The action-comedy TV show Turner & Hooch is based on the same-named movie from 1989, and it picks up where the movie left off. Executive producer Matt Nix came up with the idea for the show and wrote the scripts. It is a legacy sequel, and Flying Glass of Milk Productions, Wonderland Sound and Vision, and 20th Television all worked on it together.
It features Josh Peck, Lyndsy Fonseca, Carra Patterson, and Vanessa Lengies. It’s the third film in the same-named series, and it came out on Disney+ on July 21, 2021. The show was canceled after one season.
When Will Season 2 of “Turner & Hooch” Begin?
Web News Observer says that there is no date for Season 2 of Turner & Hooch because the show hasn’t been picked up yet. It might not happen until at least 2023 if it does. Turner & Hooch was originally set to come out on Disney+ on July 16, 2021, with each of its 12 episodes coming out every week until October 1.
But on June 16, 2021, it was announced that after Loki’s success on a Wednesday, Disney+ would move most of its original shows to Wednesdays. Because of this, the release date for Turner and Hooch was July 21, 2021. The Red Carpet Premiere took place in Los Angeles on July 17, 2021.
What is the Primary Plot of Turner & Hooch’s Second Season?
But even though each “Turner & Hooch” episode was part of a larger story about Scott Srdeath, it was still a completely different story. All of this happened while they were learning how to work as a K9 team and dealing with politics and other problems that come with it. Scott and Hooch have to deal with drug dealers, jewel thieves, fake money, Scott’s ex-girlfriend, and an illegal dogfighting ring during the season.
Even though the episode didn’t end in a satisfying way, it was still a good way to wrap up. In this article, we’ll talk about a child, a wedding, romantic sparks, a new job, and funny puppy behavior, among other things.
So, a new season would probably continue the investigations that the two friends started, and it might even add a new big mystery to solve. “Turner & Hooch” is now (mostly) a finished story, unlike some earlier shows that ended on a cliffhanger. Only time will tell if this is the end of the story.
Opinions Regarding Turner & Hooch
Based on 21 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, the series gets an average rating of 5.8/10, or 57% approval. “Turner & Hooch is fun but not very deep,” says the site’s critical consensus. Metacritic gives the movie a weighted average score of 49 out of 100 based on the reviews of 7 critics. This means that there are “mixed or average” reviews.
IGN’s Matt Fowler gave the show a 6 out of 10 and said, “Nothing feels dumbed down or muted, but the dog dilemma with Hooch being forced on an unwilling owner feels like a questionable situation now instead of a light-hearted romp.”
The Guardian’s Lucy Mangan gave the show 3 out of 5 stars and said, “Josh Peck and his law-enforcement dog try to follow in Tom Hanks’ paw steps, but this remake is all bark and no bite.” Common Sense Media’s Ashley Moulton gave the show 3 out of 5 stars and an “11+” age rating and said, “Teens who like dogs might like this show, which is pretty mild except for the violence, but many people will roll their eyes
Trailer for Turner and Hooch Season 2
We can’t get a trailer for the second season of Turner & Hooch because it hasn’t been officially announced. But you can watch the trailer for the first season if you haven’t seen it yet.
Where Did They Film Turner Hooch?
Many scenes were filmed in Monterey, Pacific Grove, and Moss Landing, California, where the story takes place. “Cypress Beach” is just a story. Most of the scenes, like the police station, the wedding chase on foot, and the car chase down Ocean View Ave., were shot in Pacific Grove.
In Turner and Hooch, How Did They Train the Dog?
Cousins Scott and Clint Rowe taught Hooch to listen to whoever had the clicker. “The trainer would give Tom Hanks the little clicker, and when Tom clicked it, the dog would look at him. After that, Hooch only cared about Tom until he returned the clicker.”
“Turner & Hooch” was canceled after one season. The show picks up where the movie left off. It might not happen until 2023 if it doesn’t get picked up by Disney+ yet. Metacritic gives the movie a weighted average score of 49 out of 100. The trailer for the second season hasn’t been released yet, but you can watch the first season’s trailer here.