Amazon’s Annedroids Season 3 will arrive on 24th June
Staff Reporter | On 10, Jun 2016
Season 3 of Annedroids will arrive on Friday 24th June.
The live-action adventure series follows Anne, a young female scientist, her human friends and the android assistants she’s created, and the scientific discoveries they make, while undertaking the biggest experiment of them all: growing up. The series spotlights, through trial and error, how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can inspire children to do great things.
Created by J.J. Johnson (Dino Dan), the new season of Amazon’s original series, which recently garnered 10 Daytime Emmy nominations, continues the journey of Anne and her friends as they inspire children—through trial and error—to identify problems, ask questions, and experiment.
The third season brings back Anne (Addison Holley), and her friends Nick (Jadiel Dowlin) and Shania (Adrianna Di Liello). The trio embarks on more adventures and experiments with their android friend, Pal (voiced by Millie Davis), who’s more interested than ever in becoming a real kid. This season finds Nick banned from the junkyard by his mom, Anne upgrading junkyard security, and Shania trying her best to help things return to normal. New friends and familiar faces joining this season include Zack (Jonny Gray – Max and Shred), who helps Anne build a new dogdroid named Fangs, and Charlie (Devyn Nekoda – Backstage), who mistakes Pal for a real kid and takes Pal to the mall.
“We’re excited to debut a third season of Annedroids and are thrilled about the series’ recent recognition with the Television Academy,” says Tara Sorensen, Head of Kids Programming at Amazon Studios. “Our customers have embraced Anne and her tenacity to innovate through trial and error, a powerful message to kids.”
“Annedroids continues to defy stereotypes and expectations,” adds Johnson. “We’re humbled by the critical acclaim the show has received.”
Here’s a trailer for the new season, which is available on Amazon Prime Video later this month, as part of a £5.99 monthly subscription.