The first twelve episodes from the second season of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir debuted on Netflix in the United States last Friday. The remaining 14 will launch on the service sometime after.
The second season of the Parisian super hero show initially debuted last fall in European territories. DHX’s Family Channel in Canada has been airing the new episodes since February 16th of this year. The Netflix debut is the first time season two has officially become available to viewers in the United States. Sinclair’s over-the-air broadcast TV block KidsClick has suggested they’ll be running the season sometime soon.
In conjunction with the second season’s launch, the official Facebook page for the show will run a live event on Wednesday at 12:50 PM EDT. It’ll be hosted at the Musée Grévin in Paris, where wax sculptures based on Ladybug and Cat Noir will be unveiled. An episode from the show’s second season will be set in the museum.
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir debuted in the fall of 2015. The series is a co-production between France’s ZAG Entertainment, South Korea’s SAMG with assistance from Japan’s Toei Animation. In the United States, the series was originally aired on Nickelodeon, before finding its way onto Netflix and KidsClick. A third season is currently in development.