Percy Jackson And The Olympians Renewed For Season 2 At Disney

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A second season of Percy Jackson and the Olympians has been confirmed. Disney CEO Bob Iger made the announcement during the company's most recent quarterly earnings call.

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Over 110 million hours of the first season of the show have been streamed on Hulu and Disney+ combined. 

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 During the earnings call on Wednesday, January 7, Iger revealed that the streaming results amount to about 20.6 million total views when divided by the season's overall runtime.

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In the first season of Percy Jacksons and the Olympians, which was based on Rick Riordan's book The Lightning Thief, Walker Scobell's titular character had to come to grips with his newly acquired superhuman abilities after the late Lance Reddick's portrayal of Zeus, the sky god, accused him of stealing his master lightning bolt. 

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In the just finished season, Percy Jackson and his pals Grover and Annabeth, portrayed by Aryan Simhadri and Leah Sava Jefferis, respectively, set off on a quest across America to find and restore order to Olympus. 

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The second season of the show will be based on one of Rick Riordan's books, same like the first. 

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In season two of the television program, which adapts the tale from The Sea of Monsters, the second novel in the author's Percy Jackson and the Olympians trilogy, Percy and a few of his demigod companions will set off on a nautical quest to recover the Golden Fleece. 

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“Rich in magic, wonder, adventure, and heart, Percy Jackson and the Olympians captivated the imaginations of viewers of all ages everywhere,” Disney Branded Television president Ayo Davis said in a statement 

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“We’re thrilled to embark on an exciting new quest and a season two with Rick Riordan, our fantastic partners at 20th Television, and the exceptional ensemble cast and creative talent that brings this story to life,” she added.  

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