Netflix has released a trailer for season one of Green Eggs and Ham. Adapted from Dr. Seuss’ beloved children’s book into a 13-episode series, the show follows the road trip of two strangers, voiced by Adam Devine and Michael Douglas, who are brought together through a mix-up and forced on a journey to return a rare creature to its natural habitat. Check out the trailer!
“In Green Eggs and Ham, extroverted and optimistic Sam I Am (voiced by Devine) rescues a rare Chickeraffe from the Glurfsburg Zoo, hides it in a briefcase, and attempts to make his way to Meepville in order to charter a cold air balloon to return the displaced animal to its island home. Meanwhile, introverted, plodding pessimist Guy Am I (Douglas) flops during his final big bid to become a world-famous inventor for the industrial Snerz Co. and resigns himself to a life of watching paint dry. A chance meeting in a diner leads to a pair of mixed-up briefcases and, before we know it, these two unlikely heroes are flung together on an expedition of self-discovery and culinary delight.”
The hand-drawn 2D animated series will be available for streaming on November 8th, 2019.
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Kelly Conley identifies herself as a lifelong bookworm, aspiring writer and editor, chronic chocoholic, and animated movie lover. She also enjoys playing volleyball with her family and friends. Kelly is currently studying Professional Writing and Information Design at Cedarville University, Ohio. As a little girl, Kelly was fed a steady diet of Disney and Pixar classics. Her favorite ones growing up included Disney’s famous Beauty and the Beast and Pixar’s delectable Ratatouille. Animated movies have always been magical to Kelly even as an adult. With the simple ingredients of a good story, music, colors, voices, and a strong imagination, new worlds and characters can be created and brought to the silver screen for everyone to enjoy.
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