Voice cast and EPs join ‘Humans and Bots Unite in Transformers: EarthSpark’ panel at NY Comic Con in October ahead of the series' 10-episode streaming debut in November.
Paramount+ has shared key art and a release date for its original animated series, Transformers: EarthSpark, with the first 10 episodes debuting on the streamer November 11 in the U.S. and Canada. The show will head overseas in November on Paramount+ and Nickelodeon channels worldwide.
According to the streamer, the series follows a new generation of Transformers robots called Terrans – the first Transformers robots born on Earth. The Terrans, together with the humans who welcome and care for them, will redefine what it means to be a family.
The previously announced cast includes Sydney Mikayla (Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts); Sydney Mikayla (Day Shift); Benny Latham (Cornerstones: Founding Voices of the Black Church); Jon Jon Briones (Ratched); Kathreen Khavari (Dead End: Paranormal Park); Zeno Robinson (Big City Greens), Danny Pudi (Community); Alan Tudyk (Resident Alien); Rory McCann (Game of Thrones); Cissy Jones (The Owl House); and Diedrich Bader (Better Things).
Transformers: Earthspark is created and co-executive produced by Dale Malinowski (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and executive produced by Ant Ward (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). Claudia Spinelli, senior vice president of big kids animation at Nickelodeon, developed the series for television. Production is overseen for Nickelodeon by Mikiel Houser, executive in charge of production, and for eOne by Kari Rosenberg.
Catch Transformers: Earth Spark at New York Comic Con
October 9 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM in Room 405 at the Javits Center:
Panel: “Humans and Bots Unite in Transformers: EarthSpark”
During the panel, voice cast members Sydney Mikayla, Zion Broadnax, Diedrich Bader, and Cissy Jones, along with co-executive producer Dale Malinowski and executive producer Ant Ward, will give fans a first look at behind-the-scenes art, casting, and never-before-seen footage, along with a limited time opportunity to preorder a few of the toys. Andrea Towers, associate editor at TV Guide Magazine, will moderate.