Which TV series will be the next to get a sequel?
BeetleJuice’s second season premieres Friday, Oct. 18, on NBC.
The season finale of the series features two new episodes, as well as a brand-new special feature titled “Beetle Juice’s Second Season,” directed by Beavis and Butthead.
In the special feature, the gang goes through all the events of the season, from the “bust” to the “dance,” and gives advice to the new residents of the city.
The first episode of season two, titled “The Big Bang Theory,” aired Nov. 15, 2015.
The show is produced by Beets Entertainment, the production company for Beetles TV series, and the writers for the series, Amy Acker and Chris Tull.
Beeteljuice’s first season featured the group performing comedy routines on a stage and also featured some live events.
A new special, “The Show That Wasn’t,” will air Friday, Nov. 28, at 8 p.m.
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A third season, “Bees,” is planned for the fall of 2020.
Beets also released a series of sketches called “Hannah Montana,” which debuted on Comedy Central in October, and is produced in association with the Beets TV production company.
“Bubbles,” which premiered Oct. 16 on NBC, follows a group of friends who go on a road trip.
“Hannibal,” starring Stephen Moyer and Maggie Siff, is slated to air this fall on NBC and ABC.
“The Simpsons” season 12 is set to debut Sept. 17.
“Veep” season 5 is expected to air Oct. 2.
“Arrested Development” season 6 is slated for early 2018.