Zootopia+ – Trailer Talk

Zootopia+ - Trailer Talk

Zootopia+ – Trailer Talk

Six years after the release of Disney’s ‘Zootopia’ (or ‘Zootropolis’ in the UK), fans of the film will finally be seeing a return of Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde and the world they inhabit in the form of a mini-series.

‘Zootopia+’ will be released in November, and consists of 6 episodes, focusing on a different character within a different genre.



The world that the 2016 film introduced was so vast and interesting that the next step in this property makes perfect sense. A sequel film can only do so much to fully embrace the expansive world, so a miniseries exploring different parts of the city is a fantastic decision. And it looks like a lot of fun; the charm of the film looks to be present here and the animation is a high quality.

It’s clear that care and love has gone into this series. A miniseries exploring various parts of the city and the different residents is a perfect way to continue the world of ‘Zootopia’ and it looks fantastic.

Zootopia+ (also known as Zootropolis+ in the UKIreland, and the Middle East) is an animated limited television series based upon the 2016 Disney animated feature film, Zootopia, it premiered on Disney+ on November 92022. The series will take place during the events of the movie.


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