While a premiere date has not been announced for the new cartoon, the Netflix website lists it as coming in 2019–before Fast & Furious 9 arrives in 2020. Additionally, the first look at the series has been released, which shows that the street racing aspect of the film series will be well-represented in the animated series.
Yes, The Fast & The Furious is getting a cartoon spin-off, thanks to Netflix. While the streaming service is already bursting at the seams with original content , this is one project that everyone should be excited about.
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Fast and Furious is heading to TV in the form of an animated series at Netflix. According to a report from Variety , Netflix and DreamWorks Animation TV are producing a Fast and Furious animated TV series that tells the story of Dom Terreto’s cousin Tony.
Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Television reached a deal to make a Fast & Furious cartoon this week. Tim Hedrick who helped write DreamWorks’ Voltron Legendary Defender and Bret Haaland who produced All Hail King Julien and The Penguins of Madagascar will serve as showrunners and executive producers.
According to Variety, the streamer has ordered an animated ”Fast and Furious” series as the first series under an expansion of Netflix’s multi-year deal with DreamWorks Animation Television. The animated series has a new lead character — teen Tony Toretto — who follows in the footsteps of his cousin Dom ( Vin Diesel in the films).
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Netflix will soon let fans of ”The Fast and the Furious” franchise dive into an animated series. But we won’t see familiar characters in the new animated series.
The beloved Fast & Furious franchise is coming to Netflix in a new animated series, the first series in the expansion of a deal between Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Television, reports The
After eight go-rounds on the the big screen, the “Fast & Furious” franchise is zooming to your TV, courtesy of Netflix.