Apple TV+ recently unveiled its fall slate for kids and families, featuring a wide range of original series, new on-screen imaginings of beloved properties, as well as returning fan-favorite and critically acclaimed series. New original series coming to the platform this autumn include “Sago Mini Friends,” an animated series produced by Daytime Emmy Award-nominated Spin Master Entertainment and animated by 9 Story Media Group’s Emmy Award-winning studio Brown Bag Films Toronto, based on characters from the award-winning Sago Mini World app. The title joins “Slumberkins,” a mixed-media puppet/2D animation program from the beloved children’s emotional learning brand empowering children to be caring, confident, and resilient, and produced by The Jim Henson Company.
“Circuit Breakers,” a futuristic anthology series that tackles kid-relatable issues through a sci-fi lens; and “Interrupting Chicken,” an animated preschool series that illuminates the joy of reading, writing, and storytelling for children and stars the voice talents of three-time Emmy Award winner Sterling K. Brown.
The acclaimed series returning this year include the Emmy Award-winning series “Ghostwriter” with an entirely new cast. The title, targeted at 6-11-year-olds, was developed for television by J.J. Johnson and Andrew Orenstein, with Academy Award-winning and DGA Award-nominated Luke Matheny directing the first episode. Matheny and Orenstein executive produce alongside Johnson, Christin Simms, and Blair Powers for Sinking Ship Entertainment and Kay Wilson Stallings for Sesame Workshop.
The animated adventure epic “Wolfboy and the Everything Factory” is also included in the slate. The title is inspired by the work of visual artist Toff Mazery, co-created by Emmy Award winner Edward Jesse, developed by Emmy winner Michael Ryan and executive produced by Emmy winner Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Hitrecord, and FOX Entertainment’s Bento Box Entertainment. The title joins “Get Rolling with Otis,” and Jack McBrayer’s sweet, music-forward “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show.” Additionally, even more, classic Peanuts titles will be made available to fans, many for the first time in decades.