SuperKitties, an adorable, action-packed animated series about Ginny, Sparks, Buddy and Bitsy ― four cute and cuddly kittens who are brave, smart, strong and kind and with their talents combined, turn into Superkitties when trouble arises ― is set to premiere Wednesday, January 11, 2023, with a simulcast on Disney Channel and Disney Junior (10:30 a.m. EST). An initial batch of episodes will premiere the same day on on-demand platforms and Disney+. Defeating villains and imparting important messages of kindness, empathy, friendship, resilience and problem-solving, the fluffy felines are on a mission to make the world a more caring and “pawesome” place.
The digital soundtrack, ‘Disney Junior Music: SuperKitties,’ featuring the theme song plus additional songs from the series, will be released by Walt Disney Records on Jan. 11.
Set in the city of Kittydale, each “SuperKitties” episode features two 11-minute stories as the four kittens, cuddled up at the Purr ‘N’ Play playspace or out playing around town, receive a “SuperKitty Call” from one of their animal friends with a problem that only the SuperKitties can help with, usually caused by one of the comedic villains in the series: Cat Burglar, Mr. Puppypaws, Lab Rat or Zsa-Zsa. With plenty of super skills and gadgets at their disposal, the SuperKitties set off to thwart the villains’ plans and impart important messages along the way.
The “SuperKitties” voice cast includes Emma Berman (Disney-Pixar’s Luca) as Ginny, Cruz Flateau (CoComelon) as Sparks, JeCobi Swain (ABC’s Home Economics) as Buddy, and Pyper Braun (Country Comfort) as Bitsy.
Voicing the recurring comedic villains in the series are Justin Guarini (American Idol) as Cat Burglar, James Monroe Iglehart (Broadway’s Aladdin) as Mr. Puppypaws, Ruth Pferdehirt (Finding Nemo: The Musical) as Lab Rat, and Isabella Crovetti (Vampirina) as Zsa-Zsa the cockatoo.
The series is created and executive produced by Emmy Award winner Paula Rosenthal (Peter Rabbit). Emmy Award-winning producer, director and storyboard artist Kirk Van Wormer (Transformers: Prime) is co-executive producer. Keith Harrison Dworkin (UglyDolls) is songwriter, and Vidjay Beerepoot (Minnie’s Bow-Toons) is composer. Carmen Carter (Dancing with the Stars) performs the series’ theme song. The series is produced by Sony Pictures Television – Kids (formerly known as Silvergate Media) in association with Disney Junior.