Big Hero 6 : Brooks Wheelan and Khary Payton to Lend Their Voices to the Characters of the Series

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Big Hero 6 TV Series: The curiosity buds of the fans were tickled right after the makers of Big Hero 6 came up with a news of delivering a TV series based on the animated film. And since then the viewers have been looking forward to get an insight into the happenings of Big Hero 6 TV Series. And now the fans just cannot hold their patience for too long as most of the actors from Big Hero 6 will be lending their voices to the characters of the animated tv series.

According to a recent report by Geek, Ryan Potter who gained immense recognition for voicing the character of Hiro Hamada will once again lend his voice to the same character. Therefore, the fans can expect that the potency level of Big Hero 6 will remain intact in the tv series as well. Nevertheless, Khary Payton and Brooks Wheelan will be replacing Damon Wayans and T.J. Miller who had lent their voices to the characters Wasabi and Fred in Big Hero 6. 

The same report also states that Scott Adsit will once again voice the popular character of Big Hero 6 Baymax. Nevertheless, the fans have another reason to beam with joy as Genesis Rodriguez along with Jamie Chung will also return to lend their voices to Honey Lemon and Go Go Tomago.

Therefore, it seems that the fans have a lot to look forward to the happenings of Big Hero TV series which will make its grand premiere on Disney XD in 2017.

The viewers highly appreciated the plot line of Big Hero 6 as it depicted how a plus-sized robot called Baymax gels with a prodigy hero Hiro Hamada. And the most intriguing part of the film was how both of them from a group of high tech heroes which is eventually known as Big Hero 6.

And now the fans are expecting Big Hero 6 tv series to do utmost justice to the storyline of the animated film.

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