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Robo Force Toy Line Gets Straight-To-Series TV Order By The Nacelle Company

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The Robo Force toy line has been given a straight-to-series order with the first season to have six, twenty-two-minute animated episodes.  The animated series is based on the 1980s property that The Nacelle Company acquired back in 2021.

Showrunners and writers Tom Stern and Gavin Hignight have joined on with the pilot episode being directed by Brian Volk-Weiss.


“I didn’t think anything would be more surreal than selling thousands of Maxx 89 and Wrecker figures, but making an animated series come to life takes the suction cup-covered cake… and yes, we will be revealing why Wrecker comes with red roses!” said Nacelle Company Founder and CEO, Brian Volk-Weiss.

Once the six RoboForce episodes are finished, the company will pitch the series to the major streamers and broadcast networks worldwide, with the intent of securing regional-based license deals.

Source: Deadline

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Love this line in the 80's, it just came around at the wrong time, just as the heyday of the 80's toy and cartoon regulations started cracking down. Glad to see the toys with a modern update. Have to check out how the show turns out.

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