41 Entertainment is powering up its pipeline with two new 52 x 11-minute animated series—Superhero Summer Camp (pictured, top) and Superhero Pets (pictured, bottom).
Set at a sleep-away camp, Superhero Summer Camp stars a group of kids learning how to control the powers they’ve inherited from their superhero parents. The series targets kids ages four to seven and will launch in fall 2020.
Superhero Pets, meanwhile, tells the story of a critter posse using their collective powers (including invisibility and flying) to save the day. It balances crime-fighting action with comedy, and is scheduled to debut in spring 2021.
Both shows are created and executive produced by Allen Bohbot, developed for television by Kaaren Lee Brown and Kiersten Halstead, and illustrated by Mel Bontrager. Music will play a large role, with a number of original songs planned.
The announcement of 41 Entertainment’s new franchise build comes as Netflix gears up to premiere a second season of the company’s animated preschool show Super Monsters on October 5, alongside a Halloween special spin-off. The series stars a group of preschoolers who are humans by day and super-powered monsters by night.