ByMatthew Chapman, writer at Creators.co
Male. Australian. Nerd. Twitter: shuey1984
Matthew Chapman

On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain? The answer's about to be "zero", because Big Hero 6 is returning to our screens!

Image: Disney
Image: Disney

Big Hero 6 is the 2014 hit movie from #Disney that raked in a massive $56,215,889 on its opening weekend — soon, we will be taken back to San Fransokyo, as Big Hero 6 is being developed into a #TV series for Disney XD! Hiro, Baymax and the team will be returning to our television sets in 2D form. There's no word yet on how may episodes we will get, but the series is set to premiere in 2017.

Let's take a look at who will be returning, and the actors behind the voices we loved so much.

Ryan Potter

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Image: Disney

Who do they play? Ryan plays the 14-year-old wiz kid Hiro Hamada. At night, he battled robots in underground bot fights before his brother Tadashi talked him into getting into the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, and using his skills for good.

Where have we seen them before? With just 11 acting credits to his name - four of which are Big Hero 6 related — Ryan is an emerging talent. His other credits include Nickelodeon's Supah Ninjas, Senior Project, Underdog Kids and Lab Rats: Elite Force.

Scott Adsit

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Image: Disney

Who do they play? An inflatable robot created by Tadashi to be a medical assistant, Baymax ends up aiding Hiro on his quest to find the culprit of an explosion at the Institute.

Where have we seen them before? Probably best known for playing Pete Hornberger on 30 Rock, Scott has also appeared in Without a Paddle, Kicking & Screaming, Bad News Bears, Accepted, Robot Chicken, St. Vincent, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Veep and many, many more.

Jamie Chung

Image: Disney/ABC
Image: Disney/ABC

Who do they play? Another student at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, GoGo is a quiet, tough, adrenaline junkie who specializes in electromagnetics. When she joins Hiro's quest for revenge, she gets a suit equipped with electromagnetic discs that she uses as skates, and smaller discs to be used as projectiles.

Where have we seen them before? Perhaps best known for her recent roles as Mulan on Once Upon a Time and Valerie Vale on Gotham, Jamie has also starred in Dragonball Evolution, Sucker Punch, The Man with the Iron Fists, The Hangover Part III and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

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Genesis Rodriguez

Image: Disney/Lionsgate
Image: Disney/Lionsgate

Who do they play? Honey Lemon is a quirky chemistry whiz, who meets Hiro when he tours the Institute with his brother. She later dons a suit with a mechanical purse that will can different chemicals that allow her to create balls that she uses as traps, explosives and safe exits.

Where have we seen them before? Relatively new to acting, Genesis has starred in Entourage, Man on a Ledge, Casa de mi Padre, What to Expect When You're Expecting, The Last Stand, Identity Thief, Hours, Tusk, Run All Night and Yoga Hosers.

Maya Rudolph

Image: Disney/NBC
Image: Disney/NBC

Who do they play? Tadashi and Hiro's aunt and guardian, Cass.

Where have we seen them before? Best known as a Saturday Night Live alum, #MayaRudolph has starred in tons of movies and TV shows including Bridesmaids, Up All Night, Grown Ups 2, Sisters, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Maya & Marty and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Alan Tudyk

Image: Disney/FOX
Image: Disney/FOX

Who do they play? Alistair Krei, an entrepreneur and tech guru, and CEO of Krei Tech. On the hunt for the next big thing, Krei encountered Hiro when he was auditioning for his spot in the Institute.

Where have we seen them before? Alan Tudyk is best known for his role as Hoban 'Wash' Washburne in Firefly and Serenity, but it sure doesn't end there. He has also starred in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, I, Robot, Death at a Funeral, Halo 3, Dollhouse, Wreck-It Ralph, The Ice Age films, Young Justice, Frozen and Con Man. Alan can be heard next in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

David Shaughnessy

Image: Disney/Disney Wiki
Image: Disney/Disney Wiki

Who do they play? Heathcliff, who is the butler for Fred and his father, also helped assist the group as they trained in their new suits.

Where have we seen them before? After originally thinking that this was Mr Sheffield from The Nanny (that's his brother, Charles), turns out David is equally talented. While spending most of the '80s in front of the camera, he has now turned to being behind the microphone and spent the later parts of the 2000s voicing characters on both games and animated series' including Destroy All Humans! 2, The Lord of the Rings: Conquest, Final Fantasy XIV, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, GTA V, Robot Chicken, Star Wars Rebels, Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Avengers Assemble.

Stan Lee

Who do they play? Fred's Dad, who is absent through most of the film but makes an appearance during the end credits of the movie.

Where have we seen them before? This is a man who needs no introduction, but just in case: Stan Lee is the genius behind Spider-Man, the X-Men, Daredevil, Thor and many others at Marvel comics. He is also no stranger to appearing in front of the camera and has made many cameos in Marvel films and television shows as well as Mallrats, Chuck, The Simpsons, American Dad and Yoga Hosers. Check out his Marvel cameos in the video below!


While Disney has announced that most of the original cast will return to voice their characters, two key actors won't be returning to the series. Fred and Wasabi will be now be voiced by two new, yet unknown, actors, as both T.J. Miller and Damon Wayans Jr won't be returning.

Image: Disney
Image: Disney

I personally can't wait to watch this! I loved the movie and Disney XD has done a pretty good job with their animated shows. It's a bit of a bummer that two of the originals aren't coming back but at least we have most of the cast returning.

Big Hero 6: The Series will air on Disney XD sometime in 2017. Are you excited to see Big Hero 6 on your screens again? Will you be watching? Comment below!