FROZEN 2 Docuseries Coming to Disney+ This Summer

Disney released Frozen 2 months ahead of schedule on Disney+ when mass social distancing started. It gave kids stuck at home one more viewing option. And that gave their beleaguered parents a break from trying to keep their youngsters entertained. However, we guess at this point at least a few adults are tired of hearing Elsa belt out “Show Yourself” again and again. And then again and again. Fortunately, this summer fans both young and old alike of the franchise will get a chance to experience the movie in a whole new way. The newly announced making-of docuseries Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 will premiere on Disney+ in June.

The Mouse House has announced a new six-episode documentary series (which we first came across at Entertainment Weekly) about the making of the smash hit animated sequel. Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 will include interviews with the cast and filmmakers, as well as the movie’s artists and technicians. They’ll discuss the ups and downs they experienced during the making of the film.

Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will give insights into the movie. Producer Peter Del Vecho and songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez will also join the show. The series will also give fans a glimpse at the recording booth with stars Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Sterling K. Brown, and Evan Rachel Wood.

Olaf hugs Sven in Frozen 2 Disney

This is the latest project from the Frozen franchise that will help kids stuck indoors. Disney has also been releasing original shorts of “Olaf at Home” on YouTube.

All six episodes of Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 will debut on the streaming site on June 26.

That might seem like a long way off for parents who feel “Lost in the Woods” these days. But you’ve made it this far already! Plus you waited six years for the sequel. Six more weeks should be like a breeze in the Enchanted Forest.

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