Search form

‘My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale’ Sets Netflix Debut

After premiering on YouTube last April, the popular animated series finds its new home on the streamer, kicking off later this month with 10 new 20-minute episodes.

Netflix has announced the beginning of an all-new journey to the magical world of Equestria with the launch of My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale. The 2D animated series, which previously streamed on the “My Little Pony YouTube channel,” follows the everyday escapades of the Mane 5. The series kicks off March 27 on the streamer with 10 all-new 20-minute episodes.

In the new episodes, the story of Sunny Starscout and her new friends continues following the return of magic to Equestria! Now, living side by side in Maretime Bay, these besties are having the most fun as they discover who they are in their new, fantastical world!

It’s non-stop adventure with all three ponykinds - Earth ponies, Unicorns, and Pegasi - living and working together again. Fans will learn the answers to questions such as: Where does Sunny get her inspiration for new smoothie flavors? Or which beauty products fly off the shelves at Pipp's ultra-cool salon, Mane Melody? Where does Izzy go to dream up the designs for her one-of-a-kind unicycled creations? How does Zipp always sniff out the clues when there is a problem to solve? And Hitch? Who doesn’t want to know why creatures large and small find him irresistible?

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Never Have I Ever, Turning Red) voices Zipp Storm alongside Jenna Warren (Kody Kapow!), JJ Gerber (Monster Pack), Ana Sani (The Boys), and AJ Bridel (Odd Squad). The series is produced by Lil Critter Workshop, with Gretchen Mallorie serving as head writer and story editor and Tay Mustafa as creative producer, with contributions from David Flack.

My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale series first premiered on YouTube in April 2022, across 35 channels and in 33 different languages, where it has accrued more than 171 million lifetime views.

Source: Netflix

Debbie Diamond Sarto's picture

Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.