UK: New DuckTales Episodes Coming To Disney XD In November



Good news for UK viewers: the first series of DuckTales will be wrapping up on Disney XD from this autumn as new-to-UK episodes begin again next month. The reboot of the classic 1980s animated show stars David Tennant in the role of Scrooge McDuck with Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz and Bobby Moynihan voicing his mischievous grandnephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. The cast also includes Kate Micucci,  Toks Olagundoye, Tony Anselmo and Beck Bennett with Catherine Tate, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Kimiko Glenn in recurring guest roles.

The series continues on November 3rd from 9.00am GMT with The Golden Lagoon Of White Agony Plains. The episode sees adventuring trillionaire Scrooge forced to team up with his thieving ex-partner and former flame Goldie O'Gilt for an expedition to the Klondike to discover the one treasure they never found. Allison Janney (The West Wing) voices Goldie. 

There's no word yet on a start date for Series 2 in the UK; however, David Tennant informed fans at FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention in September that they had just wrapped on the Christmas special. 

Watch DuckTales - The Golden Lagoon Of White Agony Plains on Saturday 3rd November from 9am on Disney XD UK.


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