‘Craig of the Creek’ is getting a spin-off series in the form of ‘Jessica’s Big Little World,’ set to air on the Cartoonito programming block on Cartoon Network. The show is centered around Craig’s fun-loving and imaginative younger sister Jessica and will be aimed at younger viewers.
Warner Bros. Head of Kids & Family Programming Amy Friedman said of the TV show, “We are so thrilled with how Cartoon Network Studios has opened up Craig’s world and that his hilarious little sister Jessica, a breakout character, will now have her own show!”
Warner Media described the show in a press release saying, “No task is too big, even when you’re little! Set to debut in 2023, this preschool spinoff centers on the Creek’s favorite resilient little sister, Jessica, as she navigates her way through a world where everything seems much bigger than she is. Although she’s the youngest and still needs help with a lot, Jessica is inspired by the grown-ups and bigger kids around her and is persistent in her quest to conquer monumental kid tasks like creating a bedtime routine or saying hi to a new classmate. With the help of her friends, imaginary and real, Jessica sets off to take on the world, even if she still does suck her thumb…sometimes.”
“Following Cartoonito’s framework of Humancentric Learning, Jessica’s Big Little World aims to mirror important moments and milestones in children’s lives to help them recognize and appreciate that difficult experiences and feelings are universal. The preschool series will weave themes of communication, imaginative play, perseverance, and embracing age-appropriate strategies for overcoming obstacles throughout,” they continue.
Aside from ‘Jessica’s Big Little World,’ D-Rezzed also reported that ‘Craig of the Creek’ will be renewed for a fifth season on Cartoon Network and will receive a film spin-off in an expansion of the franchise.
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