Season Two of the popular Amazon Original Kids live-action series, Just Add Magic, will debut on Prime Video on Friday, January 13!
Based on Cindy Callaghan’s book of the same name, Just Add Magic for kids, tweens and their families, follows the adventures of Kelly (Olivia Sanabia, Extant) and her two best friends, Hannah (Aubrey Miller, Austin & Ally) and Darbie (Abby Donnelly, Suburgatory), who stumble across a mysterious cookbook and discover that its recipes are far from ordinary – they’re magical!
In Season Two of Just Add Magic, the girls’ Last-Ditch Layer Cake breaks every spell in town, which miraculously brings Grandma Quinn (Dee Wallace, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) back to her normal self. Unfortunately, it also brings back an old enemy…Chuck Hankins. Chuck disappeared when he was a teenager, but when he returns 50 years later, he hasn’t aged a day. When he begins to meddle in the girls’ lives, they must put aside their summer of fun in order to save the magic from falling into the wrong hands. As they begin to investigate, they learn that Chuck isn’t just an ordinary troublemaker. In fact, he’s capable of much more than they could ever imagine. Chuck is creating his own magic cookbook and may be seeking revenge on the people who spelled him years ago. His master plan will eventually put one of the trio in grave danger unless Kelly, Hannah and Darbie can find a way to defeat Chuck once and for all.
Just Add Magic stars Olivia Sanabia (Extant), Abby Donnelly (Suburgatory), Aubrey Miller (Austin & Ally), and Judah Bellamy (Home). The series also stars Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) as Grandma Quinn, Catia Ojeda (Grey’s Anatomy) as Mrs. Quinn, Andrew Burlinson (Parks and Recreation) as Mr. Quinn, Amy Hill (50 First Dates) as Mama P, and Ellen Karsten (Camp Takota) as Ms. Silvers.
A single-camera live-action series, Just Add Magic is executive produced by Andrew Orenstein (Malcolm in the Middle) and Joe Nussbaum (George Lucas in Love, Awkward) with Nussbaum also directing several episodes. Luisa Leschin (Austin & Ally) serves as co-executive producer, Matt Goldman (Wizards of Waverly Place) serves as consulting producer and Pixie Wespiser (Good Luck Charlie) serves as producer.
The first season of Just Add Magic, the most streamed Amazon Original Series for kids 6-11 to date, is now available to stream exclusively for Prime members via the Amazon Prime Video app for TVs; connected devices, including Fire TV; mobile devices; and online. Prime members can also download the series to mobile devices for offline viewing at no additional cost to their membership.
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