Netflix Unveils First Look At ‘Supa Team 4,’ Its First African Animated Original
Netflix’s first African animated original series will premiere next month.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Netflix released the first trailer for Supa Team 4, the streaming service’s first African animation series original series.
The fast-paced clip depicts four school-age youngsters living in the Neo-futuristic metropolis of Lusaka. A retired secret agent recruits them to be superheroes.
We get glimpses of their clashes with numerous supervillains, including a giant guy with metal legs and a swarm of locust-like bugs, a helmeted cyborg-like creature, an elderly lady who creates electricity via a body armor, and a crocodile characterized as a “man-croco.”
Supa Team 4 was developed by writer Malenga Mulendema, South African toon studio Triggerfish, and London-based kids specialist Cake, with animation by France’s Superprod.
Mulendema is also a co-executive producer with executive producers Anthony Silverston, Mike Buckland, Tom van Waveren, Edward Galton, Amy Keating Rogers, and Ciara Breslin, who produces with Cake and Triggerfish.
The characters are played by Zowa Ngwira, Namisa Mdlalose, Kimani Arthur, Nancy Sekhokoane, Pamela Nomvete, John MacMillan, and Linda Sokhulu.
Sampa the Great, a Zambian rapper, musician, and composer, wrote the theme song for the eight-part series.
Supa Team 4 will release exclusively on Netflix on July 20, 2023.
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