Disney Junior has been bulking up its line-up lately! Bringing new shows consistently, like Puppy Dog Pals, Vampirina, and Muppet Babies, they’ve announced another animated series, closely following previously announced Rocketeer! According to Deadline, in 2019, you can join best friends Pip the penguin and Freddy the flamingo as they train to be the only non-stork delivering birds-in-training at Tiny Ones Transfer Service, or T.O.T.S., which is also the name of the show. T.O.T.S. follows Pip and Freddy around as they learn to care for baby animals from the nursery to their forever families. This show will use creative thinking and problem solving for young viewers, teaching them that there’s more than one way to do something and achieve what you want!
Travis Braun (Creator of Disney Junior’s Vampirina and Disney Channel’s upcoming series Fast Layne) serves as both creator and co-executive producer. He brings along a dynamic team, with Vic Cook (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) as executive producer and director and Chris Gilligan (Goldie & Bear), also as co-executive producer and supervising director. Senior vice president of Original Programming for Disney Junior said this about the future show, “Travis has created an imaginative and funny series that features all of the heart and relatable stories that Disney Junior is known for, while also encouraging young viewers to follow their high-flying dreams and recognize that, through teamwork and persistence, anything is possible.”
Vampirina has proven to be a smash hit for Disney Junior, already being renewed for a second season and a merchandise line that was put out quickly after the show aired. Muppet Babies is the newest to hit the Disney Junior line-up, with new episodes coming out every Friday morning. It’s ratings are consistent with that of Vampirina‘s first season, so it looks like it’s another asset the preschool-driven network. With the addition of T.O.T.S. and classics like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Sofia the First, it seems certain that Disney Junior will continue to have some of the highest rated shows for preschool aged children.