Monster High is hot hot hot with a new animated series coming to Nickelodeon on Friday, October 28th as a comedy-adventure series with 26 episodes. A clip of the show has now been revealed and we are really digging the animation, the coloring is so well done and gives it a great vibe. The video also gives us a scene from the show which is great so you really get an understanding of the show dynamics. There are a ton of characters for the show and you can see who will be providing the voices below. The focus will be on Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Frankie Stein, and Deuce Gorgon as they discover who they are while at Monster High.
You can also check out our interview Talking MONSTER HIGH: The Movie With Jy Prishkulnik – Exclusive Video Interview which gives a lot of great info on the upcoming live action movie.
NICKELODEON AND MATTEL DEBUT SNEAK PEEK AND KEY ART FOR MONSTER HIGH, ALL-NEW ANIMATED SERIES PREMIERING FRIDAY, OCT. 28
Ken Marino, Felicia Day, Valeria Rodriquez, Scott Menville, Cole Massie, Victoria T Washington, Jordan R. Coleman, and Krystina Alabado Join the Voice Cast in Original Series
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Nickelodeon and Mattel today revealed a sneak peek clip and official key art for the original animated series Monster High, which will premiere in the U.S. on Friday, Oct. 28 at 7:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. The comedy-adventure series following the teenage children of famous monsters will also debut in Canada, the UK and Australia later this year on Nickelodeon and Paramount+, and in additional international territories in 2023.
Also announced today is an all-star lineup of additional voice talent:
– Ken Marino (Reno 911!) as Dracula – Dracula is about 4,000 years old and Draculaura’s dad. He wants to be a good father but does not always have the necessary tools for the job.
– Felicia Day (Mystery Science Theater 3000) as Ghoulia Yelps – Curious, clever, and with ultra-fast fingers, Ghoulia is a zombie and the top gamer at Monster High.
– Valeria Rodriquez (The Valley of Tears) as Spectra Vondergeist – This ghostly girl makes up for her translucent appearance by being super chatty. She just wants to be seen!
– Scott Menville (Teen Titans Go!) as Romulus – Romulus is the current head of the were pack at Monster High, though he’s still got a bit of learning and growing to do.
– Cole Massie (Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers) as Finnegan Wake – Charming and chill, Finnegan is a merman who uses a wheelchair to get around on land. He has a beautiful singing voice, just like his aunties, the sirens.
– Victoria T Washington (Dropouts) as Howleen – Howleen is a natural leader who values integrity over the pack mindset and always speaks her mind.
– Jordan R. Coleman (A Million Little Things) as Manny Taur – Big, bull-headed Manny looks like a brute, but he’s the gentlest kid at school. With his penchant for solving puzzles, he’s one of the only students that can compete with Draculaura for honors as a top student.
– Krystina Alabado (Sesame Street Mecha Builders) as Nefera De Nile – Nefera is the mummy who has it all – beauty, popularity, royalty, and a heart of gold (literally, she dipped her heart in gold and keeps it in a jar).
The new voice actors join previously announced cast members Gabrielle Nevaeh Green (Clawdeen Wolf), Courtney Lin (Draculaura), Iris Menas (Frankie Stein), Tony Revolori (Deuce Gorgon), Kausar Mohammed (Cleo De Nile), Valeria Rodriguez (Lagoona Blue), Alexa Kahn (Torelei Stripe), Alexander Polinsky (Heath Burns), and Debra Wilson (Headmistress Bloodgood).
The all-new series (26 episodes) follows Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Frankie Stein, and Deuce Gorgon, as they discover who they are, embrace their differences, and learn to be fierce and fearless at the one place they all belong: Monster High.
In addition to the animated series, a live-action television movie musical based on the iconic franchise is slated to premiere Thursday, Oct. 6 on Nickelodeon and Paramount+. Both projects join other Mattel Television content in production, including series and specials based on Barbie, Masters of the Universe, Thomas & Friends, Polly Pocket, Pictionary and Fireman Sam, to name a few.
Mattel first introduced Monster High in 2010, and it quickly became one of the most successful and beloved kids’ properties of all time. The franchise seeks to foster a more accepting world where everyone is proud to be their authentic self, which is more relevant now than ever before. Today, Monster High is back with a reimagined set of fangtastic characters reflected in a new set of dolls, accessories, apparel, costumes and more inspired by the original ghouls for a new generation that embraces what makes them unique and rallies people everywhere to express themselves.
Shea Fontana (Polly Pocket) serves as showrunner and co-executive producer of Monster High, with Nick Filippi (Big Hero 6: The Series) as supervising producer. Production is overseen for Nickelodeon by Claudia Spinelli, Senior Vice President, Big Kids Animation and Nikki Price, Director of Franchise Animation. Fred Soulie, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mattel Television, and Christopher Keenan,
Senior Vice President of Creative, serve as executive producers for Mattel.