Apple TV+'s fall kids lineup includes more Peanuts and Wolfboy

Sago Mini Friends

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Apple has launched its slate of Apple TV+ programming aimed at younger users, with returning shows "Get Rolling with Otis" and more "Peanuts Anthology" episodes joined by a bunch of new properties.

Like other streaming platforms, Apple offers a variety of content for all age groups, including children. As part of its fall update to the service, Apple TV+ will be adding more content for younger eyes to watch.

Peanuts Anthology II

Topping the list is the "Peanuts Anthology II," which will bring more classic episodes of the beloved cartoon from September 9. Episodes include "He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown," "It was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown," and "You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown."

Sago Mini Friends

On September 16, the first new series "Sago Mini Friends" will appear on the streaming platform. Produced by Spin Master Entertainment and animated by Brown Bag Films, the preschool show is based upon the popular Sago Mini World app by Sago Mini.

Starring Harvey the floppy-eared dog and friends including Jinja the cat and Jack the rabbit, the gratitude-focused show will take visitors to the joyful town of Sagoville. The show will have characters expressing thankfulness for "all things big and small" via kindness, humor, and original songs.

Wolfboy and the Everything Factory - Season Two

A return of the show inspired by visual artist Toff Mazery, the second season of the animated epic from September 30 will take Wolfboy to a new realm underneath the Everything Factory, responsible for all of the destruction in the universe.

Wolfboy and the Everything Factory
Wolfboy and the Everything Factory

Wolfboy joins new allies and his Spryte friends to undertake a quest to unite the forces of creation and destruction. In the process, he will realize that being different is what makes him special, and that "it's the oddballs and dreamers who change the world."

Get Rolling with Otis - Season Two

Also returning on September 30, the second season of "Get Rolling with Otis" based on the Loren Long Penguin Random House book series welcomes viewers back to Long Hill Dairy Farm. Otis the tractor will go on new adventures, and will ask friends in need how they're feeling and if they need help.

Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show - Season Two

Landing on October 7, the return of "Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show" brings Clover Grove's most thoughtful and caring residents back to screens. The titular Jack will continue to spread compassion, creativity, and imagination in the show, as he encourages everyone in his town to do the same.

Ghostwriter - Season Three

Another Apple TV+ show making a return is "Ghostwriter," with the third season featuring a new cast and a new adventure. Haunting a bookstore, the ghost releases fictional characters into the real world, leading a group of friends to solve a mystery about the ghost's unfinished business.

The third season will start to air on October 21.

Slumberkins

A new series launching on November 4, "Slumberkins is based on the emotional learning brand of the same name, and will bring some of the characters from the books to the small screen. Made by the Jim Henson Company, the show will mix puppets with 2D animation.

Slumberkins
Slumberkins

The show will feature the characters Bigfoot, Unicorn, Sloth, Yak, and Fox, as they explore a world of feelings, including new stories of friendship, confidence, and connection, to model health relationships.

Circuit Breakers

Airing from November 11, "Circuit Breakers" is a half-hour futuristic anthology series that will tackle "kid-relatable issues through a sci-fi lens." However, not everything will be as it seems, and curiosity of characters will lead to chaos.

The show is created by Melody Fox, with executive producer Matt Hastings directing the pilot episode.

Interrupting Chicken

An animated preschool series based on the 2011 Caldecott Honor-winning book series written and illustrated by David Ezra Stein, "Interrupting Chicken" will nudge its way onto Apple TV+ on November 18 to teach the joy of creative writing.

Young chicken Piper has a habit of interrupting stories, asking questions and letting her imagination run wild to try and guess what's going to happen next, or even to insert herself into the story to save the day.