Back in 1989, the original “Turner & Hooch” featured a police investigator named Scott Turner (Tom Hanks) and a charming French mastiff, who teamed together to solve the murder of Hooch's owner.
The buddy-cop picture became a box-office hit: in fact, it succeeded well enough to inspire a series pilot that developed into a straight-to-TV sequel — and, more than 30 years later, a 12-episode Disney+ TV series fronted by Josh Peck (via Deadline) as Scott Turner Jr. He's a U.S. Marshal, and he owns a crime-fighting French mastiff named Hooch, given to him by his father. “Turner & Hooch” is part of the network's push toward nostalgia-infused IPs that longtime fans can watch with their new families, like “Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.”
During the course of the series, Turner and Hooch solve crimes while Scott learns more about his father's death and the case he was working on when he purportedly had a heart attack, which is a subplot that continues throughout the first season's episodes.
The PG-style action programme (there's lots of gun violence) launched its Season 1 conclusion on October 6, which begs the question: Will the series move on? Or is this it for the crime-fighting combo of “Turner & Hooch”? Here's what we know.
Who's in the Cast of Turner & Hooch Season 2?
If “Turner & Hooch” gets renewed, you may expect a return of the five lovely French mastiffs that play Hooch. Their names are Arnie, Hammer, Obi, Cyd, and Mya, and each takes on a part of the role based on their skills and strengths. For example, Cyd is good at precision work while Hammer is the best at stunts, according to Deadline.
The human cast of the show features Josh Peck as Scott, Carra Patterson as his pregnant partner Jessica Baxter, Lyndsy Fonseca as Scott's sister Laura, and Vanessa Lengies as dog trainer (and romantic interest) Erica Mouniere. Brandon Jay McLaren and Anthony Ruivivar play U.S. Marshals that are members of Scott's job and team, while Jeremy Maguire is Scott's young nephew Matthew.
Matt Nix (“Burn Notice”) is the creator of the show, with Josh Levy (“Bones”) as co-executive producer. “Turner & Hooch” is a television series produced by 20th Century Fox. However, without a formal renewal, it's impossible to predict which of these cast and staff members will be back on the show.
What is the Storyline of Turner & Hooch Season 2 Centred on?
However, despite the fact that the “Turner & Hooch” episodes were loosely linked by a larger story thread centred on Scott Srdeath, they all stood on their own as completely different storylines. All while learning the ropes of being a K9 team and dealing with the politics and other issues that come with it.
Throughout the season, Scott and Hooch face up against drug traffickers, jewel thieves, counterfeit money, Scott's ex-girlfriend, and an illegal dogfighting ring, among other things.
Although the episode's conclusion did not provide a satisfying conclusion, it did bring a pleasant finish. In this article, we'll discuss a child, a wedding, romantic sparks, new employment opportunities, and puppy shenanigans, just to mention a few topics.
Therefore, a new season would most likely continue the investigations begun by the two friends, with the possibility of introducing a new overarching mystery to unravel. “Turner & Hooch,” in contrast to several earlier shows that finished on tight cliffhangers before being discontinued, now provides a (largely) complete experience. Hopefully, this is not the conclusion of the story.
If “Turner & Hooch” is brought back to life, the five lovely French mastiffs who play Hooch will be brought back as well. They go by the names of Arnie, Hammer, Obi, Cyd, and Mya, and each of them has a certain function to perform based on their abilities and strengths. According to Deadline, Cyd is particularly good at precision work, whilst Hammer is particularly good at stunts.
Scott is played by Josh Peck, Jessica Baxter is played by Carra Patterson, Scott's sister Laura is played by Lyndsy Fonseca, and Erica Mouniere is played by Vanessa Lengies, who also happens to be Scott's dog trainer and romantic interest. Brandon Jay McLaren and Anthony Ruivivar portray U.S. Marshals who work for Scott and his squad, and Jeremy Maguire portrays Scott's nephew Matthew, who is played by Matthew's younger brother.
Developed by Matt Nix (Burn Notice), with Josh Levy (Bones) serving as co-executive producer, the show will premiere in the fall of 2018. “Turner & Hooch” is a television show that is produced by 20th Century Fox Television. However, in the absence of a formal renewal, it is unknown which members of the cast and crew will return.
When will Season 2 of Turner & Hooch be Available to Watch Online?
Turner and Hooch have not been officially renewed by Disney+ as of this writing. In part because it is a relatively new streaming network, Disney has a less-than-transparent process for determining the ratings of its shows. In some cases, fans don't know until after the fact whether a show is intended to be a limited series with only one set of episodes, as “WandaVision” turned out to be, or if it is intended to be a long-running series with multiple seasons.
It's possible that the decision to renew with “Turner & Hooch” will be reversed. The show has garnered poor press coverage from sites such as The Hollywood Reporter and CNN, resulting in a mixed rating of 57 percent on Rotten Tomatoes for its first season. Fans, on the other hand, appear to enjoy it significantly more, as evidenced by an audience rating of 88 percent.
The firm may choose to wait until Disney+ Day, which has been designated as a day of celebration, content releases, and sneak peaks, before announcing a renewal. This year's Disney+ Day will take place on November 12th. If you've been dying to find out what happened to “Turner & Hooch,” then mark that date on your calendar.