TV Shows That Will Blow Everyone Away In 2024

Moana is back, but this time for television in “Moana: The Series.” The animated musical series will continue telling Moana’s story following the events of the 2016 film. Disney+ hasn’t revealed much about the upcoming show, but, as managing editor of Nerdist Alicia Lutes noted to USA Today, Moana’s empathy and compassion make her such an interesting character. The way she helped the goddess Te Fiti instead of trying to vanquish her was “a powerful thing to see in a children’s movie, especially between two women,” Lutes added. So, regardless of where the plot takes the series, viewers can expect Moana’s core character traits to shine through.

The series will be helmed by David G. Derrick Jr. (“Encanto”), rather than Ron Clements and John Musker, who directed the 2016 animated feature. Clements and Musker are both busy with the “Princess and the Frog” spinoff, “Tiana,” which is on track for its 2023 release. “Moana: The Series” was on the same timeline, but has since been pushed back to 2024 to allow more time for production.

Auli’i Cravalho is reprising her role as the title character, but no other casting announcements have been made yet, so it’s unclear if the likes of Dwayne Johnson will return for the series. Disney could use this opportunity to throw some new characters in the mix. Regardless, the series promises to be an exciting adventure as “Moana and her friends continue to explore the South Pacific,” per IMDb.

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