Dion Warren, a 10-year-old child learning to control his superpowers and combat demons, is played by Ja’Siah Young. The series based on Dennis Liu’s comic book and the short film returns to Netflix on February 1 at 12 a.m. PST, two years after its first release in 2019.

Young is looking forward to the upcoming season and enjoys being a young superhero on TV. “I get the chance to inspire young kids to get to know that anything is possible,” he says. “The older you get, you begin to realize that you can’t become a hero or have superpowers, but I get to be that voice. There are other ways you can be a superhero. You can be a superhero of the earth. You could pick up trash and stop littering. Or you could be someone like my dad, he’s a detective. You could be a police officer, a fireman. You could be a doctor.”

“Raising Dion” follows Nicole (Alisha Wainwright) and her son Dion (Ja’Siah Young) as they deal with Dion’s unusual, superhero-like talents. Season Two shows Dion as he continues to hone his talents with the help of his mother and Tevin (Rome Flynn), his Biona trainer who catches Nicole’s interest two years after fighting the Crooked Man (Jason Ritter). A sequence of disturbing occurrences happens as Dion befriends new pupil Brayden (Griffin Robert Faulkner), a similarly powered youngster, and Dion finds that danger is still looming. Dion and Nicole must triumph once more, navigating twists, turns, and unexpected visits to save not just themselves but the entire city of Atlanta.