Miko, an AI robot for kids, gets its own streaming series. Produced by Moonbug Entertainment and available on YouTube, Miko: The Animated Series follows six-year-old Liza and her companions Red and Blue — two robot characters based on the Miko 3 robot.
Six-year-old Liza, Red and Blue can’t help but cause crazy sci-fi chaos as they navigate the world of Miko: The Animated Series. Geared for elementary-aged kids, the series follows the trio as they battle dancing robots, race smart unicycles and have epic, futuristic adventures in the Holodeck.
“Miko’s witty, lovable personality truly comes to life in this series,” says Miko Co-Founder and CEO Sneh Vaswani. “We’re thrilled to produce it alongside Moonbug Entertainment, a partner that shares our passion for innovation in the kids entertainment space.”
The first season features 20 short, 2-minute episodes chronicling the adventures of Liza and the Mikos, kicking off with “Mecha-Miko vs. Lizilla.” New episodes will be released bi-weekly through December before picking back up in early 2023.