Angry Birds are flying over to Prime Video, which has picked up an animated children’s series based on the popular video game.
Featuring the voices of Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows), Kate Micucci (Steven Universe, DuckTales), Dominic Monaghan (Lost) and Nasim Pedrad (Saturday Night Live), Angry Birds Mystery Island will follow new Hatchlings Mia, Rosie and Buddy, and a foreign-exchange piglet named Hamylton.
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Over the 24-episode first season, “these rambunctious tweens receive an all-expenses-paid (and completely un-asked-for) island getaway, when they are mistakenly catapulted onto an uncharted island,” per the official synopsis. “Left to explore the exotic sights, smells, and unexplained phenomena of their new environment without any adults around, the ragtag bunch quickly learns that, in order to survive and make it back home, they will need to unlock the mysteries of the island together.”
Another Angry Birds animated children’s series, dubbed Summer Madness, released three seasons on Netflix in 2022.
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