What is the show about? Is it worth watching? Will we be having its sequel? If yes, then when? Let us find out about StarBeam 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast and Latest Updates!
StarBeam is a Canadian superhero animated web television series created for Netflix by Loris Lunsford and Jason Netter. The show follows Zoey, a young girl who is a superheroine.
The first season of the series premiered on Netflix on April 3, 2020, followed by a second season on September 8, 2020.
What is the show about?
The show is based on Zoey, a girl in second grade. StarBeam, a superhero with unusual powers, including super-speed, super-strength, high-velocity wind breathing, and the power to build force fields with bubbles, is Zoey’s alter-ego. With her catchphrase, “It’s time to shine!” Zoey turns into StarBeam. Zoey inherited her superpowers from her superhero mother, WonderBeam, and follows the theme of family superheroes.
Only a few people are aware of her hidden existence in Zoey’s world. These individuals include her “Gramps” non-superpower grandfather; her closest friend, Henry, a “Boost” superhero who invents devices that strengthen his superhero abilities; and a friend who gives moral encouragement, their seagull sidekick, “Kipper.” Gramps, Boost, and Kipper, together, always assist Zoey to save the day.
Is the show coming back with its third season?
The answer is ‘Yes!’. StarBeam is soon coming back to us with its third season. Stay tuned for the latest updates!
Official Release Date of StarBeam Season 3
Here is a good news for fans! The wait is over. Season 3 premieres on 9 March 2021 only on Netflix. Save the date!
Official Trailer of StarBeam Season 3
Voice Cast and Characters of StarBeam Season 3
On the show, we will be seeing Nahanni Mitchell as Zoey, Dean Petriw as Henry, and Sam Vincent as Kipper and Captain Fishbeard. Also, we have Terry Klassen as Gramps, and Diana Kaarina as Zoey’s Mom. We also have Laara Sadiq, Maryke Hendriksen as Miserable Marla, Ed Hughes, Jaeda Lily Miller, and Abigail Journey Oliver. Also, we have Rhona Rees as Mayor Blumenshine, Zion Simpson, Dominic Good, Sarah Almonte Peguero, and Vincent Tong as Cosmic Crushter. Mayumi Yoshida, Sasha Duncan, and many others will be there too!
So, how many days left until 9 March 2021?
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