As part of the “Frozen” series, the series will delve into how humans have been eating on the world and how we could feed the growing world population.
“Frozen: The Lost Kingdom” is a live-action series, where viewers can get the story as it unfolds in real time.
The series will air from December 2 to 3 on Disney XD, the Walt Disney Company’s premium cable channel.
Frozen will be the first animated series to be produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
It was originally intended for the ABCs Disney Channel, but it was pushed to the Disney Channel by Disney CEO Bob Iger in the fall of 2017.
It will be available to watch on Disney channels in more than 100 countries.
The series has received critical acclaim, with many fans saying it’s a must-watch for families and teens, and will be a big part of Disney’s push into kids-focused programming.
“The story is so real,” said Jody Pappas, vice president of production for Disney Channel Worldwide.
“We’re bringing it to life in real-time, and it’s going to be so fun.
It’s such an emotional journey, and I think we’re really going to capture the emotion of the world, and we’re going to get people really excited about it.”
Pappas also said that the series would not only be a huge hit for Disney, but will also help Disney reach a much wider audience.
“We’re just excited to be bringing the Frozen experience to kids and families across the world,” Pappatas said.
“It’s just a tremendous story to tell, and so important to us.”
Frozen is an animated feature film, directed by Olafur Eliasson and featuring lyrics by Kristen Bell, Anna and Elsa.
It was released in 2015 and is the most-watched Disney Channel original animated film since the series premiered in 1996.
Pappa said the series was the perfect fit for Disney XD.
“Funny, heartfelt, and very grounded, Frozen is the perfect companion to the ABC channel and to our family entertainment channel,” he said.
The series will be released on DVD and digital video download.
ABCs sister channel Disney XD is also streaming the series.