First he helped launch a new game console. Then he starred in a series of games that sold billions of copies. Last year he tackled the big screen with his own feature film. Now Sonic the Hedgehog is ready to hit play in another medium. The iconic blue speedster is making the move to television with
The streaming giant has announced it is teaming up with Sega and WildBrain, the production company behind popular children’s properties like
And we hope collecting gold coins. We’ve always liked that part.
Man of Action Entertainment, the creative studio behind
“Sonic is a beloved character and holds a special place in everyone’s heart including my own. I spent many hours with the blue blur as a kid and it’s a privilege to be able to bring this character everyone knows and loves on a brand new adventure with Netflix—one that a generation of loyal fans and brand new fans around the world can enjoy,” said Dominique Bazay, Director of Original Animation at Netflix.
With a target audience between the ages of 6 and 11, it’s unlikely
But if anyone could work on both project at the same time it’s Sonic. That hedgehog is not just fast. He’s prolific.