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The 10-episode first season premieres on Hulu and Peacock ​November 9, 2020

It isn’t easy being small, but backyard pals “The Mighty Ones”—aka Rocksy, Twig, Leaf, and Very Berry—see their tiny world as one huge, never-ending adventure. Created and executive produced by animation veterans ​Sunil Hall​ (​Pickle and Peanut, The Mighty B!)​ and ​Lynne Naylor ​(​Samurai Jack, The Ren & Stimpy Show), the 10-episode first season of The Mighty Ones premieres ​November 9, 2020,​ on Hulu and Peacock.

Every backyard contains a secret world filled with tiny creatures. The Mighty Ones follows the hilarious adventures of four small-but-mighty best friends: a twig, a pebble, a leaf, and a strawberry. The pals live in an unkempt yard belonging to a trio of equally unkempt humans and, despite the obstacles they face, are always up for whatever life throws at them. Whether they’re soaring on soda lids, getting stuck in a ball of sticky goop or worshipping a broken toilet, each day holds the promise of new adventures and surprises.

Led by Hall and Naylor, the series’ creative team has worked on some of the most influential animated series of the last two decades (​The Ren & Stimpy Show,​​ SpongeBob SquarePants,​​ The Powerpuff Girls,​​ Samurai Jack, South Park and more)​. The Mighty Ones blends laugh-out-loud storytelling with a distinct visual style—and a whole lot of heart.

DreamWorks The Mighty Ones features the voices of Jessica McKenna (Little Big Awesome) as “Rocksy,” Alex Cazares (The Boss Baby: Back in Business) as “Very Berry,” Jimmy Tatro (Modern Family) as “Leaf,” and Josh Brener (Silicon Valley) as “Twig.”



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