The Croods: Family Tree is an American animated television series and also a media franchise. The franchise was started in 2013 with the Croods movie, and since then, it has released films, television series, and even video games. The film released in 2013 was titled The Croods; in 2015, a television series was released titled Dawn of the Croods; in 2020, a film was released titled The Croods: A New Age. And a sequel is now confirmed to be released in 2021, “The Croods: Family Tree”.
The executive producers of the series are Mark Banker and Todd Grimes. Kirk DeMicco, Chris Sanders, and John Cleese will be the creators of the series. The story will be about The Croods and all the Betterman’s, learning to live with each other on the farm in prehistory.
Worth Watching or Not
Dream Works franchise The Croods have always been one of the best series and films. The Croods previous series received an average rating of 6.0/ 10 on IMBd. Based on this, we are guessing that this series will also be an excellent other. It is a family-friendly series and should be watched. The series might receive a lot of positive reviews or might be negative.
But we won’t be commenting about the series before watching all its episodes. So, before deciding whether the series is worth watching or not, we must first watch all its episodes.
Expected Release Date and Where to Watch
After a long wait, Dream Works announced The Croods television series “The Croods: Family Tree” on August 31. It will be based on its previous movie, The Croods: A New Age. It will be released on September 23, 2021, by Hulu and Peacock. It will be available only to its subscribers. You can also watch the series for free as both the websites offer few days of the free trial. It has released a trailer on August 2021, which gives us a brief idea about the series.
In The Croods: Family Tree, we will see how those Croods and Betterman’s live together happily. Their tree house will now turn into a family tree. From its trailer, we guessed that both the families (the crowds and the betterment) would put aside their problems and try to live together happily. We will see some differences, but everybody will try their best to adjust with each other. Nothing much about the plot was announced, and we are only predicting based on the trailer and synopsis released.
Cast members and members who will give their voice to those casts are:-
- Grug Crood by Kiff Vanden Heuvel
- Eep Crood by Ally Dixon
- Ugga Crood by Amy Lauren Landecker
- Thunk Crood by A.J. Locascio
- Sandy Crood by Dee Bradley Baker
- Phil Betterman by Matthew Waterson
- Hope Betterman by Amy Rosoff
- Dawn Betterman by Kelly Marie Tran
- The guy by Darin Lee Brooks
- Gran by Artemis Pebdani
The Voice cast who will give their voice to Belt and Sash is yet to be announced. And we might see some previous cast members to continue and some more cast members to join.