Nickelodeon and Mattel Television’s animated comedy-adventure about the teenage kids of famous monsters gets picked up for another season; also announced, ‘Monster High Mysteries’ premieres tomorrow on the ‘Monster High’ YouTube channel.
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The producer on Nickelodeon and Mattel’s new CG-animated series discusses the rebirth of the storied franchise, which began as a hugely successful toy line in 2010, quickly expanding into games, a web series, and animated YouTube shorts; the show premieres today, October 28, on Nickelodeon.
The new animated series follows the teenage children of famous monsters as they discover who they are and how to embrace their differences.
Teen kids of monster fame make their way to the school of acceptance and self-discovery in the next entry in the popular franchise; the animated series hits Nickelodeon this fall along with an upcoming live-action movie-musical ‘Monster High: The Movie,’ which debuts October 6.
The animated series will continue to air on Disney channels worldwide; watch the voice cast reminisce about their characters and favorite memories from the show.
Executive producers Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley and Nick Filippi talk about the new season of their Emmy Award-nominated animated series, which premieres today on Disney XD and DisneyNOW, and how the Big Hero 6 team faces off against a new villain and his team of evil mascot robots.
Hiro and his team return to face off against Noodle Burger Boy and his team of evil robots in all new episodes of the Emmy Award-nominated show, based on the Oscar-winning ‘Big Hero 6’ animated feature.
Second season debut of Emmy-nominated series, based on Disney’s 2014 Oscar-winning animated feature, set for May 6.
Series kicks off with two days of back-to-back episodes, with new shows airing Saturdays through September.
Premiere will air simultaneously on Disney XD and Disney Channel, with the series following in early 2018.
The network has placed an early second season order of ‘Big Hero 6: The Series’ in anticipation of its first season debut this fall.
Second season pickup of the Disney Television Animation series based on the Walt Disney Animation Studios feature ‘Big Hero 6’ comes ahead of season one fall premiere.