Apple TV+ shares trailers for family-friendly shows ‘Puppy Place’ and ‘Get Rolling With Otis’

Earlier this month, Apple confirmed that its fall lineup slate for Apple TV+ would consist of at least three new family -friendly series, created mostly for kids. We got a trailer for one of the upcoming shows at the time, and now we get a look at the other two.

Today, Apple TV+ has shared the trailers for both Puppy Place and Get Rolling With Otis. The former of the pair is based on a Scholastic best-seller of the same name, which was written by Ellen Miles. The series is set to premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, October 15, 2021. It’s a scripted series, where people try to find “fur-ever” homes for puppies that need them.

You can check out that trailer just below.

Puppy Place will follow the adventures of Charles (played by Riley Looc) and Lizzie (played by Brooklyn MacKinzie) Peterson. They foster a variety of different pups across the eight episodes in the first season, trying to find their forever homes along the way. Per today’s announcement:

Charles (Riley Looc) and Lizzie (Brooklynn MacKinzie), whose different approaches complement, inspire and occasionally confound one another, do whatever it takes to find a happy, loving home for each and every dog. Discovering what makes each puppy special offers a unique perspective that helps the pair overcome their own individual hurdles.

Next up is Get Rolling With Otis, an animated series that will premiere on Friday, October 8, 2021. The show takes place at Long Hill Dairy Farm, where Otis the Tractor (who is voiced by Griffin Robert Faulkner) lives with his friends. From today’s announcement:

Otis may be little, but he has a big heart. Whenever he sees a friend in need, he hits the brakes, asks how they’re feeling, and rolls into action to help!

And here’s the first official trailer:

Apple already has quite a bit of family-friendly content in its library with Apple TV+, including a lot of Peanuts. But the list also includes the live-action mystery Ghostwriter and others. And not only that, but Apple’s video streaming service will also be the home for the whole Yo Gabba Gabba library of episodes, and there are new episodes on the way, too.