Netflix will begin airing Pokémon Concierge, a stop-motion animation series from Japan’s Dwarf Studio, on December 28. Nine months after announcing the project, the streaming giant has revealed the arrival of the show, which it claims is the “first-ever collaborative production between Netflix and The Pokémon Company.” The vibe of Pokémon Concierge is quite different from that of the games, anime shows, and motion pictures that followed. The new show doesn’t feature any fight scenes, trainers vying for supremacy, or monsters using their special abilities.
Instead, we get Pokémon chilling in pools and living their best lives as they go on a vacation. The series follows a new concierge working at the Pokémon Resort named Haru, along with her companion Psyduck, as they learn how to serve and make their Pokémon guests happy. Based on the trailer shared by Netflix, viewers will also see a number of other popular monsters, including Pikachu, Eevee and Magikarp, as they visit the resort.
The series’ writer and showrunner, Skydance and Project Power writer Mattson Tomlin, is also on board as an executive producer. Hopefully, we’ll receive an extended trailer soon as Netflix hasn’t revealed any teaser scenes or given a premiere date yet. Though not all of the Terminator films have been good, going back to the first one might be the revitalization the series needs.
See the trailer below
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