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After a 2017 TV movie reunited the Big Hero 6 team, Hiro, Baymax, and the rest of the crew are returning to television for their own series—and the latest look at the show is utterly adorable.

They’re still working out the kinks, but none more so than Baymax, who is still adjusting to expanding his own code beyond being a personal healthcare companion. He’s trying his best as he faces new costumes, sports, and pet care, but he’s up for the task when it counts. And the rest of the team isn’t too far behind.

The Big Hero 6 TV series debuts on Disney Channel June 9.

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Michelle Jaworski

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