AmphibiaTV Show | 2019 Fixed
What elements of the story and scenery in Amphibia stand out as being influenced by Anne's Thai heritage? Do you notice diversity in other shows you've watched? How does seeing different cultures and hearing different viewpoints in entertainment influence your impression of it in the real world?
AmphibiaTV Show | 2019
What examples of perseverance and courage do you see in the characters' actions? Does courage always mean facing challenges head-on? Are positive characteristics like these important to you in the shows you watch?
On June 23, 2020, the series was renewed for a third season, ahead of the second season premiere. On Reddit, Matt stated that Amphibia would have three acts, which means that the third season will be the final season of the show.
On March 27, 2019, it was announced that Brenda Song would star in the series as the voice of Anne Boonchuy. In April 2019, Justin Felbinger was announced as the voice of Sprig Plantar. On May 15, 2019, the series was renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere, along with the announcement of Bill Farmer and Amanda Leighton being casting as the voices of Hop Pop Plantar and Polly Plantar respectively.
Amphibia is an American animated series created by Matt Braly for Disney Channel. It premiered on June 17, 2019. The series was announced that it will have 3 parts. The series features the voices of Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer, and Amanda Leighton.
Amphibia is an American animated television series created by Matt Braly that premiered on Disney Channel on June 17, 2019. The series features the voices of Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer, and Amanda Leighton.
On March 25, 2019, it was revealed that Brenda Song would star in the series as the voice of Anne Boonchuy. In April 2019, it was reported that Justin Felbinger would voice Sprig Plantar in the series. On May 15, 2019, it was reported that Amanda Leighton and Bill Farmer joined the cast as the voices of Polly and Hopediah "Hop Pop" Plantar, respectively. Over 50 actresses auditioned for the role of Anne, including Anna Akana and Haley Tju. While the role ultimately went to Song, Braly cast Akana and Tju as Anne's human friends, Sasha and Marcy respectively, instead.
A song titled "Welcome to Amphibia", performed by Celica Gray Westbook, was originally intended to serve as the series' theme song. However, the song was later discarded in favor of an instrumental theme. According to Braly, "Welcome to Amphibia" was written due to orders from Disney, but he eventually convinced the studio to use an instrumental theme instead, as he disliked the song because he felt it didn't fit with neither the show nor its main character.
Hyper Potions composed a new version of the instrumental opening for the show's first "Theme Song Takeover" video. A third version of the opening, with lyrics by writer Dan Siegel, was written for the second "Theme Song Takeover" video.
"Cane Crazy": Anne accidentally breaks his favorite cane. She, along with Sprig and Polly, first visit town wood-smith Leopold Loggle (Brian Maillard) so he can fix it. After telling them he can't, Loggle tells them that the cane comes from the Doom Tree and shows them a map to it. Anne, Sprig and Polly find the tree and break a branch from it but then find that it is a giant stick insect. They beat the walking stick with termites but have to give the new cane to Loggle to pay for his shop's damages. Thinking that she can no longer stay, Anne packs up to leave. But Hop Pop tells her that she can stay and is on dish duty for breaking his cane. Hop Pop then tries to get his revenge on Anne by adding his own funny insults but to no avail.
"Civil Wart": It is theater night, and the town is excited until Mayor Toadstool announces that the acting troupe got eaten before they could reach Wartwood. Using her phone and a glass screen created by the glass artisan Tad, Anne shows the town a futuristic teen romance movie called "Love Choice" that details Constance's dual romance with a cyborg named Hunter and a humanoid deer named Alistair. After the movie is done, Anne reveals that "Love Choice II" is in production. The movie's cliffhanger causes the town to split on its love triangle with Sprig and Polly as leaders. Anne and Hop Pop try to get the town back together by stealing the flags. The two sides commence to fight. During the fight, Sprig protects Polly from an array of vegetables and tells her that he'll always look out for her. After the town makes peace and Sprig's and Polly's relationship is back on track, Anne shows another movie which apparently has no conflict at all called "My Dinner with Anders."
"Snow Day": Hiber Day is coming to freeze all the frogs, and when that happens someone goes missing never to be seen again. That causes everyone to say their goodbyes, but Anne, being warm-blooded, promises to protect them until they thaw out. The cold comes early and freezes everyone, and Anne brings everyone to the town square. She gets bored and thaws Sprig out early to have fun. They do a head count and discover that Polly has been taken. They track her down to a cave where they face off against a giant weasel. Seeing that the weasel is a mother trying to feed her children, Anne gives the weasel her omelet in exchange for Polly. The town thaws out and thanks Anne for protecting them. Anne admits that she wasn't the best protector because she goofed off. The town still accepts her protecting them and being honest. However, upon noticing her phone's photo shown by Sprig who was still exhausted, she is asked if she used them as bowling pins to her embarrassment.
"Swamp and Sensibility": When Bessie's reins break, the family makes a stop in Ribbitvale, a highly affluent, upper-class town. There, they find Wally who is revealed to be the heir to the one of the richest families in Amphibia: the Ribbitons. Wally's father, Wigbert (Hugh Bonneville), takes the family to their mansion where Wally tells Anne that Wigbert is unaware of how he lives in Wartwood and cannot tell him for fear that he will disapprove. Wanting Wally to just be himself, Anne shows his family his life in Wartwood at dinner. When Wigbert forbids him from returning to Wartwood, Wally is forced to win his freedom in a game of beast polo that is commentated by Crumpet (Kermit the Frog). Trying to make up for what she did, Anne volunteers to be Wally's beast, and they end up defeating Wigbert. Wally is allowed to return to Wartwood, but he tells his father that he still wants to be a Ribbiton, as long as he is accepted for who he is. Wigbert agrees and expresses his pride for his son.
"Wax Museum": The family stops at a town where its citizens marvel at Anne's appearance. This leads them to an oddities wax museum, where they meet the Curator (Alex Hirsch) who shows off the various wax statues he has on display. When Anne comes across a portable CD player that came from her world, she allows herself to be put on display for a day so she can obtain it. She goes back later that night to prepare, but the Curator traps her and attempts to permanently encase her in wax. When the Plantars discover Anne missing, they go back to the oddities museum and try to free her. They find out that the wax "statues" are actually live creatures. The Plantars free the statues and save Anne. The creatures drag the Curator into a room as red wax spills under the door. Sprig is able to get the CD player, and the family makes their final push to Newtopia.
As part of a promotional campaign, Disney Channel began airing the Disney Theme Song Takeover wherein supporting characters from different shows performed the theme song to the series they were in. Unlike previous theme song takeovers, the first Amphibia Takeover video is instead an alternate arrangement instead of a supporting character singing it. 041b061a72