A comedy-mystery series that has a synopsis that reminds me a lot of Gravity Falls with a lead character that reminds me of Theodore J. ‘T.J.’ Detweiler for some reason. So we do not have a lot to go off of besides the description and the first image, but to say it looks super promising is an understatement. This is now probably the show that we are most hype for that has been announced in a long time, please let The Sunnyridge 3 be a serialized cartoon that last, oh let’s say 3 seasons with an epic conclusion.
The Sunnyridge 3 has three best friends investigating all sorts of strange things happening at a shopping center on the edge of London called the Sunnyridge Mall. The three main characters, London. Rose, Jeru, start to realize that the current summer has the weirdness meter peaking though, and they try to figure out what is going on. We just can’t wait to watch this and the animation style is exactly what we like based on the image we have seen. Looking forward to a release date and some casting news for The Sunnyridge 3.
“THE SUNNYRIDGE 3” (Disney+)
Link to “The Sunnyridge 3” first look image
Creators: Stevie Gee and Essy May
Executive Producers: Chapman Maddox, Jen Coatsworth, James Stevenson Bretton, Jon Rutherford, Benjamin Lole
Director: Liz Whittaker
Head Writer: Jack Bernhardt
Produced by: Blink Industries and Boat Rocker for Disney EMEA
In the original comedy-mystery series “The Sunnyridge 3,” a trio of lifelong best friends investigate strange goings-on in a uniquely bizarre shopping center on the fringes of suburban London. Rose, Jeru and Wayne practically grew upat the Sunnyridge Mall, but this summer, the weirdness has gone to a whole new level. With their imaginations running wild, they will chase down any conspiracy theory no matter where it leads. Could it be werewolves, hauntings or an ancient curse? Robots, aliens or renegade AI? The trio will discover that the truth is always stranger than fiction in this unpredictable genre-bending mashup created by British team Stevie Gee and Essy May. Multiple award-winning U.K. animation studio Blink Industries (“Dead End: Paranormal Park,” “Love, Death & Robots”) produces, in association with multiple award-winning global entertainment company Boat Rocker (“Dino Ranch,” “Love Monster”).