One thing about Apple TV+ is that it ensures its young viewers the best content. The streaming platform’s upcoming 2D animated kids’ piece, Duck & Goose, tells it all. The series is grounded on Tad Hill’s New York Times award-winning novels.
What’s 'Duck & Goose' About?
Duck & Goose follows two close-feathered buddies, Duck and Goose, who don’t often see beak to beak. This is until they realize that appreciating and embracing each other’s variations can assist them in coming up with new solutions to daily obstacles, whether huge or small.
The Crew Behind Duck & Goose’s Success
Brian Meulhaupt of Sesame Street directs the series with Antonio Canobbio of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Harriet the Spy’s Ben Kalina, Shannon Prynoski, Chris Prynoski, and Jane Startz of Ella Enchanted as the chief producers.
Peabody Award champion Douglas Wood of Little Einsteins and Bob the Builder also serve as chief producer and show-runner.
Cathy Davidson, a distinguished PhD professor, and Christina Katopodis, an executive director with a PhD collaborate as the transformative learning professionals in the series through Apple TV Plus’ changemakers program.
Who’s in 'Duck & Goose'?
Several talented characters contributed to the show’s success, including JeCobi Swain playing Goose, Connor Andrade portraying Duck, Chanel Umoh impersonating Bluebird, and Eden Jacob representing Thistle.
Release Date and Trailer
Duck & Goose launches this Friday, July 8th, exclusively on Apple TV+. The streaming platform has taken it to its main Twitter page to share the premiere news accompanied by a 48-second video clip.
Apple TV+ has also unveiled an official trailer about Duck & Goose to get a sense of what is in store for your kids. This animation will be your kids’ most binge-able series this summer!
Other Details Concerning 'Duck & Goose'
Duck & Goose adds to Apple TV Plus’s list of best-selling original kids’ series storytellers and educators.
Other shows on the streaming platform include Harriet the Spy, Pinecone and the Pony, Lovely Little Farm, El Deafo, Wolfboy and the Everything Factory, Get Rolling with Otis, and Stillwater, Charlie Brown, and Wolfwalkers, among other shows.