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Watch: DreamWorks’ ‘Harvey Street Kids’ Debuts June 29

Animated versions of comic book stars Audrey, Lotta and Dot is the studio’s most-recent venture on Netflix. 

Comic-book icons Audrey, Dot and Lotta get animated in DreamWorks Animation Television’s new series ‘Harvey Street Kids,’ coming June 29 to Netflix.

Inspired by the classic characters from Harvey Comics, the new DreamWorks Animation Television series Harvey Street Kids debuts June 29 on Netflix.

The series is a female-driven comedy series starring three feisty girls -- Audrey, Lotta and Dot -- who don't let anything (or anyone) slow them down

From its 42-flavor ice cream truck to its never-ending games of kickball to the best climbing tree in the universe, every day on Harvey Street feels like a Saturday. And that’s largely thanks to spunky Audrey, wise Dot, and lovable Lotta, the block's self-appointed guardians. The Harvey Girls will do whatever it takes to keep Harvey Street the best block to never grow up on and transform every afternoon into a wild adventure.

This series comes from executive producer Brendan Hay (Dawn of the Croods, Robot Chicken) and supervising producer Aliki Theofilopoulos (Descendants: Wicked World, Phineas and Ferb).

The series features the voice talents of Lauren Lapkus as Lotta; Kelly McCreary as Dot; Stephanie Lemelin as Audrey; Danny Pudi as Tiny; Atticus Shaffer as Melvin; Grey Griffin; Roger Craig Smith; Utkarsh Ambudkar; Jamaal Hepburn and Dee Bradley Baker. Special guest voices include Joey McIntryre (New Kids on the Block), Nick Lachey (98 Degrees), Joey Fatone (*NSYNC) and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men), who together voice and record original songs as the Harvey Street Kids' favorite swoon-worthy boy band, Crush4U.

Source: DreamWorks Animation Television

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