Netflix will release a new animated interactive special called Cat Burglar in February 2022. The series is produced by Broke and Bones, a fresh new production business founded by Black Mirror founders Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones.
The new interactive special will be available on Netflix worldwide on February 22nd, 2022.
It adds to Netflix’s growing collection of interactive specials, which will now reach 18 movies with the release of Cat Burglar.
Rowdy’s voice will be provided by James Adomian. Adomian is most known for his stand-up comedy and performances on television shows such as Comedy Bang! Bang!. He’s also renowned for his work as a voice actor on a variety of programs, including Netflix’s Hoops, Bojack Horseman, and Inside Job. Other shows in which he has appeared include Duncanville, Close Enough, Harley Quinn, and Pig Goat Banana Cricket.
Alan Lee is said to be on board to voice Peanut in the upcoming show. He is most recognized for his work in voice acting and dubbing. He did dubs for Squid Game, for example, but is most recognized for his work on Aldnoah. Zero, Illang: The Wolf Brigade, and Nowhere Man are a few examples.
The title is narrated by Trevor Devall, who plays the Museum Director. He’s contributed his voice to over 300 films, including the new Johnny Test series, F is for Family, and the impending Sonic Prime series on Netflix.
James Bowman and Mike Hollingsworth, two writers who collaborated on Netflix’s BoJack Horseman, are in charge of the project.
Following their departure from Endemol Shine Firm in 2020, Black Mirror founders Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones established their own company, Broke and Bones.
The film’s executive producers are both Brooker and Jones. Brooker discusses the project in this Netflix UK interview, which you can watch below.