Bee and PuppyCat may have started at Kickstarter, but season 2 of the breakout show is coming to Netflix on September 6th. The show follows a temp worker, Bee and her friend/companion PuppCat as they travel across the universe to take on jobs to help pay the rent. The show has a great animation style and will feature 16 new half-hour episodes for the season. The season will give the people that have not seen the shorts an introduction to the characters as they launch into a new story.
We have watched the trailer and are excited to see Bee and PuppyCat coming to Netflix with the Lazy in Space season on September 6th.
FREDERATOR STUDIOS ANNOUNCES HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED RETURN OF ANIMATION SENSATION BEE & PUPPYCAT
Created by Adventure Time Artist Natasha Allegri, New Season of Cult-Favorite Animated Series Comes to Netflix September 6
The wait is over! From its start as a 2-part, 10-minute short that became an immediate hit amassing millions of views, to a record-breaking Kickstarter campaign that brought the series to its first full season, fans have driven the breakout success of cult animated web series Bee and PuppyCat, and keep wanting more. Now, the hit series created by Natasha Allegri (“Adventure Time”) and produced by Frederator Studios (“Adventure Time” and “Castlevania”) will delight fans once again with new adventures in the debut of its all-new season, Lazy in Space, dropping September 6 on Netflix.
Bee and PuppyCat follows a twenty-something temp worker named Bee and her mysterious companion PuppyCat as the two travel on fantastic adventures across space while taking on various intergalactic odd jobs to help make rent.
With its stylistically distinct look and feel, outlandishly original characters and storytelling, Bee and PuppyCat shares creator Natasha Allegri’s unique creative mastery and vision in this new season featuring 16 new half-hour episodes.
The new season will kick off with a re-introduction to the beloved characters and a re-imagining of the original storyline, before launching into the all-new story arc that further showcases the charm and originality of the show’s voice and its comic, yet dreamy, appeal unmatched in other popular animated series.
“When I think about making stuff, I think about who I’m making it for,” says series creator Natasha Allegri. “The person I made Bee and Puppycat for is someone who is chaotic, who likes entertainment, and cute stuff, maybe a little bit socially unaware, who wants something comforting.”
“The incredibly talented team on the series are truly outstanding,” adds Kevin Kolde, Executive Producer. “It’s a rush to see that early buzz has already pushed the new series to trend on Twitter and TikTok with millions of views, and we know fans will love what’s coming as much as we do.”
Bee and PuppyCat was created by Natasha Allegri and produced by Frederator Studios in partnership with OLM, Inc. with Executive Producers Natasha Allegri, Eric Homan, Kevin Kolde, Michael Hirsh, Toshiaki Okuno, Fred Seibert, Junichi Yanagihara and Art Directors Hans Tseng and Efrain Farias. Series animation was done by OLM, Inc., with Allegri, Tseng and Farias relocating to Japan during production to oversee creative direction.