Netflix has announced a multi-year agreement with Kuku Studios, under which Kuku Studios will exclusively produce animated films and series for Netflix members worldwide.
Kuku’s credits include Ratatouille, Wall-e, Toy Story 3, Monster’s University, and Finding Dory, among others.
Kuku’s first (yet untitled) animated feature film with Netflix, which explores the power and magic of dreams, has been greenlit and will be produced out of Kuku’s Berkeley, CA-based studio.
However, Kuku Studios’ first project for Netflix is the upcoming Go! Go! Cory Carson, a preschool series based on the hit toy line Go! Go! Smart Wheels from VTech Electronics, which launches on Netflix early in 2020.
Go! Go! Cory Carson features Cory, a little kid car with an engine that runs on fun!
Cory and his family live in the town of Bumperton Hills, a charming neighborhood filled with characters of all different makes and models. While navigating the winding roads of childhood, Cory’s eager and playful spirit sometimes veers him off course. Luckily his friends and family are always there to get Cory back on track!
Netflix’s growing slate of feature animated films for families kicks off this November with Klaus and also includes The Willoughbys and Over The Moon, among other yet to be announced titles, in 2020.