Big Shot Season 2- The Girls’ Basketball Comedy Drama Returns! We met hot-tempered basketball coach Marvin Korn on the first season of Disney+’s Big Shot. He ends up coaching at Westbrook, an elite girls’ school, which he finds as difficult, if not more, than his big job. Korn his coach has had some success in Season 2, but if he wants to take Sirens to a new level of competition, he’ll need to bring in high-risk new talent.
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Big Shot Season 2 Cast
In Big Shot season 2, John Stamos plays Marvyn Korn’s coach once more. Stamos is a television hero for many people thanks to his roles in the popular sitcom Full House and its Netflix reboot, Fuller House. Additionally, he has appeared on episodes of ER, Glee, Scream Queens, and you.
Big Shot has a supporting cast that includes Cricket Wampler as Samantha Finkman from the About a Boy TV series, Darcy Rose Byrnes as Harper Schapira from Desperate Housewives, Jessalyn Gilsig as Holly Barrett from Vikings, Sophia Mitri Schloss as Emma Korn from The Kicks, Nell Verlaque as Louise Gruzinsky from Bull, Tisha Custodio as Carolyn Smith from No Good Nick, and Tiana Le as Destiny Winter.
New to the cast in season 2 is Sara Exheagaray (Treat) as the new player that coach Korn recruits.
Big Shot Season 2 Plot
It’s Season 2, and Season 1 saw a lot of personal development. By the end of the season, Coach Korn (John Stamos) had turned down an enticing college position, bonded with his daughter, and committed to leading Westbrook to the next level. Coach Korn started out as a reluctant coach of girls’ prep school basketball. That’s right, Westbrook has moved up to a new division, and Coach Korn wants to get his team ready for tougher competition.
Our Take on the second season
Ava, the newest Westbrook Siren, proclaims as she storms into Coach Korn’s office, “I’m not a quitter.” After being expelled from volleyball, where she was a rising star on the professional circuit, due to a confrontation with a referee (sound familiar? ), her mother coerces her into joining the squad.
“I am aware that you are a quitter. Do you understand the reason? Coach Korn remarks, revealing the blatantly apparent, “Because I see myself in you.
Ava scoffs, “That is not the compliment you think it is.
Korn responds, “I didn’t mean that as a praise.”
The second season of Big Shot, the expertly created girls’ basketball drama on Disney+, is set to revolve around this connection and its resulting tension. John Stamos, a seasoned actor in family-friendly dramas, does an admirable job portraying Coach Korn, a man who is far better at basketball than he is at handling complicated interpersonal connections with teens. He is, however, correct; Ava’s story resembles his own in that fierce rivalry may be a great asset if it is controlled to the point where it does not eliminate the opponent first.
Big Shot contains all the typical teen drama clichés—romantic rivals, shattered hearts, petty rivalries, the whole nine yards—but they don’t turn the programme into a 90210-level soap opera. Each member of the Westbrook team is given a detailed backstory as well as a respectable level of agency. The first season’s storylines weren’t fully resolved over the summer, but the second season is set to feature a completely new set of complications.
Big Shot Season 2 Release Date
Season 2 of Big Shot premiered on October 12, 2022. Unlike the first season where the episodes were being released weekly, all the episodes of the second season are available to binge watch right away!
Big Shot Season 2 Trailer
Its been a while since the second season dropped so of course we do have a trailer!
Where to Watch Big Shot Season 2
Both seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream on Disney Plus!
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