Poppy and the gang are back for TrollsTopia season 2! In a post Trolls: World Tour world, Poppy thinks she has all of the music genres represented until... a Jazz Troll shows up. This vibrantly colored, music-filled show features all of the Trolls characters kids know and love and is sure to be a fun time!
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TrollsTopia | Season 2 Trailer & Episode Info Announced
Executive produced by Emmy-nominated Matthew Beans (Trolls: The Beat Goes On!) and inspired by the beloved DreamWorks Animation films, TrollsTopia is the next chapter in the hair-raising adventures of the trolls.
Now that Poppy knows there are other musical trolls scattered throughout the forest, she bottles up her endless positivity and invites delegates from every troll tribe in the forest to live together in harmony in a grand experiment she calls TrollsTopia!
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In the newest season of TrollsTopia, the fun doesn’t stop! Friendships between the tribes are stronger than ever with the arrival of “Pal-entine’s Day” and the help of the new Metroll train station, connecting all of the neighborhoods together. But when Chaz, a smooth jazz troll arrives, Poppy realizes she accidentally excluded an entire tribe from TrollsTopia and must do everything she can to make her new friends feel at home.
TrollsTopia | Season 2 Trailer
TrollsTopia | Season 2 Premiere Date
TrollsTopia season 2 will feature 6 episodes and premieres on Peacock and Hulu, March 18th!
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TrollsTopia | Season 2 Cast
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