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Just Add Magic, Season 2 will Premiere January 13, 2017!

Just Add Magic is a live-action family television series, loosely based on the book of the same name by Cindy Callaghan, it's produced by Amazon Studios. A pilot was produced in 2015 and the series commissioned for a full season the following year. Amazon renewed the series for a second season in June 2016 after it "set a record as the most successful Amazon Original Kids premiere weekend in terms of U.S. Prime Video streams and hours! The show is magical, it's a rarity to see such a wholesome show about, friendship, family, bonding and trusting one another. The girls are truly unique, full of life and real friends which makes their bond on screen unwavering.

The premise of Just Add Magic is amateur preteen chefs Kelly, Darbie, and Hannah, discover an ancient recipe book while searching for Kelly's brother in the attic. The recipes they find inside have strange names like "Shut'em Up Shortcake" and "Healing Hazelnut Tart" and require unusual ingredients, such as "Cedronian vanilla" and "Taurian thyme". When Kelly's brother eats a bite of the shortcake and can no longer talk, the three friends realize they are dealing with magic spells. After Darbie cannot stop talking, they also realize the spells come with a consequence.

Kelly, Darbie, and Hannah investigate how the magical recipes work and face the temptations of using magic to help overcome the everyday challenges of being middle school girls. But Kelly has one overriding goal: Find the magical recipe that will fix her grandmother's mysterious illness, even if it means crossing creepy Mamma P or scary Ms. Silvers.

Season 2 will Premiere January 13, 2017! The setting, Kelly, Hannah and Darbie’s Last-Ditch Layer Cake broke every spell in town which brought Grandma Quinn back to her normal self, however it also brought back an old enemy... Chuck Hankins, a teenage boy who has been missing for 50 years. As the girls begin to investigate Chuck they learn that he isn’t just an ordinary troublemaker, in fact, he's capable of much more than they could ever imagine.

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