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Megamind and Abominable are the new DreamWorks Animation series
February 12, 2022

Megamind and Abominable are the new DreamWorks Animation series

Peacock, the Universal-owned streaming service, announces new animated productions, including two from the DreamWorks Animation franchise.
Peacock increases the number of its animated productions for young audience with new features, including two titles that come directly from two animated features produced by the Californian animation studios founded in 1994 by Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg and David Geffen.

The first is titled Megamind's Guide To Defending Your City and follows the events told by the 2010 film Megamind which grossed $320 million worldwide and stars the film ex-villain and blue-skinned super-villain from Metro City studying for his new superhero role. New adventures that will lead him to become the first superhero influencer in the world.

Alan Schoolcraft and Brent Simons, the authors of the original film, will be in attendance as executive producers of the series alongside Eric Fogel. JD Ryznar will serve as co-executive producer and story editor.

Abominable and the Invisible City instead is a series that mixes comedy and adventure and follows the story of the character of the film Abominable of the 2019 which grossed $180 million in box-offices, and which will take the yeti protagonist, Yi, Jin and Peng, through Everest to the discovery of an entire magical world. When they discover that their surroundings are teeming with magical creatures in need of their help, children will dive into extraordinary adventures to help them.

The series is produced by Jim Schumann, co-produced by Katherine Nolfi and with Tiffany Lo and Ethel Lung as story editor.

The platform have also renewed the pre-school series Babble Bop! for a second season and ordered Press Start!, another series for younger based on books the written and illustrated by Thomas Flintham, The Team Mekbots Animal Rescue series that follows the adventures of four animal-loving children, and finally Dino Pops, a series that brings Dinosaurs to the present day in a new didactic format created together with the Argentine paleontologist Dr. Diego Pol.

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