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Trailer: ‘Lost Ollie’ Brings a Heartwarming Childhood Adventure to Netflix

Lost Ollie
Lost Ollie



Trailer: ‘Lost Ollie’ Brings a Heartwarming Childhood Adventure to Netflix

Netflix today debuted the official trailer to Lost Ollie, introducing audiences to a new breed of brave bunny hero. Premiering August 24, the 4 x 45′ limited series blends live action and CGI-animated puppets to tell the story of a little lost stuffed toy and his quesst to reunite with his human best friend.

Synopsis: Lost Ollie is an epic adventure about a lost toy who braves the many dangers of childhood as he searches the countryside to reunite with the boy who lost him; and the story of the boy who lost more than a best friend. It’s a heartwarming tale for the child in us all, remembering those special souls that we’ve lost but who forever changed our lives. Inspired by the book Ollie’s Odyssey by renowned author and illustrator William Joyce.

Shannon Tindle (Kubo and the Two Strings, Coraline) serves as creator, writer and executive producer. The series was directed by Academy Award winner Peter Ramsey (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) who also serves as executive producer. Shawn Levy and Josh Barry executive produce for 21 Laps Entertainment along with Emily Morris as co-executive producer. Brandon Oldenburg and Lampton Enochs also executive produce.

The series features the voices of Jonathan Groff as Ollie, Mary J. Blige and Tim Blake Nelson, and live actors Gina Rodriguez, Jake Johnson and Kesler Talbot as Billy. Read more about the cast and characters here.

Lost Ollie

(L-R) Rosy (Mary J. Blige), Ollie (Jonathan Groff) and Zozo (Tim Blake Nelson) in ‘Lost Ollie’ [Netflix © 2022]

21 Laps is the production company behind PGA Award-winning global phenomenon Stranger Things, Oscar-nominated film Arrival, Netflix hit series Shadow and Bone, hit movie Free Guy, hit Netflix movie The Adam Project and upcoming limited series All the Light We Cannot See, an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr.

Read all about the making of Lost Ollie in the August ’22 issue of Animation Magazine (No. 322), available now!

Lost Ollie


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