The following is a list of episodes of Big Hero 6: The Series, listed in the order they originally aired.
It premiered on June 9, 2018 on Disney Channel, while the pilot movie, "Baymax Returns", premiered on November 20, 2017. The series takes take place after the events of Big Hero 6. On March 14, 2017, the series was renewed for a second season.
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|Shorts||6||May 31, 2018||June 20, 2018|
|1||21||November 20, 2017||TBA|
|"Baymax and Fred"||May 31, 2018|
|Fred is determined to create an alter ego for Baymax.|
|"Baymax and Go Go"||June 2, 2018|
|Go Go attempts to teach Baymax how to roller-skate, but he can’t seem to slow down.|
|"Baymax and Wasabi"||June 6, 2018|
|Baymax wants to learn yoga poses, but he has a hard time mastering it.|
|"Baymax and Hiro"||June 14, 2018|
|Hiro boosts Baymax's battery, which causes Baymax to go into overdrive.|
|"Baymax and Mochi"||June 18, 2018|
|While Aunt Cass is gone, Baymax tries to keep Mochi out of trouble, but he quickly learns that babysitting is harder than it looks.|
|"Baymax and Honey Lemon"||June 20, 2018|
|Honey Lemon shows Baymax how to play tennis, but Baymax can’t move quickly enough to hit the ball over the net.|
Season One (2017-2018)
|01||01||"Baymax Returns"||November 20, 2017||420B-104|
|Shortly following the defeat of Callaghan and Hiro's first day at San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, Hiro discovers Baymax's personality chip and proceeds to rebuild his skeleton. Meanwhile, Fred tries to convince the reluctant group to return to crime fighting as the superhero team Big Hero 6. Elsewhere, Yama is hired by the mysterious Obake to steal an unusual paperweight from Professor Granville, the new dean at SFIT and Hiro's professor. Hiro rushes the rebuilding process and the skeleton escapes and is captured by Yama and his crew. Yama pressures Hiro to retrieve the paperweight in exchange for the skeleton. With Fred's help they get it, but Yama double crosses them. Wasabi, Gogo and Honey Lemon arrive and save them and make off with the skeleton and paperweight, but meanwhile Yama managed to create duplicates of the skeleton and sends them out to attack the city. They also steal the paperweight which is revealed to have powerful magnetic energy that affects electric appliances including a train carrying Aunt Cass. The Big Hero 6 stop the train and Hiro tosses the paperweight into the sky where it safely explodes. The next day, Granville gives Hiro Tadashi's old lab, while the villain Obake contemplates his next move.|
|02||02||"Issue 188"||June 9, 2018||420B-102|
|Professor Granville sets Hiro up with Karmi, a student studying biology. Karmi despises Hiro for replacing her as the youngest student to join San Fransokyo Tech, yet ironically, she has a crush on Hiro's alter ego which she somehow cannot seem to recognize. Meanwhile, the Big Hero 6 take on Barb and Juniper, known collectively as the electricity and pop music powered High Voltage. In order to help, Fred has to visit his arch-nemesis, Richardson Mole who has in his possession issue 188 of Captain Fancy. In the end, Fred's mission turned out to be in regards to Hiro's identity not being noticed and the team take out High Voltage easily. Hiro realizes that Granville set him up with Karmi to help her become more social. Karmi gains some respect for Hiro, but now thinks that he "has it bad" for her.|
|03||03||"Big Roommates"||June 9, 2018||420B-103|
|After accidentally freezing her apartment and roommate, Honey Lemon asks to stay at Go Go's place causing the latter to become annoyed at the former's positive personality. While moving in, a pathetic criminal named Dibs steals Honey's chem-purse. He soon discovers Alistair Krei's latest invention, a rip-off of Hiro's Microbots transmitter, and tries to steal this too. An accident with both gizmos transform him into a glob monster, later dubbed Globby, and he begins to upset San Fransokyo. Honey refuses to believe that someone stole her purse, but upon meeting Globby becomes moody and downtrodden. When Big Hero 6 finally confront Globby, who had kidnapped Krei, Go Go convinces Honey to give positive advice to him and becomes happy again. However, Globby mistakes Honey's advice and decides to become a super villain instead.|
|04||04||"Fred's Bro-Tillion"||June 10, 2018||420B-101|
|Fred is worried about his upcoming Bro-Tillion due to past mishaps involving his mother and billionaire rival Beverly Samantha "Binky" Mole whom Mrs. Fredrickson keeps trying to impress. The gang help Fred get prepared and Hiro manages to get Aunt Cass to serve as a caterer after the other one cancels. During the celebration however, Mr. Fredrickson's rival Baron Von Steamer arrives attempting to kidnap Fred as revenge from Mr. Frederickson's days as Boss Awesome. He kidnaps Wasabi instead and the rest of the team end up contacting Mr. Fredrickson for advice. They find Steamer's hideout and Fred uses what he has learned to defeat Steamer who escapes. Afterwards, they hold Fred's Bro-Tillion at Aunt Cass' diner and Mrs. Fredrickson overcomes her insecurity about Binky.|
|05||05||"Food Fight"||June 10, 2018||420B-110|
|Ninja-chef Momakase steals a gravity device from Krei. While the Big Hero 6 investigate, Hiro accidentally indicates that he is not studying to Cass who goes to Good Luck Alley to look for him. She finds herself at an underground cooking competition against her mean idol Bolton Gramercy and actually wins taking his knives in the process. Meanwhile, Momakase's employer Yama, reveals that she only stole half of the gravity device. She steals the other half, but turns against Yama to sell the device on the Black Market. Hiro becomes concerned for Cass' late night runs and discovers her secret. Cass goes up against Momakase who begins to fight Big Hero 6 as well. Cass and Big Hero 6 become victorious and Gramercy apologizes with Cass returning his knives from her now large collection.|
|06||06||"Muirahara Woods"||June 16, 2018||420B-109|
|Hiro, Fred, and Baymax follow the Go Go into the mysterious Muirahara Woods where they get lost and everything electronic strangely fails - including Baymax.|
|07||07||"Failure Mode"||June 23, 2018||420B-106|
|Hiro becomes demoralized when his latest school project fails spectacularly; the team must take on the incompetent villain, Globby.|
|08||08||"Aunt Cass Goes Out"||June 30, 2018||420B-107|
|After Aunt Cass nearly discovers Hiro's secret membership in the Big Hero 6, Hiro tries to set her up with someone to distract her.|
|09||09||"The Impatient Patient"||July 7, 2018||TBA|
|Although he is obviously ill, Hiro refuses to listen to his team-mates and Baymax and only watch from afar as they fight the Mad Jacks.|
|10||10||"Mr. Sparkles Loses His Sparkle"||July 14, 2018||TBA|
|Crazy game show host Mr. Sparkles threatens to hurt Hiro's cat Mochi to force Go Go to join a game. But she is very afraid of public appearances.|
|11||11||"Killer App"||July 21, 2018||TBA|
|Wasabi's need for order clashes with Hiro's chaotic work style when they collaborate on a school project.|
|12||12||"Small Hiro One"||July 28, 2018||TBA|
- The series was originally scheduled to premiere on March 1, 2018, but Bob Schooley announced that the premiere date along with the schedule for March was false. However, it turned out that March 1 was the United Kingdom series premiere.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Disney XD's Big Hero 6: The Series Gets Season 2 Order Ahead of Premiere". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved on March 14, 2017.
- ↑ "DisneyTVAnimation Post". Tumblr. Retrieved on June 13, 2017.
- ↑ "Disney TV Animation News Post". Tumblr. Retrieved on February 17, 2017.
- ↑ "Bob Schooley post". Twitter. Retrieved on February 28, 2018.
- ↑ "Disney's Big Hero 6: Exclusive Q&A with the stars". BT. Retrieved on February 28, 2018.