Netflix has added six diverse and global perspectives to their forthcoming slate of animated programming.
Kids and Family content is such a massive part of Netflix with almost 60% of members signing in for it each month.
Details about the new additions can be read below.
Rounding out the new series slate is Maya and the Three (pictured), which is set against a mythical Mesoamerican-inspired backdrop where a story unfolds about a warrior princess on a quest to find a trio of fighters to help save the world of men and gods.
The new films include My Father's Dragon, the story of a young runaway who goes off in search of a captive dragon, and The Willoughbys, an adaptation of a Lois Lowry novel about four children abandoned by their parents.
Streaming giant Netflix has acquired "My Father's Dragon, ' the next project from Oscar-nominated Irish director Nora Twomey ('The Secret of Kells, ' 'The Breadwinner").
Among the new titles is Maya and the Three (2021), a limited series created, written and directed by Jorge Gutierrez (The Book of Life).
Tomm Moore, Twomey, and Cartoon Saloon co-founder Paul Young will develop My Father's Dragon with Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn for LA-based Mockingbird Pictures. The film will be executively produced by Alan Moloney and Ruth Coady for Parallel Films, alongside Gerry Shirren. Cory Carson (2019), a preschool show from Kuku Studios and executive producers Alex Woo (WALL-E), Stanley Moore (Finding Dory) and Tone Thyne (Wonder Pets!); and Kid Cosmic (2020), a series from Craig McCracken (The Powerpuff Girls). Based on the hit toy line Go! Go! Cory Carson follows the adventures of kid auto Cory Carson as he navigates the winding roads of childhood in Bumperton Hills.