Skull Island (TV 2022)

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Skull Island
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Producer(s) Brian Duffield, Jacob Robinson[1]
Channel(s) Netflix
This article concerns an upcoming subject, and will be updated with new information as it arises.

Skull Island is an upcoming Netflix Original animated series co-produced by Legendary Television and Tractor Pants,[1] based on the former's MonsterVerse series of films. It will be animated by Powerhouse Animation[2] and released to Netflix sometime in 2022.[3] The series will follow a cast of characters who find themselves shipwrecked on the titular Skull Island, where they encounter a host of its monstrous native creatures including its self-appointed Titan guardian: Kong.

Description[edit | edit source]

A new chapter in Legendary's Monsterverse franchise, Skull Island is a thrilling animated adventure series that follows shipwrecked characters desperate to escape the most dangerous place on Earth — a mysterious island home to prehistoric monsters, including the greatest titan of them all, Kong.[4]

Development[edit | edit source]

Skull Island was announced on Twitter via Netflix's @NXOnNetflix account on January 27, 2021.[2] Subsequent reports that day confirmed the series' writer and executive producers.[1]

On March 30, 2022, Forbes reported on Netflix's presence at AnimeJapan 2022, including confirmation of a 2022 release date for Skull Island.[3]

The first image from the series, depicting two characters huddled in the footprint of Kong, was posted by various Twitter accounts including Legendary's and Kong: Skull Island's on June 8.[5][6]

Staff[edit | edit source]

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Written by   Brian Duffield[1]
  • Executive producers   Brian Duffield, Jacob Robinson[1]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Skull Island is the first television series of the MonsterVerse, as well as its first entry to be 2D-animated.

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