Sonic Boom Season 2 is Listed to Premiere on October 29th

Tommy Thunder and Trash Can Head Guy in “Late Night Wars.”

Sonic Boom premiered in November 2014 and wrapped up its first season a year later, and fans of the show are eagerly awaiting the day season two will premiere at some point this fall. Now, it turns out that they won’t have to wait for much longer, as a date has dropped by way of TV listings site Zap2It.

Mark your calendars, as Sonic Boom is expected to return to Cartoon Network’s airwaves on October 29th, with the season premiere episode “Tommy Thunder: Method Actor.”

Little else is known about the second season of Sonic Boom, although the recent release of the Nintendo 3DS title Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice did feature a handful of teasers in Sonic’s Shack. Have a look-see!

Are you looking forward to the return of the Sonic Boom cartoon? What are you hoping to see in season 2? Sound off in the comments below!


Source: Zap2it

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    1. literally thousands of people care. just because negative opinions like to be loud – doesnt mean they are the majority.

  1. Sonic Boom episodes always make me LOL. I’m really looking forward to the new season.

  2. I’m definitely looking forward to it. The concept art definitely makes it appear bigger than the first season, and I’m curious to see where they go with Shadow and Metal Sonic.

    The other interesting thing is that Bill Freiberger said over Twitter that Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice takes place some time within this season. While I doubt this will be the case, I think it’d be cool to have some episodes linking to the game.

  3. another year of Sonic Boom Commentaries with Kevin, Katt and Donnie ~
    Im looking forward to it!

  4. I was able to be occupied with My Little Pony, to keep from being aggravated with the wait for Sonic Boom Season 2. I estimate that this will confirm my theory that Sonic Boom avoids My Little Pony, so that it doesn’t lose viewers to it, by airing new eps when MLP doesn’t!

  5. I hope that’s true! I’m super excited for the next season!

    (I wonder what Bea the Bee’s episode will be like. And also wonder why Eggman would color her pink, which is different from the other bee bots.)

    1. What if it was AMY who colored that particular BeeBot? I mean, Amy could’ve taken pity on it being left behind or not attacking her, and decided to adopt her. And Sticks might either be against it, or for it, having adopted a hideous metallic pet, herself. Remember that cluster, Buster?

      1. That makes a lot of sense. Though Amy would probably ask Tails for help rather than do the job herself (especially if the beebot needed repairs of some kind), and being the nice girl she is. would probably let Bea pick the color.

  6. Sega and Cartoon Network are still treating this show horribly? Why aren’t they advertising this show, why aren’t they showing reruns, why aren’t they giving this show a better timeslot? It is frustrating to see them shooting themselves in the foot, over a show with potential.

    1. Because they would much rather promote the hell out of PowerPuff Girls, Teen Titans Go, Mighty MagiSwords, and more, and just force Sonic Boom to hit Nicktoons, or even Discovery Family! And I refuse to have one less reason to wake up early! I wouldn’t be surprised that Cartoon Network actually HATES Sonic the Hedgehog, just as much as IGN does, and they prefer Nintendo’s Pokemon franchise, despite how bad of a loser Ash Ketchum is! It’s because of this that I decided to denounce Pokemon, in terms of the anime, and cross the Digital Rubicon over to Digimon, and I LOVE IT! IT’S PRODIGIOUS!

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