If you are looking to dive into the world of animation and have run out of options to watch, read on to know more about the Upcoming animated series that we are excited for.
Release date- Fall of 2020
Platform- Amazon Prime
Amazon will introduce another superhero genre to its list with an upcoming animated series called Invincible. Based on a critically acclaimed comic book character of the same name, by Robert Kirkman, it will be about the 17-year-old teenage son of Omni-man who is the most powerful superhero of the world. On his seventeenth birthday, Mark Grayson develops powers of his own and comes under the tutelage of his father. He soon realises that his father has an alter-ego called Nolan Grayson. Working like a novelist, the perfect cover for a spy and alien impostor, he along with his alien race plans an invasion on earth soon after gaining the trust of the authorities.
Castlevania: Season 4
Release date- Second half of 2021
Animated by Powerhouse Animations, the movie is an adaptation from a popular video-game franchise of the same name. It is a Netflix Original horror movie. It follows the story of a vampire hunter who tries to save a city captured by otherworldly creatures including Dracula himself. The show grew extremely in demand soon after the release of its first season on 7 July 2017.
The Promised Neverland
Release date- October
The Promised Neverland is a Television series adaptation by CloverWorks of a Japanese Manga series by Kaiu Shirai. The story revolves around an orphan girl and her efforts to escape from the orphanage. It premiered from January to March 2019 in the Noitamina programming block. The second season has been announced to be released in January 2021. However, a live-action adaptation will release in December 2020.
Attack on the Titans: The Final Season
Release date- Early 2021
The show is a Japanese dark fantasy anime television series adapted from the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama. In order to take revenge for the destruction caused by a Titan in one incident, Eren and his group of friends join the Scout Regiment, a group of elite soldiers who fight the titans. Season 4 will focus on what happened to Eren and his friends in the aftermath of Season 3. Several new titans are seen in the trailer, who might influence the battle with Marley.
What If…?- Season 1
Release date- mid 2021
What If is a web television anthology series based on a Marvel comic of the same name. It explores what would happen if major events in the 23 films of Marvel Universe occurred differently. Created by A.C. Bradely and narrated by Jeffery Wright, the first season will consist of 10 episodes. Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige has now told Buzzfeed Brasil that the second show is already in making and will have the same number of episodes.
Big Mouth- Season 4
Release date- Friday, October 2, 2020 or the week after on October 9.
This is an Upcoming animated series about teenage friends who find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty. It’s an edgy comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg. The show portrays uncomfortable concepts like hormones, shame, and depression as animated creatures.
Jenny Slate has given up her role of Missy in the show as she thinks that only a black person should play the role of a black person and she herself is white.
Maya And The Three
Release date- Summer of 2021
Created, written and directed by the director of the book of Life, Maya and the Three is a story of a Mesoamerican princess. In order to help save the world of men and gods, she embarks on a journey to recruit three legendary warriors. The series is co-written by Silvia Olivas with Jeff Ranjo acting as the head of the story
GO! GO! Cory Carson
Release date- October 2, 2020
Go! Go! Cory Carson is also known as Toot-Toot Cory Carson is based on the toyline of Go! Go! Smart Wheels from VTech Electronics. This animated pre-school series from Kuku Studios in Berkely follows the adventures of a kid Car Cory Carson as he navigates the winding roads of childhood in Bumperton Hills. His childhood struggles of starting school, making friends, and learning responsibility are to be shown in the cartoon. It is produced by Alex Woo (Wall-e, Ratatouille), Stanley Moore (Finding Dory, Monster’s University) and Tone Thyne (Wonder Pets!, The Adventures of Napkin Man!).
Release date- TBA
This upcoming animated series produced by Glen Keane (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast), Max Keane and Gennie Rim (Dear Basketball) is the story of a six-year-old boy who dreams big. He has a honking and snorting truck as his friend with whom he goes on adventures like going to the dentist or learning to fly.
Release date- TBA
This upcoming animated series produced from the maker of Powerpuff girls and Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends Craig McCracken is about a young boy who dreams of becoming a hero. When he stumbles upon some cosmic stones, he finally starts to realise his dreams. However, the line between fantasy and reality is completely big. This turns into one of his biggest challenges as he struggles to be a good person.
Monsters at Work
Release date- November 12, 2020
A TV show spin-off of the universe of Pixar’s Monsters Inc and Monsters University animated films takes place six months later. The series will be focused on a new character, Tylor Tuskmon, who aspires to work alongside his idols, Mike Wazowski and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan.
Beauty and the Beast prequel
Release date- Winters 2020
This series will feature Luke Evans and Josh God as they reprise their roles from the recent musical remake, Beauty and the Beast. It hasn’t been announced that when this upcoming animated series story will take place or how far will it be from the events of Disney’s original film.
However, there will reportedly be six episodes complete with music from composer Alan Menken.