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"A.I. for Good" Development Fund

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1. Rover Rover | The Surfing Space Dog

Space Adventure Series | Age 4+ | Friendship and Exploration

In a whimsical and adventurous streaming series, viewers are introduced to Rover Rover, a spirited white collie with an insatiable love for space surfing. Set in a futuristic world aboard a bustling space station, Rover Rover is known for his remarkable talent—surfing through zero gravity aboard his trusty spaceboard, navigating asteroid fields, and riding cosmic waves.

The series follows Rover Rover's exhilarating escapades as he fearlessly zips around the space station, spreading joy and mischief with his infectious enthusiasm. Alongside his loyal companions, a diverse crew of anthropomorphic animals, Rover Rover explores the vastness of space and embarks on daring missions to discover new frontiers.

However, amidst the excitement of cosmic adventures, Rover Rover encounters his mischievous and cunning nemesis, Tami, a clever blue cat with a penchant for causing chaos and disrupting Rover Rover's joyous escapades. Their ongoing rivalry adds a playful and comedic element to the series as Tami schemes to outwit Rover Rover at every turn, setting the stage for hilarious and action-packed showdowns across the space station. As Rover Rover faces challenges orchestrated by Tami, he learns valuable lessons about teamwork, perseverance, and the true meaning of friendship.

As Rover Rover and Tami engage in their playful yet competitive rivalry, the series celebrates the spirit of exploration and the importance of embracing diversity and friendship in the boundless expanse of outer space. Through their escapades, Rover Rover and Tami showcase that even in the far reaches of the galaxy, the bonds of friendship and the thrill of adventure remain universal.

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2. The Trials of Gude & Weevil

Animated Comedy Series | Age 5+ | Themes: Integrity & Empathy

In the whimsical and thought-provoking animated series "The Trails of Gude and Weevil," viewers are introduced to two endearing gremlins navigating a world where the line between right and wrong isn't always clear. Gude and Weevil find themselves in misadventures that constantly challenge their understanding of morality, ethics, and the consequences of their actions.

The series follows Gude and Weevil as they embark on delightful escapades, encountering moral dilemmas that prompt them to question what constitutes the right and good thing to do in various situations. From playful antics to unforeseen predicaments, each episode presents the gremlins with decisions that test their understanding of fairness, kindness, and empathy.


Gude embodies the voice of conscience, often striving to make the morally sound choice, while Weevil tends to follow his mischievous instincts, sometimes leading to unintended consequences. 

The series invites audiences of all ages on a journey of self-discovery and ethical exploration, highlighting the nuances of moral decision-making. Gude and Weevil's experiences serve as a platform to discuss topics such as empathy, integrity, honesty, and the impact of choices on oneself and others.

As the gremlins navigate their colorful and vibrant world, each episode showcases the path to understanding ethics and making the right choices and the ongoing journey filled with learning, growth, and the occasional misstep. Ultimately, "The Trails of Gude and Weevil" offers a charming and introspective narrative that encourages audiences to contemplate the complexities of morality while enjoying the whimsical adventures of these lovable characters.

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3. The Real Life of Gidget

Animated Historical Series | Age 7+ | Theme: Women's Empowerment

"The Real Life of Gidget" is an animated streaming documentary series that dives into the captivating life of Kathy Kohner-Zuckerman, the real inspiration behind the iconic figure of Gidget, and the cultural impact of her journey into the world of surfing.

The series delves into the extraordinary bond between Kathy and her father, Frederick Kohner, who recognized and supported his daughter's passion for surfing—a sport predominantly dominated by boys at the time. 

Set against the backdrop of the vibrant surf culture of Malibu in the 1950s, the series chronicles Kathy's experiences and her interactions with influential surfers such as Miki Dora, Mickey Munoz, Dewey Weber, and Tom Morey. Through animated reenactments and interviews, viewers witness the trials and triumphs Kathy faced as she navigated the waves and gained acceptance in the tight-knit surfing community.

Frederick Kohner, inspired by his daughter's stories and experiences, embarks on a creative journey to pen a novel that encapsulates the spirit of surfing and the zest for life that Kathy exudes. Over a transformative six-week period, Kathy becomes her father's muse, guiding him through the intricacies of the surfing world and sharing her adventures.

The series explores the impact of the Gidget phenomenon on popular culture, surf history, and the empowerment of women in sports. "The Real Life of Gidget" celebrates Kathy's trailblazing spirit, her father's unwavering support, and the transformative power of storytelling, offering a poignant and inspiring tale of breaking barriers, forging new paths, and the enduring bond between a father and his daughter.