Big Hero 6: The Series
|Big Hero 6: The Series|
|Based on||Big Hero 6|
by Man of Action
Big Hero 6
by Don Hall and Chris Williams
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||32|
|Executive producer(s)||Bob Schooley|
|Production company(s)||Disney Television Animation|
|Original network||Disney Channel|
|Audio format||Dolby Surround 5.1|
|Original release||November 20, 2017 –|
Big Hero 6: The Series is an American superhero comedy animated television series, produced by Disney Television Animation and developed by Kim Possible creators Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley. The series is based on Disney's 2014 film Big Hero 6, which itself is loosely based on the comic book series Big Hero 6 published by Marvel Comics. The series is a sequel as it takes place after the events of the film and uses traditional hand-drawn animation. It premiered with a 43-minute episode titled "Baymax Returns" on Disney XD on November 20, 2017. In 2018, the series was moved from Disney XD to Disney Channel before the series premiere. The series formally premiered with two new episodes on Disney Channel on June 9, 2018.
The second season premiered on May 6, 2019, with a third season confirmed prior.
- 1 Plot
- 2 Cast
- 3 Development and production
- 4 Episodes
- 5 Home media
- 6 Ratings
- 7 Broadcast
- 8 Awards and nominations
- 9 Comic book series
- 10 Notes
- 11 References
- 12 External links
The series is set after the events of the feature film Big Hero 6 and continues the adventures of 14-year-old tech genius Hiro Hamada and the compassionate, cutting-edge robot Baymax created by his late brother Tadashi. Along with his friends Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Go Go and Fred, they form the superhero team Big Hero 6 and embark on high-tech adventures as they protect their city from an array of scientifically enhanced villains. Hiro also faces academic challenges and social trials as the new prodigy at San Fransokyo Institute of Technology (SFIT).
The show slightly retcons the ending of the movie. Among the differences are Aunt Cass knowing about Baymax, the Big Hero 6's team identities still being secret from the public, and Hiro attending SFIT as if everything is back to normal (and though a building is erected after Tadashi, Hiro does not receive a grant from the Institute). Hiro also doesn't come up with the name "Big Hero 6" like it is implied at the end of the movie. Instead, Fred comes up with the name after having "brainstormed an epic list of team names" and testing them with himself.
- Ryan Potter as Hiro Hamada, a 14-year-old robotics prodigy whose older brother Tadashi Hamada was killed in an explosion at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology (SFIT) and member of Big Hero 6; he serves as the team's official leader.
- Scott Adsit as Baymax, an inflatable robot originally built by Tadashi as a medical assistant, but reprogrammed by Hiro to also use martial arts as a member of Big Hero 6; he wears a suit of armour with a jetpack and wings.
- Jamie Chung as Go Go Tomago, a tough, athletic student at SFIT and member of Big Hero 6 who specializes in electromagnetics; she uses two large discs as wheels/skates when in action, and also uses smaller discs as weapons.
- Genesis Rodriguez as Honey Lemon, a bubbly and optimistic student at SFIT (and Part-Time Student at SFAI or San Fransokyo Art Institute), chemistry enthusiast, and member of Big Hero 6; she uses 'chem-balls' that produce a variety of effects.
- Khary Payton as Wasabi, a smart, slightly neurotic student at SFIT and member of Big Hero 6 who specializes in lasers, and has two laser-like blades on his arms when in action. He appreciates order and control in his life and work environment. Wasabi was previously voiced by Damon Wayans Jr. in the film.
- Brooks Wheelan as Fred, a comic book fan and slacker who is also team mascot at SFIT and member of Big Hero 6, with reptilian super-suits (one gives the appearance of a lizard-like monster, the other is chameleon-like); he lives in a large mansion. Fred was previously voiced by T.J. Miller in the film.
- Maya Rudolph as Aunt Cass, Hiro and Tadashi’s aunt and guardian. She is obsessed with cooking new and strange dishes and is oblivious to Hiro's double life, as Hiro knows that she will “never let him out of the house” if he reveals this information.
- David Shaughnessy as Heathcliff, Fred's family butler, who assisted the team in their training efforts.
- Alan Tudyk as Alistair Krei, a pioneer entrepreneur and CEO of Krei Tech. He is revealed to know Big Hero 6's secret identities after they saved his life in the film.
Development and production
In March 2016, Disney announced that a Big Hero 6 television series was in development and premiered on Disney Channel in 2017. The series takes place immediately after the events of the film and is created by Kim Possible's Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley, and executive produced by McCorkle, Schooley and Nick Filippi. The show was reportedly pitched by McCorkle and Schooley shortly following the film's release.[unreliable source] Talking to Leonard Maltin for the podcast Maltin on Movies, Scott Adsit suggested an early 2018 release date.
In March 2016, it was revealed that Jamie Chung would reprise her role as Go Go, and that following November, it was revealed that most of the cast members from the film would reprise their roles, including Ryan Potter, Genesis Rodriguez, Scott Adsit, Alan Tudyk, and Maya Rudolph. Additionally, Khary Payton replaced Damon Wayans Jr. as Wasabi and Brooks Wheelan replaced T. J. Miller as Fred. On January 6, 2017, Disney Channel released an official teaser trailer for the series.
On March 14, 2017, it was renewed for a second season, ahead of the series premiere.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||22||November 20, 2017||October 13, 2018|
|2||TBA||May 6, 2019||TBA|
Season 1 (2017–18)
|Title ||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||US viewers|
|1||1||"Baymax Returns"[nb 1]||Stephen Heneveld, Ben Juwono||Written by : Sharon Flynn, Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Christopher Copeland, Monica Davila, Michael Fong, Stephanie Stine, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|November 20, 2017[nb 2]||1.11|
|After the events of Big Hero 6, Hiro discovers Baymax's personality chip and proceeds to rebuild his skeleton. Meanwhile, Fred tries to convince the reluctant group to return to crime fighting as the superhero team Big Hero 6. Elsewhere, Yama is hired by the mysterious Obake to steal an unusual paperweight from Professor Granville, the new dean at SFIT and Hiro's professor. Hiro rushes the rebuilding process and the skeleton malfunctions, escapes and is captured by Yama and his crew. Yama pressures Hiro to retrieve the paperweight in exchange for the skeleton. With Fred's help they get it, but Yama double crosses them. Wasabi, Go Go and Honey Lemon arrive and save them and retrieve the skeleton and paperweight, but Yama manages to create duplicates of the skeleton and sends them out to attack the city. Yama steals the paperweight which is revealed to have powerful magnetic energy that affects electric appliances including a train that Aunt Cass is riding on. The Big Hero 6 stop the train and Hiro tosses the paperweight into the sky where it safely explodes. The next day, Granville gives Hiro Tadashi's old lab, so he can have a familiar environment to work in, and he joins his friends in becoming the Big Hero 6 while Obake contemplates his next move.|
|2||2||"Issue 188"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Bill Motz & Bob Roth |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Ben Juwono, Max Lawson, Stephanie Stine
|June 9, 2018[nb 3]||0.65|
|Professor Granville sets Hiro up with Karmi, a student studying biology. Karmi despises Hiro for replacing her as the youngest student to join SFIT, yet ironically, she has a crush on Hiro's alter ego which she somehow cannot seem to recognize. Meanwhile, the Big Hero 6 take on Barb and Juniper, known collectively as the electricity and pop music powered mother-daughter duo High Voltage. In order to help, Fred has to visit his arch-nemesis, Richardson Mole who has in his possession issue 188 of Captain Fancy. In the end, Fred's mission turned out to be in regards to Hiro's identity not being noticed; Gogo takes out High Voltage easily regardless. Hiro realizes that Granville set him up with Karmi to help her become more social. Karmi gains some respect for Hiro, but now thinks that he "has it bad" for her.|
|3||3||"Big Roommates 2"||Kathleen Good||Written by : Jeff Poliquin |
Storyboard by : Aldina Dias, Kathleen Good, Jay Oliva, Kenji Ono, Alan Wan
|June 9, 2018[nb 4]||0.67|
|After accidentally freezing her apartment and roommate, Honey Lemon asks to stay at Go Go's place causing the latter to become annoyed at the former's positive personality. While moving in, a pathetic criminal named Dibs steals Honey's chem-purse. He soon discovers Alistair Krei's latest invention, a rip-off of Hiro's microbots transmitter, and tries to steal this too. An accident with both gizmos transform him into a glob monster, later dubbed Globby, and he begins to upset San Fransokyo. Honey refuses to believe that someone stole her purse, but upon meeting Globby becomes moody and downtrodden. When Big Hero 6 finally confront Globby, who had kidnapped Krei, Go Go convinces Honey to give positive advice to him and becomes happy again. However, Globby mistakes Honey's advice and decides to become a super villain instead.|
|4||4||"Fred's Bro-Tillion"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Stephen Heneveld, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|June 10, 2018[nb 5]||0.67|
|Fred is worried about his upcoming Bro-Tillion due to past mishaps involving his mother and billionaire rival Beverly Samantha "Binky" Mole whom Mrs. Frederickson keeps trying to impress. The gang help Fred get prepared and Hiro manages to get Aunt Cass to serve as a caterer after the other one cancels. During the celebration however, Mr. Frederickson's rival Baron Von Steamer arrives attempting to kidnap Fred as revenge from Mr. Frederickson's days as Boss Awesome. He kidnaps Wasabi instead, due to mistaking him for Fred, and the rest of the team end up contacting Mr. Frederickson for advice. They find Steamer's hideout and Fred uses what he has learned to defeat Steamer who escapes. Afterwards, they hold Fred's Bro-Tillion at Aunt Cass' diner and Mrs. Frederickson overcomes her insecurity about Binky.|
|5||5||"Food Fight"||Kathleen Good||Written by : Noelle Stevenson |
Storyboard by : Aldina Dias, Teny Issakhanian, Max Lawson, James W. Suhr, David VanTuyle
|June 10, 2018[nb 6]||0.73|
|Ninja-chef Momakase steals a gravity device from Krei. While the Big Hero 6 investigate, Hiro accidentally indicates that he is not studying to Cass who goes to Good Luck Alley to look for him. She finds herself at an underground cooking competition against her mean idol Bolton Gramercy and actually wins, taking his knives in the process, and becomes addicted to the competition. Meanwhile, Momakase's employer Yama, reveals that she only stole half of the gravity device. She steals the other half, but turns against Yama to sell the device on the Black Market. Hiro becomes concerned for Cass' late night runs and discovers her secret. Cass goes up against Momakase who begins to fight Big Hero 6 as well. Cass and Big Hero 6 become victorious and Bolton apologizes with Cass returning his knives from her now large collection.|
|6||6||"Muirahara Woods"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Monica Davila, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|June 16, 2018[nb 7]||0.62|
|Go Go heads off for some alone time which bothers Hiro, so he, Fred and Baymax decide to follow her. They discover that she goes to the Muirahara Woods to go bird watching, but they end up getting lost when all their technology including Baymax begin to malfunction. Hiro and Fred encounter Ned Ludd, a real estate developer who went missing after a magnetic meteorite, which he named Bessie, crashed in front of him. Taking it as a sign to turn from technology, he has lived in the woods since. After seeing Baymax, Ludd kidnaps him in an effort to throw him off a cliff. Go Go learns from Wasabi and Honey about Hiro and Fred's predicament and the three meet up with the two to help rescue Baymax. They manage to outsmart Ludd, who injures himself, and have Baymax fix him, though he angrily tells them to leave immediately.|
|7||7||"Failure Mode"||Kathleen Good||Written by : Kenny Byerly |
Storyboard by : Travis Blaise, Max Lawson, Matthew O'Callaghan, Kenji Ono, James W. Suhr
|June 23, 2018[nb 8]||0.67|
|Hiro is assigned a project by Granville that involves creating a structure that could withstand an earthquake. Due to procrastinating, Hiro fails and is humiliated. He is given another chance by Granville, but he considers giving up. Meanwhile, Globby returns with the intent of stealing a painting called "City Rises". The Big Hero 6 stop him at every turn, until Globby accidentally discovers that he can transform himself into any matter (e.g. water, acid, metal, chocolate etc.). Before fighting him again, Baymax shows Hiro a video of Tadashi almost giving up on creating him which surprises Hiro. The Big Hero 6 return to battle Globby, but this time, he actually makes off with the painting, though Hiro has learned to deal with failure and manages to improve his project. Globby delivers the painting to Obake who reveals a blueprint behind it.|
|8||8||"Aunt Cass Goes Out"||Stephen Heneveld||Story by : Joe Ansolabehere |
Teleplay by : Jeff Poliquin
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Monica Davila, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|June 30, 2018[nb 9]||0.64|
|Hiro, concerned about Cass finding out about his place in Big Hero 6, decides to set her up on a date with no success. Meanwhile, Krei introduces his new defense drone which Hiro points out could potentially be flawed due to some bugs. Dr. Mel Meyers, the creator of the drone, is upset over how Krei is using them and swears revenge. Krei and Cass end up meeting and decide to go out, much to Hiro's consternation. While Hiro spies on them, the rest of the team discover that when the drones get wet, they attack everyone regardless. Mel uses the drone technology to pose as Krei and get his plans back. The Big Hero 6 stop him, but the drones once again malfunction and attack with Mel running and putting Cass in danger. Hiro and Baymax defeat the drones and Krei has Mel arrested. Cass breaks up with Krei after seeing him for who he is.|
|9||9||"The Impatient Patient"||Kathleen Good||Written by : Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle |
Storyboard by : Monica Davila, Aldina Dias, Karen Guo, Teny Issakhanian, James W. Suhr
|July 7, 2018[nb 9]||0.64|
|The high octane black ops group, the Mad Jacks, attempt to steal a chip recently bought by Krei. Hiro and Baymax arrive to rescue him, but Hiro suddenly becomes sick. At the advice of his friends, he is forced to stay in bed while the rest go out on night patrol. Hiro sets out on his own, but is picked up by one of the Jacks and dropped into a dumpster, breaking his leg in the process. The Mad Jacks manage to get the chip from Krei and deliver it to their employer Obake. When the Big Hero 6 sans Hiro arrive, Obake has the Jacks hang onto it. Hiro quickly creates a robotic replica for him to control and they defeat the Jacks and get the chip back to Krei. This turns out to be part of Obake's plan, as Krei searches the chip to find nothing, but Obake gets information from Krei including the identity of Hiro Hamada.|
|10||10||"Mr. Sparkles Loses His Sparkle"||Kathleen Good||Written by : Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Aldina Dias, Max Lawson, Naomi Hicks, Kenji Ono, Teny Issakhanian, James W. Suhr
|July 14, 2018[nb 10]||0.62|
|Cass teaches Mochi to slow clap which quickly goes viral upsetting game show host Mr. Sparkles who quickly begins losing his audience. Meanwhile, Hiro tries to invent a new system for Big Hero 6 that will deliver their costumes by air, but his ideas seem to fail with Wasabi diagnosing that he has "inventor's block". Mr. Sparkles kidnaps Mochi and puts him in a new and deadly version of his game show stating that if anyone can beat it within the hour, Mochi will go free. Baymax protects Cass while Hiro tries to invent a new device and the rest of the team confront Mr. Sparkles. Eventually, Go Go overcomes the challenges, but Mr. Sparkles launches Mochi into space anyway. Hiro releases his new robot, Skymax, to rescue Mochi and use as the team's official costume delivery service. Mr. Sparkles celebrates his newfound infamy.|
|11||11||"Killer App"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Daniel Dominguez |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Michael Fong, Maria Nguyen
|July 21, 2018[nb 11]||0.68|
|Noodle Burger Boy, the robotic mascot of Noodle Burger, is kidnapped by Obake so he can use his prediction algorithm on Big Hero 6. Granville assigns Hiro and Wasabi with creating a machine that can clean up space debris, but with Hiro's messiness and Wasabi's need for order, the two have trouble working together. Concerned for Noodle Burger Boy, Fred convinces Go Go and Honey to help search for him and they end up fighting a reprogrammed version of him. They later learn from Krei that his designs were initially for military combat. While finishing up on their project, Baymax is kidnapped by Noodle Burger Boy. Overcoming their differences, Hiro and Wasabi trade suits and manage to defeat him, though he escapes. Noodle Burger Boy reveals his scans of Big Hero 6 to Obake so now he knows all of their identities.|
|12||12||"Small Hiro One"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Jenny Jaffe |
Storyboard by : David VanTuyle, Monica Davila, Young Ki Yoon
|July 28, 2018[nb 12]||0.56|
|Dr. Trevor Trengrove is giving a lecture at SFIT, but Hiro is not allowed in due to the age restrictions, forcing him as well as Fred and Baymax to listen to children's scientist Wendy Wower. Trengrove kicks out all of the students (Karmi included) except for Wasabi, Go Go and Honey and they begin creating defensive weaponry. Hiro ends up spotting Yama and rushes to tell his friends where it is revealed that Trengrove is a phony and Yama threatened him to upgrade his robot Mega Yama. The Big Hero 6 battle and defeat it and Yama escapes. Trengrove comes clean to Wendy, having stolen her thesis and based his career around it, and Wendy forgives him. Later while talking to Wendy, Hiro learns that Granville taught at SFIT years ago and finds a yearbook with her and a student presumed to be a young Obake.|
|13||13||"Kentucky Kaiju"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Karen Guo, Michael Fong, Trey Buongiorno
|August 4, 2018[nb 13]||0.62|
|Obake has Globby feed self-doubt into Hiro resulting in him creating Nano-Dex, a suit that gives him super strength. While useful at first, the suit causes problems for him at school and he cannot seem to remove it. Mr. Frederickson offers a heart to heart chat with Hiro, informing him that he needs to find another hidden strength. Meanwhile, Fred buys the original prop from the monster movie Kentucky Kaiju. Disappointed with its miniature size, he creates a giant "accurate" version which is quickly taken over by Noodle Burger Boy. Hiro, having overworked Nano-Dex and now is able to remove it, ends up having to defeat Kentucky Kaiju by himself and does so by tricking it into walking on a power line. He finds a data chip created by Obake and figures that someone is messing with him. Obake is pleased with Hiro's deductive capabilities.|
|14||14||"Rivalry Weak"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Han-Yee Ling |
Storyboard by : Monica Davila, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|August 11, 2018||0.62|
|Honey has been taking classes at San Fransokyo Art Institute and does not tell her friends. On Rivalry Week, both colleges attempt to prank one another frightening Honey. While Granville, Wasabi and Fred guard the cafe, Hiro, Baymax, Honey and Go Go break into SFAI and encounter a secret lab owned by founder Lenore Shimamoto. Honey takes her journal and reads some of it (though some of the pages are blank), but Obake, posing as a curator, tricks her into giving it to him. The Big Hero 6 locate the journal and find Obake who traps them in recreated rooms with tests. The team beat them and Obake flees, leaving the journal behind. The group reveal to Honey that they knew all along that she took SFAI classes and that they do not care. Obake examines the scanned journal and finds hidden formulas on the blank pages.|
|15||15||"Fan Friction"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Jenny Jaffe |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Michael Fong, Karen Guo
|August 18, 2018||0.55|
|Obake breaks Momakase out of prison. Meanwhile, Karmi begins writing fan fiction about herself and the Big Hero 6 which everyone at SFIT, except Hiro, seems to enjoy. When the Big Hero 6 take on Momakase, Go Go tries out one of Karmi's suggested moves and finds out that it works. Soon, Wasabi, Honey and Fred follow up as well while Hiro cannot seem to accept any of the ideas due to being embarrassed by Karmi's crush on his alter ego. Eventually, Momakase discovers the stories and kidnaps Karmi and has her held on Krei's old laboratory on Akuma Island. The Big Hero 6 arrive, but are all captured just as the island's structure is to be disintegrated. Hiro reveals that he followed up on Karmi's story and gives Baymax an overdrive mode and they all escape. Hiro thanks Karmi and allows her to continue writing her stories.|
|16||16||"Mini-Max"||Kathleen Good, Kenji Ono||Written by : Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Teny Issakhanian, Ben Juwono, Max Lawson, James W. Suhr
|August 25, 2018||0.59|
|Due to Fred's inability to fight crime by himself without causing damage, Hiro comes up with Mini-Max, a miniature "sidekick" to babysit Fred while the rest of the team are in class. Mini-Max ends up being successful, but Fred begins to over-rely on him. Meanwhile, Hiro begins following Granville when he becomes suspicious of her past. He visits a remorseful Callaghan in prison who reveals that Granville was involved in an accident at SFIT many years ago. Hiro runs into Granville at night and she shows him her new security system which is taken over by Obake. Granville explains that she had a student whom she trusted too much and he ended up in an accident that she took the blame for. Fred and Mini-Max come and rescue the two with Fred tricking the system into destroying itself. Afterwards, Hiro and Granville begin trusting each other more.|
|17||17||"Big Hero 7"||Kenji Ono||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Ben Juwono, Sung Shing, Zane Yarbrough, Vince Aporo, Trey Buongiorno, Karen Guo, Miyuki Hoshikawa
|September 8, 2018||0.51|
|Barb and Juniper, who are upset with each other, each steal a Krei battery so that they can each look for the orb that powers them. Meanwhile, Mole gets on Fred's nerves when he steals his idea for a superhero museum and carries a fake signed photo from "Lizard Guy", resulting in Fred revealing that he is Fredzilla and part of Big Hero 6. Having no concern for their safety, Mole blackmails them with personal favors until he decides to become a member as well with a small red variant of Fred's suit. Barb and Juniper discover that the orb was taken out of the police archive and is in Mole's possession and head to his comic book store where they make up. Go Go and Fred defeat them with the latter rescuing a semi-grateful Mole. When he tries taking the orb for himself, he is electrocuted and forgets their identities.|
|18||18||"Big Problem"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Jenny Jaffe |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Johnny Castuciano, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|September 15, 2018||0.45|
|Fred is attacked by a creature that quotes Shakespeare's The Tempest. Meanwhile, billionaire Liv Amara arrives at SFIT to see Baymax, but upon learning that Hiro did not build him, she instead takes an interest in Karmi's extra-dermal nano-receptors making Hiro jealous. The creature then attacks Krei industries as he gives a similar account and connect it to Orso Knox, another scientist who was supposed to visit Fred and Krei. They soon realize that they are both the same and that he plans to attack Amara; the team creates extra titanium variants of their suits and attend Amara's gala where they battle Knox. Just as Knox is about to attack Amara, Karmi uses her invention to defeat him. Amara plans to fund Karmi's project, but compliments the Big Hero 6's uniforms for being unique and Hiro learns to deal with Karmi's success.|
|19||19||"Steamer's Revenge"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Karen Guo, Annie Jingyi Li, Stephanie Stine
|September 22, 2018||0.56|
|As the gang get ready for Wasabi's birthday, Hiro gets the idea to finally fish Wasabi's car out of the lake, all the while Obake watches from the shadows. Meanwhile, Fred feels down about not living up to his father's expectations after a statue of Boss Awesome is erected. Go Go and Honey Lemon update and fix Wasabi car, but suddenly get a message from Baron Von Steamer who plans another attack unless Boss Awesome comes. With Mr. Frederickson's help, Fred poses as Boss Awesome in an attempt to get at Steamer. Obake uses his radio frequency device to help the Big Hero 6 realize that the Boss Awesome statue is really Steamer's new machine and the Big Hero 6, along with Wasabi's new car, successfully destroy it and arrest Steamer. The Big Hero 6 realize that Obake wanted something in the water as he turns the H2O into D2O.|
|20||20||"The Bot Fighter"||Kenji Ono||Written by : Han-Yee Ling |
Storyboard by : Drew Applegate, Sung Shing, Zane Yarbrough
|September 29, 2018||0.52|
|Various battle robots have started robbing banks throughout San Fransokyo. With many innocents getting arrested, the Big Hero 6 immediately deduce that Yama is behind it. Hiro decides to return to the bot fighting ring to find evidence only to run into Trina, a young bot fighter who Hiro helps and gains a crush on. The rest of the team grow concerned for Hiro's safety and the mission is jeopardized when Hiro gets arrested again and grounded by Cass. He manages to sneak back out and this time makes it to the finals, beating Yama. However, the team learn that Yama has an alibi and Hiro realizes that Trina is behind the thefts. They defeat her robot while she runs away and Hiro thanks his friends for sticking with him. Trina returns to her "father" Obake and it is revealed that Trina is in fact a robot trying to get info on Hiro.|
|21||21||"Obake Yashiki"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Monica Davila, David VanTuyle, Young Ki Yoon
|October 6, 2018||0.46|
|On Halloween Night, the gang goes to a haunted house, where they are sprayed with a gas that unknowingly places digital imaging lenses onto their eyes. Later the Big Hero 6 set out to stop Noodle Burger Boy's latest crime, but Hiro gets distracted after seeing Tadashi alive and roaming the city at night. He eventually meets his "brother" in the haunted house where he is overjoyed to see him again at first, but soon realizes that this just an illusion created by Obake, caused by the lenses which turns their fears into reality. As the rest of the team face their worst fears, Noodle Burger Boy steals a high-powered magnet from SFIT. After the events, Hiro and his friends regroup and wonder how Obake knows them so well, while Noodle Burger Boy delivers the magnet to Obake, so he can use it for the machine he is building.|
|22||22||"Countdown to Catastrophe"[nb 14]||Stephen Heneveld, Ben Juwono, Kenji Ono||Written by : Sharon Flynn, Paiman Kalayeh, Han-Yee Ling, Jeff Poliquin |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Johnny Castuciano, Karen Guo, Chris Jimenez, Diana Kidlaied, Larry Leker, Mike Tisserand, David VanTuyle, Zane Yarbrough, Young Ki Yoon
|October 13, 2018||0.51|
|After stopping Globby from stealing a piece of Krei Tech, Hiro learns from Krei that it was a broken piece from a failed energy amplifier. Inspired, Hiro decides to focus on recreating it for open house finals, only to be turned down by a visibly distraught Granville. He nevertheless continues with it, causing him to ignore his friends. Honey tries to do a project on Shimamoto, so she and Wasabi break into her secret lab and find an old wax filter. Fred concocts a plan to capture Globby by presenting a fake amplifier, but he arrives with Noodle Burger Boy who unknowingly tampers with Baymax due to Hiro arriving late. At the open house, Honey plays Shimamoto's message and she reveals herself to be the cause of the "great disaster" in the past. Obake (whose real name is Bob Aken) reveals himself to Granville and has Noodle Burger Boy, Globby and Momakase attack the open house so he can steal Hiro's amplifier. Afterwards, Granville (who is aware of Big Hero 6's identities) explains how she knows Obake. The tampered Baymax kidnaps Hiro and takes him to Obake who reveals his plan to create a star to destroy San Fransokyo so that he can rebuild it with Hiro as his student. Globby has a change of heart and frees Hiro and they unite with the rest to stop the impending destruction. Honey and Globby brace the flood while Go Go and Wasabi protect the civilians and fight Momakase. Hiro, Fred and Mini-Max then use Kentucky Kaiju to create a powerful wave that disrupts the star and causes Obake's lair to crumble. Obake frees Baymax and sends him to rescue Hiro while he resigns himself to his fate. Granville decides to pass Hiro for his heroic deeds and he admits that he is unsure if Obake survived.|
Season 2 (2019)
Bob Schooley revealed that unlike season one, season two would be split into two story arcs with the first one titled City of Monsters.
|Title ||Directed by||Written by||Original air date ||US viewers|
|City of Monsters|
|23||1||"Internabout"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Jenny Jaffe |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Johnny Castuciano, David VanTuyle, Adam Van Wyk, Ae Ri Yoon
|May 6, 2019||0.21|
|Noodle Burger Boy and Trina return with the former malfunctioning and looking for "home" while the latter proceeds to give herself an upgraded robot body. Meanwhile, Hiro is jealous of Karmi's internship at Sycorax where she has her own lab. To compete with her, he interns at Krei Tech, but Krei has him do demeaning jobs such as getting him coffee and his dry cleaning. The team go looking for Noodle Burger Boy and fight him where they discover that "home" is in fact Krei Tech, the place where he was built. Noodle Burger Boy kidnaps Krei, Baymax and Hiro and forces the latter to fix him. Trina arrives to prevent Hiro from saving Baymax and Krei, but Hiro uses a new magnet disk to defeat the villains who escape. Afterwards, Krei offers an actual internship to Hiro complete with his own lab which he has to take because he signed a contract.|
|24||2||"Seventh Wheel"||Kenji Ono||Written by : Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Steve Hirt, Kenji Ono, Mike Tisserand
|May 7, 2019||0.28|
|Momakase makes a secretive deal with Amara that involves getting some kind of implant. Later, Momakase robs Fred's house of a truffle. Granville begins offering advise to the team that proves to be somewhat helpful, but over time begins to annoy them when she starts to intrude on their work. The group suggests Hiro confront her about it, but he refuses to be rebellious this semester. While trying to catch Momakase, she damages Baymax and the group must go without him to capture Momakase at an exclusive dinner being attended by Amara, Krei and numerous others. The team is locked in a pantry causing Granville to realize her mistakes. She fixes Baymax and they rescue the team from an upgraded Momakase. Granville apologizes for her intrusions to Hiro while Momakase escapes after revealing an animalistic appearance.|
|25||3||"Prey Date"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Han-Yee Ling |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Karen Guo, Paulene Phouybanhdyt
|May 8, 2019||0.24|
|Amara visits the Frederickson residence where Hiro asks her how Knox is doing. After giving a vague answer, Hiro begins to suspect that something is wrong. He, Fred and Baymax visit Sycorax and convince Karmi to check on Knox's condition. When Amara diverts her, she becomes suspicious and the four break into the lower level lab where Karmi realizes that she can cure Knox. Amara arrives and takes Fred away, but Knox is set loose, locking down the whole building. Fred calls the rest of the team just when Knox kidnaps Hiro. Later, Hiro realizes that Knox is still docile and chases him into the sewers, just as the rest of Big Hero 6 does as well. They rescue Knox and return him with Karmi hinting that she does have some concern for Hiro towards "Captain Cutie". A newly cured Knox is revealed to be threatened by Amara who can change him back.|
|26||4||"Something's Fishy"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Johnny Castuciano, David VanTuyle, Ae Ri Yoon
|May 9, 2019||0.33|
|While testing out Fred's new chameleon suit, Hiro is informed by Cass that she has set up a date with a girl named Megan Cruz. Megan and Hiro hit it off, especially due to her being "normal", something Hiro actually envies. She sympathetically invites him to her dance which he happily accepts. Meanwhile, Amara breaks High Voltage out of prison. The two want to go straight, but she threatens them and gives them electric eel implants allowing them to use electricity powers without their orb and begin developing voracious appetites. They crash the dance that Hiro and Megan are attending. When Big Hero 6 arrive, they once again plan to go straight, but mutate further and reaffirm their villainy. They fight, but High Voltage flees back to Amara, now fully mutated as eels. Megan's father turns out to be the chief of police and dislikes superheroes.|
|27||5||"Nega-Globby"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Karen Guo, Paulene Phouybanhdyt
|May 10, 2019||0.28|
|Globby wants to go back to being Dibs when he realizes that it is difficult to get a job. Honey Lemon gleefully asks Granville to use one of the labs which is overheard by Amara. Honey Lemon has Karmi help her develop a serum, but in the middle of the night, Chris, Amara's assistant steals a sample of Globby. The gang run the serum on Globby and he successfully turns back into Dibs. While happy at first, he reveals to Felony Carl that he misses having powers. Amara begins doing tests on the sample and creates an angry evil being, later dubbed Nega-Globby. Amara allows it to escape where it comes in contact with Big Hero 6. Dibs, realizing they need help, recreates his accident and becomes Globby again, devouring Nega-Globby. Globby finally gets love and attention from citizens, but Nega-Globby is still alive inside of him.|
|28||6||"The Fate of the Roommates"||Kenji Ono||Story by : Jeff Poliquin |
Teleplay by : Paiman Kalayeh
Storyboard by : Steve Hirt, Wynton Redmond, Sam Szymanski
|May 13, 2019||0.39|
|A trio of futuristic street racers appear in San Fransokyo. Meanwhile, Go Go is getting tired of Honey's intrusions in their apartment. Honey later tells her that she can finally move back into her dorm which surprisingly affects Go Go. Baymax tries to get her to open up to Honey, but she has trouble being honest about her emotions. The gang learn that the street cars are all remote controlled by rich racers in a challenge set up by Mr. Sparkles, who has teamed up with Yama. Felony Carl gives up the information and Fred's butler, Heathcliff, poses as a wealthy socialite so that he can join the racing challenge. The Big Hero 6 discover that Mr. Sparkles has tricked Yama and despite Heathcliff and Go Go's efforts, Mr. Sparkles escapes. Go Go finally tells Honey she does not want her to leave and she stays. Mr. Sparkles meets with Amara about upgrades.|
|29||7||"Muira-Horror!"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Jenny Jaffe |
Storyboard by : Johnny Castuciano, David VanTuyle, Ae Ri Yoon
|May 14, 2019||0.38|
|Krei successfully purchases the Muirahara woods from under Amara. Hiro mentions that technology does not work due to Bessie, the meteor and that it is owned by Ludd, an old friend of Krei's. Amara and her assistant Chris, steal Bessie and give Ludd a patch that slowly transforms him into the Hibagon. Hiro, Krei and Go Go return to talk to Ludd, but end up getting chased by his monstrous form. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang watch over the café until Mochi sneaks out forcing Fred, Baymax and Minimax to go get him. Krei demonstrates his wilderness skills and gets Hiro, Go Go and himself out, but Ludd follows them. They fight on the bridge until Mochi attacks Ludd and removes the patch which Hiro finds. Krei decides to keep the Muirahara woods exactly as it is and Hiro and Go Go return Ludd while Amara and Chris work on Bessie.|
|30||8||"Something Fluffy"||Kenji Ono||Written by : Han-Yee Ling |
Storyboard by : Steve Hirt, Ben Juwono, Wynton Redmond, Mike Tisserand
|May 15, 2019||0.27|
|Hiro confronts Amara at a Q&A about the recent rise in monsters. Later, Amara creates numerous small creatures called Mayoi and anonymously releases them all over San Fransokyo. The creatures become a hit with everyone, minus Hiro, who deduces that they are a plot by Amara. The Mayoi begin growing bigger and the gang take theirs to Karmi who reveals that they are plant based and growing naturally. Soon, the Mayoi become large monsters and Big Hero 6 try to corral them. Mr. Sparkles appears and claims that he was the one behind the recent monsters and takes control of the giant Mayoi. Amara arrives with Karmi and Chris and "aid" Big Hero 6 in defeating the Mayoi while Mr. Sparkles escapes. Amara is hailed a hero, causing suspicion from Big Hero 6. Amara goes into her lab where she has an individual kept in some kind of stasis.|
|31||9||"Supersonic Sue"||Ben Juwono||Written by : Paiman Kalayeh |
Storyboard by : Karen Guo, Paulene Phouybanhdyt, Trey Buongiorno
|May 16, 2019||0.31|
Big Hero 6 encounter Supersonic Sue, a roller skating speedster villain. They contact Mr. Frederickson who reveals that she was in fact one of the many villains he faced. Meanwhile, Fred attends a Noodle Burger taste testing and runs into Mole and they discover that they have a lot more in common than they realize. The gang visit Steamer in prison, but he is broken out and kidnapped by Sue who convinces him to team up with her despite their rivalry. Mole's friendship with Fred turns out to be a ruse as he steals his Captain Fancy underpants for his own collection. Nevertheless, Fred aids the rest of the team into fighting an overpowered Steamer and Sue, but get unexpected help Mr. Frederickson as Boss Awesome. He does away with the villains and Fred lets Mole keep the underpants after realizing that he does not have any friends.|
Note: This episode is dedicated to Stan Lee (the voice of Fred's dad), who died months before the season premiere.
|32||10||"Lie Detector"||Stephen Heneveld||Written by : Sharon Flynn |
Storyboard by : Trey Buongiorno, Johnny Castuciano, Ben Juwono, David VanTuyle, Ae Ri Yoon
|May 17, 2019||0.25|
|While playing two truths and a lie, the gang learn that Baymax has a built in lie detector. Hiro amplifies this ability so that he can see if Amara is lying, but it creates an annoying beep sound for lying that begins irritating everyone. Hiro learns that Amara needs gold, which Mr. Sparkles and High Voltage are stealing at the moment. While Hiro, Baymax and Go Go prevent the theft, the villains manage to escape. Hiro directly asks Amara if "Liv Amara is creating the monsters". She answers "Liv Amara is NOT creating the monsters" which turns out to be true. Amara gets annoyed at Big Hero 6 and she creates a Bessie/Bear hybrid creature to rob the bank of its gold. Big Hero 6 arrive and fight the creature, but they are unable to beat it and it flees with the gold. Amara returns to the Sycorax lab where the person in cryo-stasis is another Amara showing vitals.|
|Online shorts||Episodes||Originally aired|
|First aired||Last aired|
|Baymax and||6||May 31, 2018||June 20, 2018|
|Baymax Dreams||3||September 15, 2018|
|Big Chibi 6 The Shorts||12||November 6, 2018||April 23, 2019|
|Baymax & Mochi||3||May 6, 2019||TBA|
A series of short-form episodes began airing on the Disney Channel YouTube channel on May 31, 2018 though they premiered in Europe a year earlier.
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Baymax and Fred"||May 31, 2018[nb 15]|
|Fred tries to create an alter ego for Baymax, with increasingly ridiculous results.|
|2||"Baymax and Go Go"||June 1, 2018[nb 16]|
|Go Go tries to teach Baymax how to roller-skate which somehow escalates into a downhill chase.|
|3||"Baymax and Wasabi"||June 6, 2018[nb 17]|
|Wasabi tries to get Baymax into yoga, but things end up becoming stressful for the former.|
|4||"Baymax and Hiro"||June 14, 2018[nb 18]|
|Hiro gives Baymax a battery boost chip. However, the chip also makes Baymax hyperactive.|
|5||"Baymax and Mochi"||June 18, 2018[nb 19]|
|Aunt Cass asks Baymax to look after Mochi while she is out and soon things get messy.|
|6||"Baymax and Honey Lemon"||June 20, 2018[nb 20]|
|Honey Lemon tries to get Baymax into tennis though his large, slow body ends up being an issue.|
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Baymax Dreams of Too Many Baymaxes"||September 15, 2018|
|Baymax has a personality malfunction, so Hiro creates a chip that will bring them all together: Calm, Drunk, Hyperactively Smart, Heroic and Giant Monster.|
|2||"Baymax Dreams of Evil Sheep"||September 15, 2018|
|Hiro creates a chip that will clear out the junk data in Baymax. However, the program mistakes Baymax's memories of Hiro as junk forcing Baymax to act.|
|3||"Baymax Dreams of Bed Bugs"||September 15, 2018|
|Baymax has a bug that prevents charging, so Hiro creates a chip that will fix Baymax. The bugs manifest themselves and Baymax and Hiro have to fight them.|
Big Chibi 6 The Shorts
In early November 2018, Disney Channel started airing 12 Big Chibi 6 The Shorts which is loosely based on the opening segment from the episode "Fan Friction". This series depicts the cast of Big Hero 6 in comical chibi-fied situations (a lá Teen Titans Go!).
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Making Popcorn"||November 6, 2018|
|Go Go helps Fred make popcorn for movie night.|
|2||"Mochi No!"||November 13, 2018|
|Fred babysits Mochi who ends up causing trouble for him and Wasabi in SFIT labs.|
|3||"Save Mochi"||November 20, 2018|
|The gang try to get Mochi out of a woodpecker owned tree.|
|4||"Noodle Song"||November 20, 2018|
|The gang perform the Noodle Burger song with Noodle Burger Boy.|
|5||"Snoring"||November 27, 2018|
|Go Go and the gang try to get Honey Lemon to stop snoring.|
|6||"Gumball Trouble"||February 5, 2019|
|Go Go mistakes one of Honey Lemon's new mini chem-balls for gum and blows up like a balloon.|
|7||"Love Letters"||February 12, 2019|
|Parodying Pucca, Karmi chases Captain Cutie around San Fransokyo to give him a love letter.|
|8||"Super Charged"||February 19, 2019|
|When Noodle Burger Boy prepares his ultimate move, the Big Hero 6 try to prepare theirs.|
|9||"Low Battery"||April 2, 2019|
|The Big Hero 6 try to get Baymax into his loading dock, but he keeps getting distracted.|
|10||"Road Trip"||April 9, 2019|
|During a road trip, Wasabi wonders what everyone is dreaming about.|
|11||"Super Driver"||April 16, 2019|
|Wasabi becomes a Super driver to earn cash, but his clients are all villains.|
|12||"Brunch Rush"||April 23, 2019|
|The Big Hero 6 serve up some brunch for their rogues gallery at the café.|
Baymax & Mochi
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Flowers and Butterflies"||May 6, 2019|
|While Mochi begins knocking plants over, Baymax tries to catch them and attracts butterflies.|
|2||"Mochi and his Toy"||May 14, 2019|
|When Mochi's favorite toy gets stuck over a wall, Baymax tries to get it down for him.|
|3||"Messy Room"||May 21, 2019|
|Baymax tries to clean Hiro's room, but Mochi is not making it easy.|
|Season||Episodes||Release dates||Special features|
|1||22||Volume 1: Back in Action: June 26, 2018
Episodes: 1 ("Baymax Returns") – 7 ("Failure Mode")
|Back in Action:|
All six "Baymax and" shorts
|Season||Episodes||First aired||Last aired||Avg. viewers|
|1||22||November 20, 2017||1.11||October 13, 2018||0.51||0.62|
|2||10||May 6, 2019||0.21||TBA||TBD||0.29|
The series formally premieres with two new episodes on Disney Channel on June 9, 2018, followed by two more new episodes on June 10, 2018, with weekly premieres every Saturday through September starting on June 16, 2018 with episodes airing at 7 a.m. starting on September 8.
Starting on May 6, episodes of the second season will air on weekdays at 3:30.
Awards and nominations
|2018||Annie Award||Outstanding Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Television / Broadcast Production||Mark Taihei, Ben Plouffe, Chris Whittier, Sylvia Filcak, Amy Chen||Nominated|||
|70th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards||Outstanding Animated Program||"Baymax Returns"||Nominated|
|2019||46th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sound Editing for an Animated Program||Robert Poole II, Robbi Smith, David Bonilla, Rich Danhakl and J Lampinen||Nominated|
|Annie Award||Outstanding Editorial team in an Animated Television / Broadcast Production||Charles Jones, Joe Molinari, Dao Le, Vartan Nazarian, David Vazquez||Won|||
Comic book series
A comic book series based on Big Hero 6: The Series was announced to be published by IDW Publishing, making it one of the few times Marvel Comics has allowed another comic book company use their characters. The comic book series was initially titled after the film and set to be released in July 2018 from Hannah Blumenreich (writer) and Nicoletta Baldari (artist). However, the release kept getting pushed back. Since then, the comic has been retitled after the show and was released in April 2019 with Blumenreich and Baldari still attached.
- This episode is a one-hour special.
- This episode premiered on Disney XD and Disney Channel simultaneously.
- Beginning with this episode, new episodes will premiere on Disney Channel instead of Disney XD. Also, this episode was first released on Disney Channel UK's YouTube account on February 16, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Australia on March 17, 2018.
- This episode premiered in the United Kingdom on March 1, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Australia on March 24, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Australia on March 31, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Australia on April 7, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Germany on April 9, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Germany on April 13, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Australia on May 5, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Spain on June 22, 2018.
- This episode premiered in Latin America on July 15, 2018.
- This episode is an hour and a half special.
- This short premiered in Sweden on November 24, 2017.
- This short premiered in Sweden on January 11, 2018.
- This short premiered in Sweden on January 18, 2018.
- This short premiered in Swedon on February 1, 2018.
- This short premiered in the United Kingdom on January 13, 2018.
- This short premiered in the United Kingdom on January 8, 2018.
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