First, the show, inspired by a short from Nickelodeon’s 2015 International Animated Shorts Program, will air domestically in 2021, followed by its debut across the network’s international markets.
Nickelodeon announced that it has given the green light to the second season of its animated series, “It’s Pony." It will first air in domestic markets in 2021, followed by its premier across Nickelodeon’s international markets. “The overwhelming reaction to the first season of 'It’s Pony' has been phenomenal, and fans have been champing at the bit for a second season,” said Nina Hahn, Senior Vice President of Development and Production, Nickelodeon.
"It's Pony" was created by Ant Blades and is inspired by a short from Nickelodeon’s 2015 International Animated Shorts Program. The cast is currently among one of the top three animated series for children between the ages of 2-11 across all TV, with only Nickelodeon’s “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “The Loud House" ahead of it. The 18th January premiere of “It’s Pony” this year was Nickelodeon’s highest-rated animation launch with kids 2-11 since 2018.
The cast for the series includes Jessica DiCicco from "Adventure Time" as Annie, Josh Zuckerman from "Strange Angel" as Pony, Ave Benrubi from E.R. as Dad, and India de Beaufort as Mom. Annie is an optimistic farm girl living in the city with her family and Pony, who is naïve and impulsive, but loves Annie him more than anything. Dad treats Pony as a nuisance but shares a special bond with Annie, and mom is a prankster who loves Annie and Pony’s relationship.
The 20-episode second season of "It’s Pony" consists of comedic adventures between Annie and Pony. From crashing a comic convention to battling a swarm of revenge-seeking flies, Annie and Pony’s find their adventures testing the limits of their friendship. “We are thrilled to greenlight season two of a show where no matter what happens, everything is better when Annie and Pony are together,” Hahn said.
The overwhelming reaction to the first season of 'It’s Pony' has been phenomenal, and fans have been champing at the bit for a second season. ” Nina Hahn Senior Vice President of Development and Production, Nickelodeon