Teenage Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella enjoy a crazy summer at Camp Splinterwood with other Angry Birds as sparks and feathers fly!
In 'Angry Birds: Summer Madness', originally called 'Angry Birds Summer Camp Madness', the Angry Birds are shown in Angry Birds Summer Madness in an interesting (and sometimes embarrassing) stage of their lives: their early adolescence. It was crucial to get it right by introducing the birds at this stage for the first time in Angry Birds history.
‘Angry Birds: Summer Madness’ Season 2 Trailer
The trailer of the new and upcoming season of Angry Birds is available on Youtube and Netflix. The trailer can also be watched below:
‘Angry Birds: Summer Madness’ Season 2 Plot
Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella are featured in the series as campers at Camp Splinterwood under the supervision of Mighty Eagle. In this series, the pigs also play rival campers. The teenage versions of the characters are the main emphasis of the series.
Since they were in kindergarten, Stella and Neiderflyer have conflicted. Each friend group must overcome water slides, basketball, paintball, dodgeball, and other camp games. Red, Chuck, Bomb, and Stella encounter the Pig side of the camp while traveling. With an exciting adventure, the birds are back for 16 more episodes of summertime fun at camp!
‘Angry Birds: Summer Madness’ Season 2 Cast
Red starring Ian Hanlin
Chuck starring Deven Christian Mack
Bomb starring Ty Olsson
Stella starring Gigi Saul Guerrero
Neiderflyer starring Ian Hanlin
Lynette starring Tabitha St. Germain
Robin starring Ana Sani
Harold starring Peter Kelamis
Mighty Eagle starring Adam Kirschner
Matilda starring Ana Sani
Brenda starring Tabitha St. Germain
‘Angry Birds: Summer Madness’ Season 2 Release Date
On January 28, 2022, the Angry Birds spin-off series Angry Birds: Summer Madness was initially made available on Netflix. This Friday, June 24, 2022, Netflix will broadcast the show's second season, which has been officially announced.
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