DuckTales: Season 2 (2018 - 2019)

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Episodes

Air date: Oct 20, 2018

A family game night with shrink rays, a barbaric civilization and an unhealthy level of competitiveness.

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Air date: Oct 27, 2018

Huey and Dewey are led on an adventure by their distant Uncle Fethry, who takes them to the depths of Scrooge's deep?sea laboratory.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2018

Louie and Webby investigate a friendly dockside fisherman who may or may not be Flintheart Glomgold.

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Air date: Nov 10, 2018

Donald reunites with his band as the family explores a Brazilian town.

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Air date: Nov 17, 2018

Storkules is recruited for Louie's professional monster extermination business.

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Air date: Dec 1, 2018

Scrooge celebrates Christmas with his time-traveling ghost buddies while time-lost Dewey teams with Young Donald to find his mom on Christmas.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2019

Marooned, Della struggles for survival against the foreign elements of the Moon.

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Air date: May 7, 2019

The boys track a missing artifact across Duckburg, while Scrooge and Webby stall the warrior looking for it with a phony quest.

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Air date: May 8, 2019

In the Old West, Scrooge and Goldie form a band of outlaws and stage a heist to save a small town from a corrupt businessman.

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Air date: May 9, 2019

The kids must stop Scrooge's unhealthy obsession with a few missing coins to keep him from becoming the next Glomgold.

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Critic Reviews for DuckTales Season 2

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

This reboot stands on its own, but it rewards anyone existing in meta-realms of franchise self-awareness.

May 22, 2019 | Rating: A | Full Review…

DuckTales' second go-round is poised to be a more confident, self-assured, rousing outing, breaking past its first season flaws and slightly retooling them so they mesh better with the story and the characters within them.

May 22, 2019 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
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DuckTales' characters make you FEEL. That sounds like an obvious statement but connecting with an anthropomorphized duck person isn't easy!

May 22, 2019 | Full Review…

Intentional or not, DuckTales just proved everything GoT was trying to say about the power of good stories - and they did it within an ACTUAL GOOD STORY.

May 22, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for DuckTales: Season 2

  • May 07, 2020
    The entire series on it's own is worth seeing but I enjoyed the deeper dive we get to see on the family matters in season two. My nieces love the show but even as a young adult, I find it entertaining.
  • Mar 29, 2020
    YES DUCK TALES WO WOO! i'm so hyped for season 3 to come out!
  • Mar 21, 2020
    im realy exited for season 3 to relese
  • Oct 20, 2019
    Season 2 was better than the 1st! It had way more adventure, way more mystery, but the same amount of comedy. My top 3 favorite episodes are 2 from this season and 1 from Season 1. I LOVE DUCKTALES! Disney, now's your cue for Ducktales Season 3!
  • Sep 22, 2019
    The second season of this show is truly something! It was better than the first season in every aspect. This season had Louie as the central character and he was very enjoyable to watch. This season also was very emotional, with Della coming back from the moon and trying to blend with the kids. The finale of the season was also super awesome. The scale of it is just amazing, and the animation mixed with some heartfelt moments made it really special. I honestly do not know how the next season can top this one.
  • Sep 15, 2019
    The sophomore season of the Ducktales reboot remains a very entertaining affair. The season does take a handful of just okay episodes to hit its stride, but the rest of it is firing on all cylinders. The show continues to be very creative, funny, and have a fine cast of characters. The show is also loaded with references to the Scrooge McDuck comics and other related media. Highlights include an emotional episode that barely even features the main cast and the hilarious The 87 Cent Solution where Scrooge (voiced by David Tennant from Doctor Who and Jessica Jones) loses 87 cents from his money bin and starts losing his mind trying to find it. Unfortunately, the show is lacking the surprisingly dramatic storylines from the last season, though there are some nice character beats. (And for those who have seen this season, yeah there is THAT storyline, but I still feel it was as strongly done enough.) The writers remain very good at creating new characters with a few good ones here, including Owlson (Natasha Rothwell), a professional who contrasts with Scrooge and all the other rich billionaires in Duckburg and their shenanigans. Flintheart Glomgold (Keith Ferguson) is the most prominent villain this season. (Sadly, there is very little of the delightfully awful Magica DeSpell (Catherine Tate) this time.) This could've gone very wrong. The villain who originally was sort of Scrooge's almost-equal and mirror has been turned into a more cartoonish Yosemite Sam type for this show. One could worry about such a one note character being overexposed as well, but the writers completely make this work. Glomgold steals the show every time. His sure self-destructive uber-pettiness, lack of moderation, and increasingly insane and inept plans never fail to delight. For the first time, the European comics characters are brought to animation. In Europe the duck comics actually sell more than in the states. This has resulted in these comics having a lot of characters specifically created or made big in Europe and only popular in Europe and South America. (And with Disney seeming not to h ave much more interested in creating comics domestically, they now seem to be mostly interested in releasing translations of the European comics, which may mean these characters will become familiar to later American generations.) We get the two most prominent characters: Donald's odd cousin Fethry (Tom Kenny) and villainous billionaire John D. Rockerduck (John Hodgman). Unfortunately for European and South American fans, both get mixed results. Feathery is close to the comics character, but he isn't very interesting. Rockerduck is more fun but less faithful to the original character. Though I still can't say I'm the biggest fan of the blocky character design, I do respect the fluidity of the animation. Overall, this show remains one of the best reboots on television.

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