National Geographic has renewed natural history series A REAL BUG’S LIFE for a second season. Narrated by actress Awkwafina and produced by Plimsoll Productions, the series will take viewers on five new trips around the world to get up close and personal with insects and their moving stories. The new season will come to Disney+ this fall.

Inspired by the World of Disney and Pixar’s A Bug’s Life, the new season will feature an all-new cast of insects including femme fatale firefly, bachelor luna moth, a real-life assassin bug, the botany bay weevil and other incredible tiny heroes living on our planet. The five-episode season of A REAL BUG’S LIFE will continue to tell the tales of love, perseverance and triumphs in their very own microworlds.

Using the latest camera technology, scientific revelation and an incredible score, audiences will crawl, fly and jump alongside bugs, experiencing new locations. With new microscopic terrains to explore, A REAL BUG’S LIFE will build off the first season, uncovering epic tales, mind-boggling facts and never-before-seen insect behavior.

This new season will include the episode THE MAKING OF… A FLY ON THE WALL, pulling back the curtain on the team of innovative scientists, filmmakers and bug experts as they share the process of bringing the tiniest creatures on earth to the big screen. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how the crew used cutting-edge technology and cameras to capture the bugs in their natural mini-habitats.

Step into the spellbinding world of bugs with the following episodes:

A REAL BUG’S LIFE is produced by Plimsoll Productions for National Geographic. Martha Holmes, Grant Mansfield and Tom Hugh-Jones are executive producers for Plimsoll. For National Geographic, Justine Schmidt and Pamela Caragol serve as executive producers.