Romp with 3 new kids’ shows on Apple TV+ this fall


Apple TV+ show Wolfboy and the Everything Factory premieres on September 24.
Apple TV+ show Wolfboy and the Everything Factory premieres on September 24.
Photo: Apple TV+

Apple TV+ plans to air three new shows for kids and families in the coming weeks. One is set to debut later in September, while two others premiere in October.

We’ll have to see if any of them can match the critical success of Apple TV+’s award-winning kids’ show Stillwater.

September 24: Wolfboy and the Everything Factory

Actor and producer Joseph Gordon-Levitt, star of the Apple TV+ live-action comedy Mr. Corman, adds an animated show he executive produces called Wolfboy and the Everything Factory. The show, created by Toff Mazery and Edward Jesse, debuts on September 24. It’s slated to run 10 episodes.

According to Apple, Wolfboy is “a new animated series for the oddballs, the dreamers, and the ones who don’t fit in.”

It follows the adventures of an oddball dreamer known as Wolfboy (voiced by Kassian Akhtar). Kids can tag along as he explores a bizarre realm at the center of the Earth where strange creatures called Sprytes dwell.

Here’s the Wolfboy and the Everything Factory, released Wednesday:

More kids’ shows in October: Get Rolling With Otis and Puppy Place

Apple TV+ will air a new children’s show called Get Rolling With Otis starting on October 8. Based on a book series of the same name from Penguin Random House, it tells the story of a friendly tractor, Apple said.

Following that debut, on October 15 you can check out a live-action show called Puppy Place. It tells the tale of a family, including siblings Charles and Lizzie, fostering young dogs. It’s based on a Scholastic book series.


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