“Monster High” is the new animated series to check out, and it’s sure to be a hit with kids and parents alike. The premise of the series is pretty simple: high school students who are also monsters attend school together. But what makes this series so special is the non-binary character, the incredible queer voice cast that brings these characters to life, as well as the beautiful animation and production values. So, should you watch “Monster High”? That’s up to you, but I think it’s worth a try!
Nickelodeon and Mattel have partnered to create a 26-episode animated series called “Monster High” based on the popular toy franchise of the same name and echoing the movie of the same name released earlier this month.
The series follows four iconic characters from the franchise, namely:
They will be joined by other characters like:
The series will focus on the school and personal lives of the characters at the eponymous Monster High, a school for monsters.
While the series will undoubtedly be full of excitement and adventure, it will also offer viewers the opportunity to watch the characters discover who they are. They will learn to accept their differences as monsters and grow up to be the fierce and fearless beasts they are meant to be.
The characters are all richly developed and lovable in their own ways, and it will be a joy to watch them navigate their way through life at Monster High.
Lin’s photo by Stephanie Girard and Mohammed’s photo by herself
The series co-written by Shea Fontana and Lila Scott will feature a wide range of LGBTQ+ actors in the lead roles. Thus:
The upcoming animated series will also feature:
The rest of the cast consists of:
The trailer for “Monster High” introduces viewers to a cast of colorful teenage children of famous monsters. It also introduces viewers to their school. And as it shows, the characters have a lot of fun along the way.
Since Mattel first introduced Monster High in 2010, the iconic Monster High franchise has been wildly successful. It has been praised for its positive representation of diversity, and its message of inclusion has helped make it one of the most beloved franchises for kids and adults alike.
The “Monster High” cartoon is sure to be a hit with viewers of all ages as well.
The cartoon provides valuable lessons on how to celebrate differences. Its unique and engaging characters encourage children to be proud of their authentic identity, which is sure to resonate with young viewers, teaching them the importance of embracing difference.
“Monster High” is a refreshing reminder we are all special and deserve to be loved and accepted for who we are.
“Monster High” will debut on October 28 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT on Nickelodeon and Paramount+.