AWN readers get a special sneak peek at the all-new animated series about a creative, cheeky owlet with big ideas and an even bigger personality, who goes on high-flying adventures with her best friend who lives next door; based on the ‘Owl Diaries’ series by award-winning author Rebecca Elliott, the show hits the streamer March 31.
Apple TV+ has shared an exclusive clip from its upcoming all-new animated 3DCG kids and family series, Eva the Owlet. Based on the New York Times bestselling Scholastic book series “Owl Diaries” by award-winning author Rebecca Elliott, the show makes its global premiere on the streamer this Friday, March 31.
Eva the Owlet stars Eva, a creative, cheeky owlet who lives next door to her best friend, Lucy, in the woodland world of Treetopington. With big ideas and an even bigger personality, Eva goes on high-flying adventures, expressing herself in her diary along the way!
In the clip, Eva and her friends are hot on the trail of a mysterious ghost – will Eva’s cleverness help her solve the mystery? Check out the clip, then tune in Friday to Apple TV+.
Produced by Scholastic Entertainment (Clifford the Big Red Dog, Goosebumps, The Magic School Bus) with production services and 4K animation by 9 Story Media Group’s Brown Bag Films (Doc McStuffins, Vampirina, Octonauts), the series features original songs by musician and singer-songwriter Fitz of Fitz and the Tantrums.
Voice talent includes Vivienne Rutherford (Eureka!, 911: Lone Star); Jessica DiCicco (The Loud House, Puppy Dog Pals); Dino Andrade (Loud House, We Baby Bears); and Sascha Yurchak; Jon Olson; Evie Hsu (Team Mekbots); Sarah Vattano (The Uglies, Rise Up, Sing Out); Pressly James Crosby (General Hospital); and Kenna Ramsey (Rent).
The series is executive produced by Scholastic Entertainment’s team, including Iole Lucchese (Clifford the Big Red Dog); Caitlin Friedman (Stillwater); and Jef Kaminsky (Signs of Survival). In addition, head series writers and Daytime Emmy Award nominees Annabeth Bondor-Stone (Helpsters) and Connor White (Helpsters) serve as co-executive producers. Daytime Emmy Award nominee Damien O’Connor (Angela’s Christmas, Angela’s Christmas 2) serves as supervising director.
Since first being published, “Owl Diaries” now has eight foreign language translations and 11 million copies in print.
Source: Apple TV+