There’s also something slightly suspicious about Dion’s new trainer, Tevin.

“When we created Raising Dion Season 1, we knew we wanted it to be for everyone—adults, children, and adults who are still kids at heart,” said executive producers Jordan and Liz Raposo of Outlier Society. “The audience response was beyond our wildest expectations and along with our cast, crew, and partners at Netflix and Macro, we cannot wait to bring you Season 2.”


Raising Dion was not only Netflix’s most popular Kids & Family series of 2019, it was one of the streamer’s most popular shows of 2019.

“Dion and his friends are growing up and so is our show,” said showrunner Carol Barbee. “In Season 2, you’re going to get even more action, more mystery, more surprises, and yes, more powers. Nicole’s challenges escalate as she comes face to face with every parent’s worst nightmare. The stakes are higher than ever, and we’re so excited for fans to continue this journey with us.”

It’s been a while since the first season of Raising Dion. So if you haven’t seen it yet, there’s still time for a quick nine-episode binge with Season 2 set to premiere on Feb. 1.