DreamWorks Animation today announced that The Croods: Family Tree series, inspired by the hit film The Croods: A New Age, premieres on Peacock and Hulu September 23. Watch the prehistoric preview below!
Consisting of six episodes, The Croods: Family Tree continues the ever-evolving story of the Croods and the Bettermans as they learn to live together on the most idyllic farm in prehistory.
The journey from sparring rivals to unlikely friends is fraught with hilarious misadventures as the two families slowly overcome their differences to turn a tree house divided into a tree home united.
Kelly Marie Tran returns as the voice of “Dawn” alongside new addition Amy Landecker as “Ugga.” Mark Banker (Go, Dog. Go!) and Todd Grimes (The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants) serve as executive producers.
The series also features the voices of Kiff VandenHeuvel (This Is Us) as Grug; Ally Dixon (The Interview) as Eep; AJ Locascio (Voltron Legendary Defender) as Thunk; and Dee Bradley Baker (Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts) as Sandy.
The cast is rounded out by Artemis Pebdani (Big City Greens) as Gran; Darin Brooks (The Bold and the Beautiful) as Guy; Matthew Waterson (Tales of Arcadia) as Phil; and Amy Rosoff (Scandal, Criminal Minds) as Hope.
In 2013, the modern day was introduced to the first family of the prehistoric one with The Croods.
Starring Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Cloris Leachman and Clark Duke, the Academy Award-nominated comedy about a clan dealing with their changing world swept up global audiences, reminding us of the timeless importance of family… and just how little we’ve evolved.
Since then, The Croods has become a global franchise, earning more than $785 million worldwide. In 2020, DreamWorks Animation invited audiences on an all-new adventure back in time with The Croods: A New Age.
Having survived their fair share of dangers and disasters, from fanged prehistoric beasts to the end of the world, The Croods faced their biggest challenge of all: another family. And their adventures are just beginning.
DreamWorks Animation is one of the world’s leading producers of high-quality, animated family programming, reaching consumers in more than 190 countries. The studio has garnered 27 Emmy Awards since inception in 2013 and is home to such beloved series as Spirit Riding Free, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Archibald’s Next Big Thing, Kipo & the Age of Wonderbeasts, and The Boss Baby: Back in Business,
The company’s series also include Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants, Dragons: Race to the Edge, All Hail King Julien, and the recently-released Gabby’s Dollhouse and Go, Dog. Go!