Ahead of its global premiere this month on Apple TV+, the streamer has released the trailer for “Shape Island”, a stop-motion animated series for kids that is based on a popular trilogy of picture books.
\Apple TV+ gives the first look at the new kids’ stop-motion animated series “Shape Island”
“Shape Island” will be premiering globally on Friday, January 20, 2023. The series is a clever, funny, and inspiring new stop-motion with a charming island inhabited by a serious Square that is ready for new experiences with an adventurous Circle, and a tricky Triangle.
The show follows the trio as they dig up some fun, search for answers, and build their friendship while learning about each other’s differences. Based on the bestselling picture books by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen, the show delivers the message of inclusion for kids to cherish friendship which can take many shapes.
The series features the voices of Yvette Nicole Brown as the narrator, Harvey Guillen as Square, Scott Adsit as Triangle, and Gideon Adlon as Circle.
“Shape Island’s” co-creators by book authors Mac Burnett and Jon Klassen will serve as executive producers alongside Emmy Award-winning Bix Pix Entertainment’s Kelli Bixler and Drew Hodges. Ryan Pequin will be serving as co-executive producer and head writer.
Users can get Apple TV+ for $6.99 per month in over 100 countries and regions. There’s a limited-time offer for customers who purchase and activate a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, or iPod touch can enjoy three months of free AppleTV+
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