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Amazon Renews 'Kong: King of the Apes,' Slates Five New Kids' Shows

New animated series due out over next two years 6/16/2016 12:30 PM Eastern
Amazon has given "Kong: King of the Apes" a second season.

Netflix has renewed Kong: King of the Apes for season two, debuting next year, and also said it will launch five original animated shows for kids over the next two years.

 

The first of the new five shows, action-comedy Skylanders Academy from Activision Blizzard Studios, follows the adventures of a ragtag group of heroes protecting the Skylands universe from evildoers. Eric Rogers (Futurama) runs the show, with voice help from Justin Long, Ashley Tisdale and Breaking Bad tough guy Jonathan Banks. Thirteen episodes debut this fall, with a second season in late 2017.

 

The other four shows include Llama Llama, based on the book series by Anna Dewdney and set to premiere in 2017; Spirit Riding Free, inspired by the film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, about a wild mustang that could not be tamed, also coming out in 2017; Spy Kids: Mission Critical, based on the family film franchise of the same name and due in 2018; and Hilda, based the Luke Pearson graphic novels about the journey of a fearless blue-haired girl, coming in 2018.

 

Read more about the shows at broadcastingcable.com.

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