WATCH: Niles Fitch Is Disney's First Black Prince In 'Secret Society of Second Born Royals' Trailer
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WATCH: Niles Fitch Is Disney's First Black Prince In 'Secret Society of Second Born Royals' Trailer

The first trailer for Disney+’s Secret Society of Second Born Royals has been released. Its ensemble cast include Peyton Elizabeth Lee, This Is Us star Niles Fitch, Skylar Astin, Olivia Deeble, Faly Rakotohavana, Isabella Blake Thomas, Elodie Yung, Ashley Liao, Noah Lomax and Greg Bryk.

The official description: Secret Society of Second-Born Royals follows Sam, a rebellious teenage royal who unknowingly develops superpowers from a genetic trait attributed only to second-borns of royal lineage. Second-in-line to the throne of the kingdom of Illyria, Sam constantly questions what it means to be royal and wants to create her own legacy. Unlike Sam’s picture-perfect older sister Eleanor who will become the next queen, Sam would rather rock out with her bandmate and best friend Mike at an illegal protest or ditch a royal engagement for a wild night out. Fed up with her daughter’s misbehavior, Queen Catherine sends Sam to a summer boarding school where she and four other second-born royals – Tuma, Roxana, January and Matteo – discover they have unique super-human abilities and are invited to join a secret society with a longstanding tradition of covertly keeping the peace. With a new sense of purpose and a little help from their Secret Society instructor James, Sam and her fellow royal recruits must learn to harness their newfound powers and work together as a team before they can save the world.

Fitch teased his role in the movie on Shadow And Act’s Locked Down With __ back in April.

Watch the trailer below:

 

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Royalty: ‘This Is Us’ Star Niles Fitch To Play A Prince In New Disney+ Film, ‘Secret Society Of Second Born Royals’

 

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