Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - Netflix

Posted on Fri 28 June 2019 in netflix

It's tough being a teenager. School. Family. Social life. Social networks. It's a lot of pressure, especially if you're expected to follow in your parents' footsteps and become, say, a doctor or a lawyer or a giant or a… Hey, wait a minute. A giant?! Yes. A giant. Or worse, a Tooth Fairy. Now that's pressure. So imagine if your parents were iconic fairytale characters with celebrity status who can cast amazing spells, fly on tiny fairy wings or take out an entire village with a single stomp of their big toe? Wouldn't that make your teen life even harder? Yup. Especially if you're like Jeremiah, Trafalgar and Fury and you've got your own ideas about what's important in life! Fairy Tale Estates is a fantastical world where people live in shoes and gingerbread houses. The highest-rating reality show is about three pigs and a wolf trying to make a go of it in a one-b.

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-12-31

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - Ánima Estudios - Netflix

Ánima Estudios (stylized and also known as ÁNiMA) is an animation studio founded in 2002 by Fernando De Fuentes and Jose C. Garcia De Letona. The leading and most prestigious animation studio in Latin America, it is best known for producing highly successful animated content including recognizable brands such as El Chavo, Top Cat, the Leyendas franchise, and Familia Telerín. As of 2018, it has expanded its global distribution reach to include countries such as the United Kingdom, South Korea, Russia and China. It has offices in Mexico City, Madrid and Las Palmas (Canary Islands.)

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - 2010-2011: International expansion and success of Top Cat - Netflix

On 11 May 2010, Kung Fu Magoo, an action comedy film based on the popular cartoon character, Mr. Magoo, was released direct-to-video in the United States, and later has its television premiere on Disney XD on February 7, 2011. In the English version, the film features the voices of Chris Parnell, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Alyson Stoner, and Kenny Mayne as himself. On 22 January 2010, the studio released their fifth animated film, AAA – Sin Límite en el Tiempo, which is the fictional take on the most popular Mexican lucha libre professional wrestling league, AAA. On 16 September 2011, the studio released its seventh animated film, Top Cat: The Movie, a.k.a. Don Gato y su Pandilla in Mexico, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is based on the short-lived Hanna Barbera cartoon, Top Cat. The film became a huge box office success in Mexico and one of the most successful releases ever for a Mexican production. On 28 September 2011, the company has announced an international partnership with Australia's SLR Productions, Home Plate Entertainment, and Ireland's Telegael to create a new animated series, called Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. The show was loosely based on the studio's first film, Magos y Gigantes and premiered on 31 December 2012 on Seven Network in Australia. It was sold to over 35 countries including Spain (TV), HBO Asia and The Hub in the US. On 21 October 2011, the studio released a horror-comedy film, La Leyenda de la Llorona, which is a sequel to Animex's La Leyenda de la Nahuala. The movie was among the top 5 most successful movies of the year in Mexico.

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - References - Netflix