David Schwimmer Joins the Cast of Goosebumps Season Two on Disney+

Renowned actor David Schwimmer of “Friends” fame is set to star in the second season of the popular Disney+ series, “Goosebumps.” This come as exciting news for fans of the show, based on the highly celebrated series of books by R.L. Stine. Disney+ confirmed in February that “Goosebumps” would return for a second outing, though with a fresh storyline in an anthology format.

What Lies Ahead in Goosebumps Season Two

The plot for the second season promises a thrilling adventure and a chilling mystery. The storyline follows teenage siblings as they uncover a looming threat that triggers a chain of events, unravelling a deep-seated mystery. As they venture deeper into the unknown, they encounter the chilling tale of four teenagers who mysteriously vanished in 1994.

David Schwimmer’s Role in Goosebumps

On the show, Schwimmer will portray Anthony, a divorced parent with teenage twins and a former botany professor. His character grapples with managing his responsibilities as a parent, along with coping with the struggles of an ageing parent, all while having his teenage twins around for the summer.

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Goosebumps Season One Recap

The first season of “Goosebumps” was well-received, recording an impressive 1.9 billion minutes of viewing in the United States within the first four weeks post its October 2023 release, as per Nielsen figures. The first season boasted of a talented ensemble including Zack Morris, Isa Briones, Miles McKenna, Anna Yi Puig, Will Price, Rachael Harris, and Justin Long.

The Team Behind Goosebumps

Produced by Sony Pictures Television for Disney Branded TV, the show was developed by Nicholas Stoller and Rob Letterman. The executive production team comprises Hilary Winston – who also serves as the showrunner – Neal H. Moritz, Scholastic Entertainment’s Iole Lucchese and Caitlin Friedman, Pavun Shetty, Conor Welch, and Erin O’Malley.

About David Schwimmer

Schwimmer most recently starred in, and executive produced, the Sky One/Peacock comedy “Intelligence” and the Sundance entry “Little Death.” He earned an Emmy nomination for his performance in FX’s “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.” In addition to his decade-long stint on “Friends,” his portfolio includes AMC’s “Feed the Beast,” the “Madagascar” movies, and directing more than 20 plays and episodes of “Friends,” its spin-off “Joey,” and “Little Britain USA.”

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Wrapping Up

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