‘Andy Mack’ Season 2 Ends on a High Note for Disney Channel
Season 3 is already on the way
The Disney Channel wrapped up Season 2 of “Andi Mack” this week and there are plenty of reasons for the cast to celebrate the sophomore season. The Season 2 finale of Disney Channel’s popular series aired on August 13th and was cable’s number-one series telecast for the month of August (to date) in Tweens 9-14 and the number-one live-action series telecast in Kids 6-11.
On its second season finale, “Andi Mack” topped its last seven telecasts among Kids 6-11 and six most-recent telecasts with Tweens 9-14, that’s since July 2, 2018 and July 9, 2018 respectively. In fact, “Andi Mack” capped off the season with its 2nd-best performance this summer in Kids 6-11.
As you can imagine, the Disney Channel is excited to keep this series going for another season. The show was renewed for a third-season all the way back in February of this year.
The show was created and executive produced by acclaimed writer Terri Minsky (“Lizzie McGuire”), and the series is a contemporary coming-of-age story about a relatable girl who’s trying to determine where she fits in and the many amazing ways she can live her life. In the first season, on the eve of her 13th birthday, Andi learns that her older sister, Bex, is actually her mother. This revelation puts Andi on an unfamiliar path of self-discovery which she navigates with the help of her loving albeit complicated family; her two best friends, Cyrus and Buffy; and her middle school crush, Jonah Beck. The studio teases the series stating, “Along the way, Andi learns that sometimes the unexpected is what makes life great”.
“Andi Mack” stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee as Andi Mack, Lilan Bowden as Bex Mack, Lauren Tom as Celia Mack, Joshua Rush as Cyrus Goodman, Sofia Wylie as Buffy Driscoll and Asher Angel as Jonah Beck. Recurring cast members are Trent Garrett as Bowie Quinn, Stoney Westmoreland as Henry “HAM” Mack, Emily Skinner as Amber, Luke Mullen as T.J. and Darius Marcell as Walker.