The Masked Singer is coming back for a second season.
It’s the first episode of season two, and it’ll be out April 11.
It’s an old-school musical episode that focuses on the early years of a group of children.
It was written by Jodie Foster and directed by Mark Johnson.
The episode will air with a special episode that will feature new music.
“It’s very different, very different,” Foster told me.
“It’s a show where you don’t have to put on makeup to sing.
You just sit there, do a little bit of singing and you’re done.”
The first episode was released in December, and there were so many questions about what would happen next that the first few episodes were a bit confusing.
Foster, Johnson, and co-creator of The Maskes, Jason Ritter, decided to take on this show with a new direction.
This time, the show will be much more about the group’s struggles and hardships as they go through this transition.
It’ll also have the added bonus of being a “normal” episode that doesn’t feel like a series finale.
You can read the full interview here.
“It has to be one of the weirdest experiences I’ve ever had, but I think it’s a pretty good one, too,” Johnson said of the new direction for the show.
There’s been some speculation that this will be the first season where The Mask’s main characters are children.
That may be true, but there’s also a lot of new characters to explore.
We’ll get to see how they cope with this, but it will be a big, big change.
While the show is still new to the world, the creators say they’re confident in their ability to adapt the show and keep the tone of the show consistent.
I’ll miss the old school vibe of the original Mask.
As I mentioned, I’ve been waiting for The Maskeds, and I’m glad that they’re coming back.
I’m excited about the new episodes and the show, but that’s just the beginning.
We’re not finished yet, but we’re going to keep the fans engaged.
This post originally appeared on MTV News.