Puffins Impossible, the Animated Series Produced In Serbia, Available to Audiences Around the World Starting Tomorrow

You can watch the official trailer for “Puffins Impossible”, the animated series starring Johnny Depp in the lead role and announced the series’ release on April 9 on the world’s leading streaming platforms – including Apple TV, Amazon Prime, and Google Play.

As of tomorrow, millions of people around the world will have the opportunity to watch 18 five-minute episodes of the first season of “Puffins Impossible”, created and produced in Serbia. The animated series “Puffins Impossible” is a spin-off of the popular “Puffins” series, in which Johnny Depp also lent his voice and character to the main character Johnny Puff.

This fun, cheerful, and educational family series follows the adventures of five arctic birds with superpowers, a unique team of superheroes, simultaneously dealing with universal topics such as equality, tolerance, and the preservation of the planet.


The good news for the Serbian audience is that the series will soon be available in Serbia as well, on RTS and Telekom Serbia channels.

One of the series’ curiosities is that artists from Serbia have also integrated motifs of Serbian humor and culture into some elements of the script, giving the series an authentic stamp of the local creators. Besides scriptwriters, numerous other Serbian artists participated in the creation of the series, including well-known directors, composers, and others.

The series’ showrunner is Peter Nalli, Head of Animation and VFX at Iervolino and Lady Bacardi Entertainment, who was also one of the creators of the “Puffins” and “Arctic Friends” series, both based on the animated feature film “Arctic Dogs”, which audiences had the opportunity to watch in cinemas throughout Serbia in 2019.

The “Puffins Impossible” series originated in the international production company Iervolino & Lady Bacardi Entertainment S.p.A. (ILBE). It was created in Iervolino Studios (IES), produced by Archangel Digital Studios (ADS) and supported by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.


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