Infinity Train is leaving the station with a Five-Night Event Beginning Monday, Jan. 6 (7:30 pm, ET/PT)
I fell head over heels with the Infinity Train when Cartoon Network showed the teaser trailer. The animation, voices, whimsical story and adventure delighted me with every episode. When Tulip (Ashley Johnson) made it home in time for her tech camp I squealed with joy. Tulip was adventurous, inquisitive, smart as heck, and not a damsel in distress. She saved not only herself but the many friends she made on the train. The series was so satisfying that I was sorry to see it end but still filled my heart with joy. Imagine my delight with the upcoming Book 2 with the mirror universe Tulip looking to find her own path with Jesse Cosay (Robbie Daymond) a new friend who’ll be escaping his path as a kid in high school. It’s delightful that they’ve selected a new person that looks like he is a person of color. Am curious why he gets on the train and how he meets Mirror Tulip.
The announcement of the second season with a new kid on the train has me excited for 2020! Book 2 of Infinity Train begins Monday, Jan. 6 (7:30 pm, ET/PT), with a double episode the first night and then concludes with a special five-night event.
Book 2 is following Mirror Tulip, an escaped reflection from the mirror world, and Jesse Cosay, a 14-year-old jock from Arizona. As the pair finds themselves on the run from the mirror police, themes of identity, friendship, and peer pressure arise.
The mind-bending mysterious and critically acclaimed series introduced fans to Tulip’s harrowing journey earlier this fall (2019) and is one of the year’s breakout animated shows. Fans can catch up with One-One on Monday, Jan. 1 (11:00 am-1:30 pm, PT/ET) with the entire first season on Cartoon Network.