Both Apple TV+ and HBO Max announced Wednesday new plans to
bring more kid friendly content to the streaming services this year.
WarnerMedia unveiled during its upfront that it will be expanding its kid friendly collection to include more content for families, preschoolers, and kids in the 6-11 age group. In total, WarnerMedia will bring over 300 hours of original content and 3,000 hours of premium content to Cartoon Network and HBO Max later this year.
“After 100 years of creating some of the world’s most
beloved IP, today we’re at the beginning of our new story, with the history,
corporate unity and modern approach to be the industry leader our heritage
deserves,” said Tom Ascheim, president of Warner Bros. global kids, young
adults and classics.
Along with announcing new content, WarnerMedia shared a new
tagline for Cartoon Network, “Redraw Your World,” which is meant to “empower
kids to feel comfortable with who they are, embrace their uniqueness and
believe in their own ability to impact change.”
Apple TV+ also announced a slate of new kids’ content Wednesday, through an overall deal with Skydance Animation.
The deal includes the animated movies Luck and Spellbound
and a two season order for a series called “The Search for WondLa.” With the
multi-year deal, more films and series will make their way to Apple TV+ after
the first few named in the announcement today.
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