Netflix Casts Jennifer Garner inn Llama Llama; Greenhouse Academy Announces Cast!

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner is Llama Llama’s Mama Llama. Netflix made the announcement today. The series is based on the series of bestselling children’s books by Anne Dewey.

Also today, Netflix announced that tween thriller/mystery series Greenhouse Academy (formerly The Greenhouse) has completed its casting.

Follow the jump for details.

go to link government paid viagra thesis on mass communication beschreibung englisch beispiel essay http://kanack.org/statement/mayor-of-casterbridge-essay-topics/26/ student room viagra get link cheap scholarship essay writing for hire for phd day 31 with clomid how do i block my number when sending a text on iphone cerebral palsy research paper https://businesswomanguide.org/capstone/term-paper-topics-for-intermediate-accounting/22/ get link watch click here go here ordering generic cialis from india enter site https://journeysmobilevet.com/edimprove/augmentin-en-ligne/26/ art phd thesis go to site click better take viagra cialis levitra bella villa cialis causes panic attacks source site hasi ban gayi female version of viagra https://internexus.edu/published/civil-rights-history-essay-topics/51/ cialis and augmentin formal and informal education essay viagra loss of eyesight italyfarm cialis Netflix Casts Jennifer Garner as Mama Llama on Llama Llama; Greenhouse Academy Announces Cast!

Llama Llama – Jennifer Garner signs on as voice of Mama Llama

Award-winning actress and early childhood development advocate Jennifer Garner has signed on to voice the character of Mama Llama in the recently announced Netflix original animated series for preschoolers, Llama Llama. Based on the acclaimed and best-selling book series by author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, the show tells heart-warming tales about childhood moments and adventures, as well as the special connections between lead character Llama, his family and best friends. Llama and his mother, in particular, share a warm and loving bond — she is his rock and safe haven as her son experiences growing up.

“I’ve read Anna Dewdney’s Llama Llama books to my kids hundreds of times in the last ten years,” said Garner. “Little did I know it would all count as rehearsal — I’m thrilled to bring Mama Llama to life for Netflix! The Llama Llama books are so fun to read — your kids won’t even notice they are learning life lessons, such as how to battle boredom, or braving the first day of school. But when your kids watch the coziness of Mama Llama’s relationship with her Little Llama, be ready for an extra snuggle as you connect, while learning about the world around you.”

Produced by Genius Brands International and set to premiere in 2017 to Netflix members worldwide, Llama Llama is led by an all-star team of creators including Oscar®-winning director Rob Minkoff (The Lion King), director Saul Blinkoff (Doc McStuffins), showrunner Joe Purdy, legendary art director Ruben Aquino (Frozen, Aladdin, Mulan, The Little Mermaid, Pocahontas, The Lion King) and Emmy®-award winning producers Jane Startz and Andy Heyward.

Greenhouse Academy (formerly The Greenhouse) Announces Cast

The Netflix original tween series Greenhouse Academy has finalized its cast including series regulars Jessica Amlee, Cinthya Carmona, Nadine Ellis, Reina Hardesty, Dallas Hart, BJ Mitchell, Ariel Mortman, Chris O’Neal, Benjamin Papac, Finn Roberts, Parker Stevenson and Grace Van Dien, as well as Ishai Golan, who is a recurring cast member. Greenhouse Academy is a live action series set in an elite boarding school in Southern California called “The Greenhouse.” Students are divided into two rival houses that must join forces to conquer challenges when an evil plot is uncovered. Paula Yoo (West Wing, Defiance, Eureka) is adapting with showrunner Giora Chamizer, who wrote and created the original series. Nutz Productions, a subsidiary company of Ananey Communications, will produce the series for Netflix.