Spongebob Squarepants has been delighting fans of all ages for two decades, the hit cartoon series has spawned several movies, comics and many other famous things. The world of SpongeBob is set to increase slightly with its first official spinophone, Camp Coral: SpongeBob’s Under Years, which has been publicly presented in art since 2019. Now we have the best data on when – and where – the Spinoff series debuts. It was announced on Thursday that Kamp Koral will move to CBS All Access in 2021as part of a larger rebranding of the streaming service.
Camp Coral will focus on SpongeBob and his friends as they head to the sleeping camp. The group spends their time building underwater bonfires, catching jellyfish and swimming in Lake Yukimuk in the most expressive camp in the kelp forest.
Camp Coral will use 3D animation, as opposed to the 2D animation used in the flagship series. He will see the return of voice actors Tom Kenny (Sponge Bob Square Pants), Bill Fagerback (Patrick Star), Roger Bampas (squid), Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy Steaks), Mr. Lawrence (Plan) (Mrs. Poof), Jill Tully (Karen) and Lori Alan (Pearl) to their iconic roles. New additions to Camp Coral: SpongeBob’s Under Years starring Carlos Alazraki (Rocco’s modern life) and Kate Higgins (Blaze and monster machine) as the new characters Nobby and Narlen, narwhal brothers who live in the forest surrounding the camp.
“When our younger characters first meet Camp Coral: SpongeBob’s Under Years, among them is instant chemistry that can only be passed on to the incredible talents that have been living and breathing them every day for the past two decades, “said Ramsey Knight, executive vice president of animation production and development, Nickelodeon. that original sponge Bob join our new series, which is incredibly inventive and fun, and visually stunning in CG. “
The series’ transition to full access to CBS is the next SpongeBob movie, The Movie SpongeBob: Sponge on the go, misses theaters altogether, after being twice delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The film will now be released digitally, including an exclusive broadcast on CBS All Access in early 2021.
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