The leading kids’ entertainment specialist has announced its partnership with Mainframe Studios and Studio 71 on comedy adventure series The Guava Juice Show.
A YouTube Original, The Guava Juice Show (2 seasons – 26 x 11’) is produced by Vancouver-based Mainframe Studios (Team Zenko Go, Sony Pictures Television – Kids Octonauts: Above & Beyond, Spin Master’s Unicorn Academy) and Studio 71. It launched on YouTube in 2022.
Aimed at 6-12 year olds, the series stars Roi Fabito, YouTube superstar and creator of the hit Guava Juice YouTube channel which has over 16.8 million subscribers and over 9 billion views and on which the series is based. The series was created by John Hazlett, Lienne Sawatsky and Dan Williams. Fabito, Mainframe’s Gregory R. Little and Studio71’s Michael Schreiber executive produced, along with Michael Hefferon, Adam Boorstin and Hazlett, Sawatsky and Williams.
The Guava Juice Show follows the wacky and wild adventures of 14-year-old Roi and his best friends, fearless fellow teen Jenny and Guava, a risk-averse neurotic talking fruit, as they work at a mysterious curio shop and travel to fantastical parallel worlds throughout the multiverse in a magical bathtub. Whether searching for a mundane item for a customer or meeting dysfunctional twin superheroes or a seemingly evil computer with a heart of gold, their adventures always go somewhere unexpected with Roi, Jenny and Guava getting more than they bargained for and fighting to rein in the chaos around them.
The Guava Juice Show models compassion, curiosity, confidence, loyalty and the irreplaceable value of best friends. It was awarded Best Screenwriting for a Children’s Series for episode 123, written by Christine Mitchell, at the WGC Screenwriting Awards 2023 and has been nominated for two Leo Awards for Best Animation Series and Best Art Direction.
CAKE will handle international distribution rights to the series.