Amazon has debuted a brand new animated series for children featuring Aidy Bryant and Eric Knobel called Danger & Eggs. The new series was created by Mike Owens and Shadi Petosky; both serve as executive producers alongside Chris Hardwick.
The 13-episode first season is now available to stream in its entirety on Amazon Prime. Check out the trailer above!
Press release below:
Danger & Eggs follows the endless adventures of a fearless, teal-haired girl named D.D. Danger (Aidy Bryant) and her ever cautious best friend, a giant talking egg named Phillip (Eric Knobel). As the daughter of world-renowned stunt daredevil, Roy Danger, D.D. is following in his footsteps and is always chasing her next big thrill. Luckily for her, Phillip is always there by her side with jerry-rigged safety mechanisms to make her thrill-seeking dreams come true. Together, they go in search of new adventures at their favorite spot, Chicken Paw Park, which is home to Philip's mom Becky, a gargantuan chicken.
The first season finds D.D. and Phillip meeting a raccoon with a thirst for technology, being sucked into a mysterious underground science lab, discovering a lonely robot in an overgrown garden, and taking on a famous zip line. Throughout their journey, they overcome obstacles with the "Buddy System" because even though they are polar opposites, their differences complement each other's strengths and weaknesses to solve problems. Their Buddy System mantra says it all, "You look out for me and I'll look out for you!"
"We are excited to introduce our first animated comedy for children ages 6-11 to our customers," said Tara Sorensen, Head of Kids Programming at Amazon Studios. "We feel incredibly lucky to be working with the caliber of creative talent behind this series."
"For us, the heart of Danger & Eggs is the friendship between Phillip and D.D. that proves you can face fear and danger and have a blast in the process because you are not alone," said Mike Owens. Adds Shadi Petosky: "We can't believe we get to take out our anxiety on a show--putting our inside voices into these characters and seeing if they stay friends."
"I've been passionate about animation my whole life and to produce this series with my animation company fulfills a lifelong goal," says Chris Hardwick, Executive Producer. "This show is funny, touching, and has incredible design--everything I've wanted to make."
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