Tumble Leaf


Tumble Leaf is an Emmy -winning Amazon Studios original series that premiered in 2014. It is a stop motion animated series for preschool-aged children and is based on the short filmMiro . [2] Created by animator Drew Hodges ( Saturday Night Live , Community ) and Stop-Motion Studio Bix Pix Entertainment, Tumble Leaf features an anthropomorphic blue foxnamed Fig and his caterpillar friend Other residents of the island of Tumble Leaf, helping preschoolers learn basic science lessons through playful examples. Additional regular characters include Maple (Brooke Wolloff), Rutabaga (Jodi Downs), Hedge (Landon Clay), Pine (Addie Zintel), and Ginkgo (Gary Littman). Each episode consists of two 11-minute stories with a variety of items. Continue reading

Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street


Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street is an American live action family television series created by David Anaxagoras. The series is presented on Amazon Video. The series follows Gortimer Gibbon and his two best friends, Mel and Ranger, as they navigate Normal Street, a seemingly ordinary suburb with hints of something magical just below the surface. Continue reading

Thunderbirds Are Go (TV series)


Thunderbirds Are Go is a British-New Zealand science fiction television programme produced by ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures. It is a remake of the 1960s television series Thunderbirds created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson that follows the exploits of International Rescue, a secret life-saving organisation equipped with technologically advanced rescue craft for sea, land, air and space rescue. Central to the organisation’s work is a fleet of five vehicles named the Thunderbirds, each piloted by one of the Tracy brothers. Continue reading

Just Add Magic (TV series)

Just Add Magic is an American live-action family television series, loosely based on the book of the same name by Cindy Callaghan. [1] It was produced by Amazon Studios . A pilot was produced in 2015 and the series commissioned for a full season the following year. [2] Amazon Prime Returns: The New York Times, Vol. [3] Continue reading