Apple will debut three new kids shows on Apple TV+ this fall. Included in the trio of premiered is a new series from “Mr. Corman” star and producer Joseph-Gordon Levitt.
Levitt’s “Wolfboy and the Everything Factory,” will begin its run on September 24. Apple describes the new series as “a new animated series for the oddballs, the dreamers, and the ones who don’t fit in.” The series will run for 10 episodes.
The series’ co-creators Toff Mazery and Edward Jesse are joined by showrunner Michael Ryan, with Gordon-Levitt, Jared Geller, Scott Greenberg, and Joel Kuwahura serving as executive producers.
As reported by Variety, Apple TV+ will also begin streaming two additional kids’ shows beginning in October.
On October 8, “Get Rolling with Otis” premieres. It’s the story of a friendly tractor and is based on a popular Penguin Random House series of books.
The new animated series is produced by 9 Story Media Group and Brown Bag Media Films and is executive produced by Vince Commisso, Wendy Harris, author Loren Lang, Darragh O’Connell, Angela C. Santomero, and Jane Startz.
October 15 the live-action “Puppy Place” debuts. The show follows the adventures of a family that fosters young dogs. The series is based on the long-running book series by Scholastic, which also produces the series.