Crikey! It’s the Irwins Season 2: Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot & News

Crikey! It’s the Irwins is an American-Australian documentary reality television series that premiered on 28th October 2018 on Animal Planet. On 24th January 2019, presenter Robert Irwin stated on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that the second season had been renewed. Starring Bindi Irwin, Terri Irwin and Robert Irwin, this series was filmed on various locations of Beerwah, Queensland, Australia. It is executive produced by Paul Franklin, Chris Culvenor, Wes Dening as well as Rod Parker and produced by Eureka Productions and aired on the original network of Animal Planet.

“Working with animals, you’ll inevitably get the odd bite,” Robert Irwin says. “But I’ve never had anything crazy. The close calls are an adrenaline rush!” “I promise to do my best to make you proud and ensure your legacy lives on forever,” Bindi Irwin wrote on Instagram. “A new chapter in our lives has begun as we embark on this journey with @animalplanet. There is so much on the horizon. We can’t wait to share our story as a family.”

Crikey! It’s the Irwins Cast: Who is in it?

The main cast comprises of Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin and Robert Irwin. We can expect the trio to remain in all its upcoming episodes. Terri who lives adjacent to the tiger enclosure with her children is more cautious and protective of her children. “Any time your kids are doing anything amazing yet somewhat dangerous, you hold your breath,” Terri said. “I’m not going to point you in the direction of something. I’ll take you there. At the zoo, people are surprised that we’re happy to take time with them. Sometimes it takes an hour to walk to my office, but it’s worthwhile — and really cool.”

Crikey! It’s the Irwins Plot: What is it about?

The series centres around the family of a former Australian zookeeper as well as a conservationist, Steve Irwin. He was known as “The Crocodile Hunter” while he was still alive. The family of Steve Irwin resides and works daily at the Australia Zoo. The series films the Irwin family daily who have decided to take care of all the zoo animals and their families. Balancing both is not as easy as it seems. They have to cross every obstacle and face many challenges to follow in their ancestors’ footsteps. The camera also films their struggles that crop up while taking care of the animals who need 24/7 protection.

Steve’s son Robert wants to continue his father’s legacy. He arrives at the zoo to feed a croc named Graham. At the zoo, they deal with different animals differently. It is a new day at the zoo every day. There is a lot happening in the series.

Robert has taken tough training under Steve Irwin’s best friend named Wes to handle Graham who is a huge crocodile at the Zoo’s popular Crocoseum. The Irwin family prepare sedatives for Hunter, a blind Sumatran tiger who has to be taken for his annual eye check-up. The zookeepers take Scarlett, a young giraffe for a road trip and to reunite with her family and kind in South Australia.

The Irwin family gets ready to travel in Croc One which was Steve Irwin’s research ship for a new mission. They decide to release a sea turtle back to his real home to save this endangered species. Scarlett finally reunites with her grandmother giraffe. Hospital days are over for a wild echidna named Grub who was kept under the check of the doctors in the Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital. Robert gets into a deadly fight with Utah, a venomous 12-foot king cobra. Dr Amber heads to Tandora to take care of wild koalas.

Coming back at the zoo, Bruce who is an Australian brolga still suffers from his past wounds. He has been under the family’s care for more than 20 years. In the fifth episode, Roberts make sure to take the Australia Zoo’s alligator snapping turtles for a checkup whereas Bindi and Terri invite seven new lemurs from the United States into their zoo. On the other hand, the keepers send a rescue team to save possums that were caught in a chimney.

In another episode, the Irwin family go on a family adventure to South Africa. Bindi learns new ways of the Black Mambas anti-poaching squad whereas Terri rescues a wild leopard. The Irwin family then welcome a new baby giraffe given birth by Rosie. Robert runs into a wild python that has entered another animal’s territory. Terri helps the zookeepers catch Chief, a Tasmanian devil. In another episode, Robert decides to raise Melman, a kangaroo all by himself. Sophie, the baby giraffe, takes her baby steps with the help of Bindi. Terri visits Ravi, the Red Panda and decides to take him for a health check-up. Terri welcomes a new cheetah cub from South Africa to their zoo and names it Mballa. Bindi meets Bert the Koala Joey who is out for the first time from his mother’s pouch.

Crikey! It’s the Irwins Season 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?

Crikey! It’s the Irwins is a wonderful series! Fans loved how the Irwin family took care of the animals. Terri’s children are mature and determined about following in their father’s footsteps. The audience has witnessed the hard work of the family and is rooting for them. They will be delighted to know that the show is returning.

“We’ve actually got some really cool news,” 15-year old Robert Irwin told host Jimmy Fallon. “Crikey! It’s the Irwins — it’s official — Season 2 is happening.” We don’t have the exact renewal date, but we will update this section as soon as we know about it.

Crikey! It’s the Irwins Season 2 Trailer:

Enjoy the short trailer of Crikey! It’s the Irwins season 1 below until a trailer for season 2 is released.

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