The animated web television series titled “Croods: Family Tree Season 1” is a media franchise made by DreamWorks Animation. It has grown a lot since its debut as “The Croods,” and the love for the same has increased immensely with time. Created by Kirk DeMicco, Chris Sanders, and John Cleese, the show is known for its amazing animation and fantastic characters that are still the favorites of many fans out there. We all are aware of the fact that DreamWorks Animation is highly praised for its animation work in the industry. With features like Shrek and Madagascar, the franchise has dominated the big screen in the early 2000s.
Croods, for the fact, has been everyone’s favorite without any kind of age barrier. The animation and all of its franchise, prequels, and other spin-offs have been equally loved by all its fans out there. The announcement of the new television series from the franchise made the internet go crazy. The family comedy has an appreciative score of 72% on Rotten Tomatoes. The budget for “The Croods” fell between $135 and $175, and overall, it made an income of $587 million. The immense and huge success of the series led to its renewal again and again in many different forms of media.
Fans are digging the internet continues to find any kind of information about this upcoming animation. We are here to talk about the same. So, let’s dive in and find out every detail about this upcoming Croods series.
Croods: Family Tree Season 1 Release Date
“The Croods: Family Tree” will release on 23 September. The first film, titled “The Croods,” was released in the year 2013, which led to the beginning of the franchise. The massive success and positive reviews from both audience and critics led to the development of the sequel of the movie titled “The Croods: A New Age,” which was released in the year 2020.
Later, the franchise got bigger with its television series titled “Dawn of the Croods,” which aired from 2015 to 2017. The 2D animated television series, which was considered as the prequel for the movie, aired on 24 December 2015 on Netflix. The series consisted of 88 episodes, and each of them consisted of two 11-minute-long segments.
Toon Boom Harmony animated the first three episodes of the series, and the rest of the episodes were traditionally hand-drawn by South Korean studios called EMation, NE4U, and Dong Woo Animation.
Executive producer Hay confirmed on July 9 2017 that the fourth season of the Dawn of the Croods will be the final.
DreamWorks announced the development of a CGI animated series titled “The Croods: Family Tree” that will release on 23 September. It is based on The Croods: A New Age and will be available for streaming on platforms like Hulu and Peacock.
Croods: Family Tree Season 1: Who All Are in For the Cast?
The new voice cast for the series has been announced and they all are popular faces of the industry. Nicolas Cage is been replaced by Kiff Vandenheuvel for voicing Grug. Then, Amy Landecker is replacing Cathrine Keener for voicing the character Ugga.
Ally Dixon is voicing the character Eep, Gran is being played by Artemis Pebdani, and AJ Locascio will be covering for Emma Stone, the late Cloris Leachman, and Clark Duke and will be heard as Thunk. Darin Brooks will be the new guy, Ohil Betterman will be voiced by Matthew Waterson; Amy Rosoff will be voicing Hope Betterman. Lastly, the voice for Dawn Betterman will be again played by Kelly Marie Tran.
Croods: Family Tree Season 1: Are There Any Spoilers?
According to some reports and the trailer for the upcoming series, we can expect Croods and Bettermans to live a better life together as they learn to be compatible with each other on the most idyllic farm in prehistory.
We might also see both families overcoming their differences to turn the divided treehouse into a united one. There will be some friction too in this process. The Croods are still sticking to their old-styled lifestyle, while the Bettermans are all about modernity and change. The show is going to be fun to watch with all the adventures coming with it.
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