There is a lot of information on new shows coming in the next year and Tiny Trailblazers will be a new Disney Junior Series with executive producers Reese Witherspoon and Claire Curley. Witherspoon will also voice one of the characters on the show, Fern, who is a wildlife specialist.
The show is about two girls, Tilly and Birdie who watch as Tilly’s mother, who is a scientist, handle field research on forest streams. They soon discover all of the glorious nature around them as they develop a friendship. It seems like there is a going to be a deep focus on nature and the natural world with the girls and this sounds like it will be a great way to introduce fun and informative stories while learning.
There should be some great Tiny Trailblazers toys as well once the show releases. Stay tuned for more information.
“TINY TRAILBLAZERS” (Disney Junior Original Series)
Produced by Hello Sunshine in Association With Disney Junior
Executive Producers: Reese Witherspoon, Claire Curley
Geared towards kids aged 2-7, the entertaining stories model positive attitudes about the great outdoors and highlight the importance of environmental conservation and wildlife protection. Partners from National Geographic are consulting on the project. Academy Award-winning actress Reese Witherspoon (“Little Fires Everywhere,” “The Morning Show,” “Walk the Line”) serves as executive producer and will voice one of the mom characters, Fern, a wildlife specialist. The main characters are two girls, an adventurous city kid named Tilly and the more risk-averse Birdie, who befriends her when Tilly’s family moves to a campground while her scientist mom is doing field research on forest streams. As the girls observe their mother’s careers and interests and begin to explore and discover the magic of nature all around them, they develop a supportive friendship and a deep understanding of and appreciation for the natural world. The series also highlights age-appropriate social and emotional lessons about thoughtfulness, self-esteem, good instincts and trying new things.