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Zootopia : Season 1 Episode 1

On December 10, 2020, Walt Disney Animation Studios chief creative officer Jennifer Lee announced that a spin-off series titled Zootopia+ and based on the 2016 film Zootopia is in development at the studio for Disney+.[2] Trent Correy and Josie Trinidad, who worked as an animator and head of story for the film, respectively, were set to direct the series.[2] The idea for the series was suggested by Correy during a pitch presentation in 2020, as one of three pitches for potential Disney+ series; he developed a pitch for a Zootopia series due to his interest in wanting to further explore the film's world and characters.[3][4][5] Trinidad was originally set to direct only two episodes for the series, but her excitement to work on the project caused her to be ascended to co-director for the entire series alongside Cortney.[4] The series was produced remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which complicated the production process according to producer Nathan Curtis.[6][4] Correy's pitch featured 10 stories, but four of them had to be discarded due to receiving a 6-episode order.[7] Lee executive-produces the series alongside Zootopia co-directors and Encanto directors Byron Howard and Jared Bush.[4]

Zootopia : Season 1 Episode 1

The series was written during the storyboard process, with story artists writing lines or developing the structure for the story of each episode.[4] Each episode explores secondary characters from Zootopia during the film's events, with the series featuring a different genre per episode, an idea conceived by Correy.[3][8] He was inspired by his work on the Disney+ short Once Upon a Snowman, which focused on Olaf's story during the events of Frozen (2013).[5] The episodes were written in chronological order, with each episode coinciding in airing with the order of the scenes they are set around.[7] The idea of having the series focus on secondary characters during the events of the film was conceived due to the filmmakers wanting to further explore the world and characters depicted in the film.[6] One of episodes explores the life of mob boss Mr. Big from his childhood until his daughter's wedding in an homage to The Godfather Part II, while also exploring immigration issues.[9]

According to Trinidad, some of the shorts were already planned by Correy, while others were conceived during production.[8] Other ideas were changed during production, such as the episode centering on Duke Weaselton, which was originally written as a heist film in the vein of Ocean's Eleven.[7] The idea for the final episode centering on Flash and Priscilla on a restaurant was conceived by Correy, Trinidad, and story supervisor Michael Herrera. Several ideas on how to portray the story were considered, including a nature documentary and a horror story, before conceiving an idea that centered on a new character learning to accept them, as the filmmakers felt Flash didn't "needed to change".[7]

Production designer Jim Finn worked closely with directors of photography Joaquin Baldin and Gina Warr Lawes to develop the visual style for each episode.[4] Editor Shannon Stein worked during the edition process to help establish each episode's distinctive tone and genre.[4]

Five of the episodes were composed by Curtis Green and Mick Giacchino. However, Giacchino's father, Michael Giacchino, who composed for the original Zootopia film, composed the music for "Duke the Musical". The song written for the same episode, "Big Time" was composed by Michael with lyrics by Kate Anderson and Elyssa Samsel (Olaf's Frozen Adventure, Central Park).[4]

After graduating from CalArts, Moore worked for Ralph Bakshi on CBS's Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures, co-writing all 13 season 1 episodes in 1987.[4][5] Moore was one of the original three directors of The Simpsons, directing 17 episodes in the first 5 seasons from 1990 to 1993,[6] including the episodes: "Flaming Moe's", "Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie", and "Marge vs. the Monorail".[7][8] He won a 1991 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program for The Simpsons: Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment,[9] and later return as one of the sequence directors on The Simpsons Movie in 2007.[10]

In 1994, Moore became a producer and supervising director for the animated series The Critic.[6] He then oversaw the creative development and production of Futurama as the show's supervising director. He also directed several episodes of the animated series from 1999 to 2001, including the classic "Roswell That Ends Well",[6][7] for which he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program.[11]

The episode reuses a trimmed version of the ending of the movie with the scene of Flash cutting off Judy and Nick's police cruiser as he runs the red light and continues up to Flash rolling down the window and saying "Nick" but then adds new footage showing Priscilla happily holding their Gazelle tickets and a frantic Sam in the back seat.

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In 2018, Lucasfilm announced they would be producing a show focused on Andor, and four years later, the eponymous TV series premiered on Disney+. Serving as the prequel to the Star Wars film Rogue One, it follows thief-turned-Rebel spy Cassian Andor five years prior to the events of the film. Diego Luna has reprised his role as Andor, and the ensemble cast includes Andria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgård, Genvieve O'Reilly, and more. So far, the series has been said to have helped break the Star Wars fatigue. Season 2 is already in development, so tune into Andor season 1's conclusion with weekly episodes starting November 2.

Based on The Santa Clause film series, The Santa Clauses is the upcoming Disney+ Christmas comedy miniseries. Serving as a continuation of The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, the miniseries will star Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Eric Lloyd as they reprise their roles from the film franchise. The Santa Clauses is set to follow Scott Calvin (Allen) on the brink of his 65th birthday as he realizes that he can't be Santa forever and embarks to find a replacement for himself. The show is set to premiere on November 16 with two episodes.

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