At the end of Season 1, we see the Westbrook Sirens defeat their rival team, the Carlsbad Cobras, in a slim two-point victory at the final buzzer. While the first season focuses on Marvyn’s character development from grumpy and isolated into empathetic and selfless, it will be fun to see him put his personal growth into practice.
It’s easy to be a better person when your worst enemy is yourself, but when it’s someone else, sometimes our worst colors can show.
Because Marvyn decides to stay at Westbrook instead of taking an opportunity as a college coach again at USCB, we know he’ll be fully dedicated to the girls in the next season. In addition, because people cycle in and out of high school all the time, we can likely expect some new faces in Season 2.
But the biggest question on our minds is if Holly (Jessalyn Gilsig) will take the job as head coach at Carlsbad. If she does, then her and Marvyn’s rivalry will be front and center. It’ll be a completely new dynamic between the two of them that we are definitely eager to see play out.
Season 1 of Big Shot is now available to stream on Disney Plus.