Finding Nemo Show for Disney+ Reportedly in Development

A spin-off series from Finding Nemo is rumored to be in development for Disney+. Here’s a look at where the rumor came from and what to expect from the series.

A The world of Nemo A TV series is rumored to be in development for Disney+. Since its release in 2003, The world of Nemo was one of Pixar Animation Studios’ most beloved films. The world of Nemo follows Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks), a clownfish, who goes in search of his only son, Nemo (voiced by Alexander Gould), who is captured by divers during the events of the film. On his adventure to save Nemo, Marlin is joined by a forgetful blue fish named Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres).

After helping Marlin find Nemo, Dory becomes the titular character of the The world of Nemo continued, Finding Doryin 2016. While The world of Nemo keeps Marlin and Nemo apart for most of the movie, Finding Dory brings the father and son duo together when they are separated from Dory, who is still affected by memory lapses. Following themes similar to The world of NemoMarlin and Nemo search for Dory as she embarks on an adventure of self-discovery on her own to uncover the truth about where she comes from and what happened to her parents.

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A recent episode of The DisInsider Show (via What’s New Disney Plus) revealed that a The world of Nemo The show could be in early development for Disney+ alongside other Pixar film spinoffs. See below for the full quote:

“So it’s straight out of Pixar…let’s just say over the next two years you’ll still be getting original content after ‘Lightyear’…thanks to things like ‘Cars On The Road’ and ‘Dug Days’ , Pixar is diving into the world of series… they will animate and develop alongside Andrew Stanton, a “Finding Nemo” series for Disney+.


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Many other Pixar films are also set to receive spinoffs, so it’s not entirely out of the question that a The world of Nemo show could be in development. 2009 At the top has already released a spin-off series titled Off-peak days. Other Pixar spinoffs include the toy story the next prequel movie of the franchise, Light yearand the Cars the next series of the franchise, cars on the road. With so much attention paid to characters introduced in Pixar films in the late 1990s and early 2000s, it’s no surprise that a The world of Nemo fallout is a possibility.

the The world of Nemo The series is currently only a rumor, so all the plot details of the show are up for debate. The world of Nemo revealed that Nemo was starting school during the events of that film, meaning a spin-off series could follow Nemo and his classmates on adventures around the sea. Dory’s relationship with Marlin is also funny enough to be at the forefront of a series, so maybe the spinoffs will follow in Finding Dory steps and place Doris front and center. Regardless, a The world of Nemo The series has the potential to be a lot of fun as the stories of Nemo, Dory and Marlin continue.

Next: Why Lightyear Is Better For Pixar Than Toy Story 5

Source: The DisInsider Show (via What’s On Disney Plus)

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