Apple TV+ has announced season 2 of its acclaimed comedy series ‘Mythic Quest’ releasing on May 7, 2021, and ahead of the launch, the video streaming service has introduced the official trailer of the series. The Mystic Quest is created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz and is produced by McElhenney, Day, Michael Rotenberg, Nicholas Frenkel, and others.
The special last episode of season 1 ‘Mythic Quest: Quarantine’ showcased life in solitude due to the COVID-19 pandemic, “MQ staff works from home, Poppy struggles with solitude while Brad and David start a charitable competition.”
Official tailor of Mythic Quest season 2 is out now
Shared on the official YouTube channel of Apple TV+, the entertaining trailer of season 2 of the comedy series shows expansion struggles faced by the team.
With the quarantine finally over, season two of “Mythic Quest” finds everyone back in the office (well, almost everyone), attempting to build upon the success of Raven’s Banquet by launching an epic new expansion, but Ian (Rob McElhenney) and the newly promoted co-creative director, Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao), struggle with the game’s direction. Meanwhile, C.W. (F. Murray Abraham) reconciles some unresolved issues from his past, the testers (Ashly Burch and Imani Hakim) test the bounds of an office romance, and David (David Hornsby) loses yet another woman in his life as Jo (Jessie Ennis) leaves him to assist Brad (Danny Pudi).
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After its launch on November 1, 2019, Apple TV+ became the first all-original streaming service to launch around the world, and has premiered more original hits and received more award recognitions faster than any other streaming service. Apple Originals have been honored with 249 awards nominations and 70 wins in just over a year, including Critics Choice Awards, Critics Choice Documentary Awards, Daytime and Primetime Emmy Awards, an NAACP Image Award, a Peabody Award and more.
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