If you wanted more Transformers, then we got some great news for you …you’re gonna get more, in just a few days! Just as Star Trek keeps expanding into animation, Transformers is doing the same, with Transformers: EarthSpark, which is set to debut with its first 10 half-hour episodes on November 11, with the remaining 14 to be released at a later date.
And Transformers: EarthSpark isn’t pulling any punches, because it’s bringing a start-studded voice cast, some big lore changes and the kind of visuals that look to make it a must for adults and children alike. But, what exactly is going on in Transformers EarthSpark? Here’s everything we know.
The show’s voice cast will include Danny Pudi, Kathreen Khavari as Thrash, Sydney Mikayla, Zion Broadnax, Jon Jon Briones, Alan Tudyk, Rory McCann, Cissy Jones and Diedrich Bader, with Pudi (Bumblebee), Tudyk (Optimus Prime) and McCann (Megatron) voicing the most recognizable characters. Mikayla and Broadnax, meanwhile, will play the young siblings the story revolves around.
What’s it about?
The official synopsis gives us a pretty good idea where the show is going:
“The all-new animated series (26 episodes) introduces a new generation of Transformers robots–the first Transformers robots to be born on Earth–and together with the human family who welcomes them in and cares for them, they’ll redefine what it means to be a family.”
The clip also revealed that the fate of the planet will lie in the hands of two young siblings who inadvertently form a direct connection with two new Terran
What does the show look like?
Well, here is the poster:
And here are the trailers:
Are there any sneak peeks?
Sure there are, and you can check them out right here:
A new species of Transformers must find their place and purpose among Autobots, Decepticons, and the human family who adopts them.
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Transformers: EarthSpark is set to stream exclusively on Paramount+ in the United States on November 11, and will stream on Paramount+ and air on select Nickelodeon channels internationally.