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On October 16, 2012, The Aquabats and The Hub confirmed production on new episodes of through the social networking sites and , announcing a tentative debut date of Spring 2013. Principal photography on season two began on October 22 and wrapped on December 1. Unlike the first season, the majority of season two was shot in and around , , which Jacobs explained was considerably less expensive than shooting in California.
On August 22, 2013, confirmed via Twitter that three additional episodes of were being filmed near the end of the year, "and maybe more next". Principal photography on these episodes eventually began in Utah in early October. Throughout the month, The Aquabats posted numerous pictures of production on the new episodes on their Twitter and accounts, some of which revealed of 301, 302 and 303, ostensibly indicating what would be a third season. Though these numbers were later verified by the , a November press release from The Hub explicitly referred to these three episodes as "".
In further homage to the original series, features a variety of celebrity . The series' first season included appearances from actors , and , comedians , and , and comedy musician , who appeared in two episodes as different characters. The first season also included several "" cameos from original Aquabats members and , as well as from fellow musicians Warren Fitzgerald and Art Mitchell of the band .