Saturday, December 31, 2022

Kristin Fairlie Developing Adult Animated Series Inspired By Little Bear as a Grown Up

Kristin Fairlie, the voice of Little Bear in Nickelodeon's beloved animated preschool series of the same name, has revealed that she is currently developing a brand new adult animated series inspired by Little Bear being a grown up and navigating adult life!

Speaking to the Splat Attack Podcast, Fairlie revealed that she was inspired to develop the series after fans wondered what Little Bear would be up to as an older adult bear. Check out Fairlie's awesome interview with Splat Attack Podcast by unlocking "B11 - Little Bear:  Snowball Fight & Winter Solstice" on the podcast's Patreon page!

What's Kristin's Little Bear-esque Surprise? | Splat Attack! Podcast

She's got something in the works that fans of the original Little Bear series will love. We can't tell you all the details here though. For the scoop, you'll have to sign up to watch this bonus episode "B11 - Little Bear:  Snowball Fight & Winter Solstice" for more details.

Maurice Sendak's Favorite Quote from Little Bear | Splat Attack! Podcast

One Kristin cherishes even today as it is written in one of her Little Bear children's books.

Who Did Kristen Unexpectedly Meet While Recording for Little Bear? | Splat Attack! Podcast

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Fans come from all walks of life... and Kristin's story proves that you don't have to fit the stereotype or age demographic to appreciate this 90s Kids TV show.

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Originally published: December 28, 2022.

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