Apple TV+ have revealed their upcoming slate of Peanuts classics and all-new originals, with a global roll-out beginning March 4th.
Further celebrating the beloved characters of the late Charles M. Schulz, the Peanuts catalogue continues to grow with the return of Apple Original Series ‘The Snoopy Show’. The new season will premiere with six all-new episodes featuring Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang, followed shortly by two brand new holiday-themed specials.
Joining Peanuts fans around the globe on April 15th is ‘It's the Small Things, Charlie Brown’ a new original special in celebration of Earth Day featuring an original song by American singer-songwriter Ben Folds. This will be followed by ‘To Mom (and Dad), With Love,’ a new Mother’s Day special premiering May 6th.
Also coming to Apple TV+ via its partnership with WildBrain is an anthology of classic television specials that will be made available to stream for the very first time on March 4th. These include ’Charlie Brown’s All Stars!,’ ‘You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown,’ ‘She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown,’ ‘It’s Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown’ and ‘Snoopy’s Reunion.’
It's great to see the Peanuts catalogue continue to grow on TV+ with new shows and specials and the restoration of classic episodes for both longtime fans and a new generation to enjoy. Check out the first trailer for The Snoopy Show’s sophomore season below.
Fun Fact: Schulz insisted on drawing and writing every single edition of Peanuts himself. Publishing a total of 17,897 comic strips over the course of its 50-year run, he took a single vacation for his 75th birthday
'The Snoopy Show's debut season is now available to stream on Apple TV+ ahead of its sophomore season premiere.
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