The Mighty Geese are underdogs as soon as once more in The Mighty Geese: Sport Changers Season 2. After profitable their staff identify again on the finish of Season 1, the staff will get invited to an unique hockey coaching summer season camp. However what coach Alex Morrow (Lauren Graham) and the children don’t understand is the camp is much from campfires and s’mores. It’s an elite coaching camp run by former NHL participant Colin Cole, performed by Josh Duhamel, who steps in in Emilio Estevez‘s absence.
The Geese need to show themselves as soon as extra amongst these NHL hopefuls at EPIC (Elite Efficiency Ice Heart), however there’s a lot the previous and future execs can be taught from this scrappy group of gamers and their fun-loving coach.
Followers get Mighty Geese unique forged cameos proper off the bat within the Season 2 premiere. However Graham and Duhamel inform TV Insider there’s one forged member they’re nonetheless hoping will make an look. Right here, the actors break down what to anticipate in The Mighty Geese: Sport Changers Season 2, premiering September 28 on Disney+.
We get a few cameos from the unique forged within the premiere. What different cameos are you hoping for sooner or later?
Lauren Graham: The favored vote appears to be individuals would take pleasure in seeing Joshua Jackson.
Josh Duhamel: I might like to. I’ve by no means labored with Josh Jackson. That’d be enjoyable. Do you suppose he would do it?
Graham: I don’t know! Let’s ask him. [Laughs]
Lauren, the Mighty Geese are underdogs once more in Season 2. How is that this new underdog problem completely different from Season 1?
Graham: As a result of we didn’t look forward to finding ourselves in that boat. We thought we’d actually superior, which we did. I used to be planning for the children to have this wonderful summer season with a little bit little bit of hockey combined in, and we get to the world’s most worrying sports activities camp, so we’re the underdogs as a result of the stakes have been raised.
The children are additionally a little bit bit older now. Their issues and pursuits are altering, as adolescents do. So internally, simply by way of the individuals and the characters they’re taking part in, they’re nonetheless combating what’s vital: sports activities or a brand new love curiosity or having enjoyable or summertime. There’s plenty of new to discover.
Josh, did you play hockey earlier than? How a lot did it’s essential find out about it earlier than this season, since Colin’s a professional?
Duhamel: I did play plenty of hockey as a child. I performed up till seventh grade, after which I obtained actually tall and actually skinny, and I felt like I used to be extra fitted to basketball, so I went that route. I hung up the skates for 30-some years and picked them again up for Mighty Duck‘s Season 2. It wasn’t fairly. It actually wasn’t.
Graham: That’s not true. He seemed like a professional from the primary day. I keep in mind you saying “I’m so nervous,” then you definitely obtained on the market and had been like [swishing noises].
Duhamel: After a little bit little bit of follow, I obtained it again a little bit bit, however I by no means fairly obtained what I wished to, however I do admire that, Lauren. One of the nice surprises of the entire expertise was falling again in love with hockey once more and attending to get on the market and put the pads and the skates on once more.
Lauren, the staff will get some surprising information once they arrive to camp. What’s going via Alex’s thoughts when the children resolve they wish to keep?
Graham: I’m unsure it’s a good suggestion. I feel like, “Oh, no, that is precisely what I’m attempting to guide us away from.” It’s this world the place it’s simply a lot strain and no steadiness. I feel I’m bringing them to some enjoyable expertise, however I do suppose that I can nonetheless, inside as a lot as I perceive what the camp is, really feel hopeful that we’re gonna have a enjoyable summer season with campfire songs and s’mores.
Alex and Colin utterly disagree about how these children ought to spend their summers. What’s going to Alex and Colin be taught from one another this season?
Graham: It’s all the time enjoyable as actors when you will have two individuals with actually opposing views. To start with, we each begin out very rigidly positive that we’re appropriate in our viewpoints, after which, we be taught from one another. I actually be taught so much about sportsmanship, about giving a child a problem and letting them face it on their very own, and about taking the chance it typically takes to do one thing you’re actually obsessed with. I’m simply extra about enjoyable.
Duhamel: It is a man who has been targeted on hockey and excelling at hockey his whole life. And even after he completed his profession, he continues that with this institute and tries to push that onto his personal child. Consequently, he’s shedding his son, they’re drifting aside. His son doesn’t wish to play hockey; he has misplaced his love for the sport. It isn’t till he meets Alex that she kind of shakes him out of that and makes him understand that hockey isn’t every thing. It’s not the be all, finish all of life. You’ve obtained to cease and odor the roses now and again, and these children should have a summer season. They should have some enjoyable. It’s not nearly hockey.
I feel that’s actually the place plenty of the enjoyable is had on this sequence and plenty of the battle and plenty of the comedy. But in addition in my journey all through the season, he turns into a little bit bit much less intense and a little bit bit extra current, I might say.
The Mighty Geese: Sport Changers, Season 2 Premiere, Wednesday, September 28, Disney+