Diary Of A Future President is a Disney+ original comedy show that centered on a girl named Elena who wishes to become the US President. It is created by Ilana Peña and produced by I Can & I Will Productions, and CBS Television Studios. Tess Romero cast in the role of Elena Cañero-Reed who also received appreciation for her performance from the critics.
The comedy series received acclaim from the critics, especially for the story. Its been a long time when the first season completed broadcasting episodes and now fans want to know if they will get a second season or not and also its release date. Here’s what you should know regarding a new season:
Will We Get Season 2?
So finally in May 2020, Disney+ revealed the fate of the comedy series. We have good news for all of you, as the streaming giant revived the series for season 2. The reason behind its renewal is because it received high ratings and viewed by many audiences.
Disney+ said during the renewal of the series that creator Ilana Peña has done a great job and the upcoming season of Diary of a Future President will be going to be very much exciting.
What’s The Release Date?
So the second season will take a long time to release on Disney+ as the filming is not started. We know that shooting is not possible because of coronavirus pandemic due to safety reasons. Disney+ already postponed many upcoming shows as the filming stopped.
So there are chances that the second season will also face delay in the production and then it will take more time to appear. Disney+ has not revealed a particular date for the new episodes. We are expecting it to release in 2021, as per the reports. If Disney+ will announce anything, we will inform you.
Do We Have More Details?
The plot details are very less because it is in the early stage of development. The second season will extend the story of Elena to become the US president. In the upcoming season of comedy series, these actors will surely come back: Tess Romero as Elena Cañero-Reed, Gina Rodriguez as Future Elena Cañero-Reed, Charlie Bushnell as Roberto “Bobby” Cañero-Reed, Selenis Leyva as Gabriela “Gabi” Cañero-Reed, and Michael Weaver as Sam Faber.