoove.

The co-creators serve as executive producers alongside Anthony King, Maurice “Mo” Marable, Richie Schwartz, John Will, Will Gluck, and Eric Christian Olsen. The comedy is a co-production between Sony Pictures Television and ABC Signature.