The Peanuts is back with 'Snoopy in Space' to mark 50 years of moon landing: Release, plot, trailer, and everything you need to know
The comic strip is coming back with a new show that will feature the exploits of Snoopy and Charlie in space, "feeling like true astronauts"
The Peanuts series is coming up with a new show in collaboration with NASA on Apple TV+ as the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing is nearing. It has been 50 years since the first man landed on the moon and now it's time for a dog to make his way to the move. 'Snoopy In Space' will be the first animated show to have a dog in space, feeling like a true astronaut. It is a daily-aired comic strip which is written by Charles M. Schulz which ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000.
Peanuts is among one of the most popular and influential strips in the history of comics. The comic has 17, 897 published strips, making it the most longspun story ever told by a human being.
It will be coming to Apple TV+ this fall.
The story follows Snoopy as his dreams of becoming an astronaut turn to reality when he and his Woodstock tag along with the Peanuts gang on a trip to NASA. They are chosen for an important mission to space. Snoopy and Woodstock are fulfilling their dreams of being in astronaut training and experiencing space travel. Charlie Brown and a lot of his friends help them with mission control.
He is the lead role of this comic strip which also has been published in many newspapers all over the world. His character depicts a 'lovable loser' who frequently suffers and is usually nervous while also lacking self-confidence. His character depicts both optimistic and pessimistic attitudes.
He is Charlie's pet beagle, a loyal, innocent, imaginative and good-natured beagle who is prone to imagining fantasy lives. He will be the highlight of the show 'Snoopy In Space.'
Charles M. Schulz
A cartoonist and creator of the famous comic strip 'Peanuts' he is widely considered as the most influential cartoonist of all times. He was cited by cartoonists Jim Davis, Matt Groening, Stephan Pastis and Bill Watterson for his legendary work. He died on February 12, 2000.
The trailer released in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
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