San Francisco Giants Mascot Joins Season 2 of Hulu’s ‘Behind the Mask’
Hulu’s original series, “Behind the Mask,” officially has a cast for season two. The Emmy-nominated docu-series, which follows the lives of people behind the mask of sports mascots at all levels of the game, will feature some new faces and welcome back a mask from the first season.
Season two of “Behind the Mask” will star the San Francisco Giants mascot, “Lou Seal” (aka Joel Zimei) along with an autistic freelance mascot performer (Chris Hall) and the Gilbert Arizona High School mascot, “The Tiger” (Navey Baker, who is also the show’s first featured female performer). Meanwhile, “Tux” (Chad Spencer), the mascot of minor league hockey team the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, will come back following his debut in season one.
“Behind the Mask” season two is ready to debut in February 2015. For now, you can watch season one on Hulu.
Filmmaker Josh Greenbaum created the show, which Occupant Entertainment produced.
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