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‘The New Adventures of Pete and Wendy’ Season 3 Premieres On Fullscreen

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‘The New Adventures of Pete and Wendy’ Season 3 Premieres On Fullscreen
Today, Fullscreen, in association with Epic Robot TV, has announced the return of the beloved series “The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy” for an 18-episode third season. Set in the magical town of Neverland, Ohio, the series follows Peter Pan (Kyle Walters), a man-child cartoonist in his late 20s, and Wendy Darling (Paula Rhodes) as adults living in Neverland surrounded by their motley crew of family and friends. Pan struggles between maintaining his youth and losing a link to his best friend and longtime crush.

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The series was created by Kyle Walters and Shawn deLoache, who also serves as the series’ writer. It co-stars Percy Daggs III (“Veronica Mars”) and Jim Beaver (“Deadwood”) and is produced by Walters, deLoache, Rhodes and Jenni Powell (“The Lizzie Bennet Diaries”).

Launched in April 2016, Fullscreen is a commercial-free subscription
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Fund This: ‘The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy’ Seeks A Return To Neverland

Project Name: The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy

Asking For: $50,000 on Indiegogo

Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $35 -- the campaign was just launched.

Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 30

Description: A web series that breathes new life into J.M. Barrie's most famous work is looking to pick up a third season. The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy, which applies a digital twist to the world of Peter Pan, has returned to Indiegogo in order to fund a new batch of episodes.

In Peter + Wendy, Kyle Walters portrays Peter, an exuberant young man who never wants to leave his hometown of Neverland, Ohio. His friend Wendy, played by Paula Rhodes, has other ideas, and the romantic tension between them has driven Peter + Wendy through a pair of charming seasons.

With its literary setup and its use of transmedia tie-ins, Peter + Wendy fits squarely
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‘The New Adventures Of Peter + Wendy’ Sets June 12 Debut For Season Two

Fans of the web series The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy (Napw) can start celebrating. The second season of the modern adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s Peter and Wendy will debut on June 12, 2015.

Napw stars Kyle Walters as Peter Pan and Paula Rhodes as Wendy Darling, two long-time friends from Neverland, Ohio with very different ideas about growing up. The second season of the web series will re-introduce viewers to Peter and Wendy, after the latter left Neverland to pursue the job of her dreams despite Peter’s growing affections for her. Napw season two will, according to the series’ creative team, show “old loves wilt while new loves blossom,” and introduce old enemies who will test the friendships of characters established in the first season.

Napw is structured much like the Lizzie Bennet Diaries, with Wendy vlogging her daily experiences and Peter talking to the camera as if it were his friend,
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A Modernized Classic: Interview with the Talent Behind ‘The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy’

The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy is a webseries created by Kyle Walters (most recently known for his role in Welcome to Sanditon) and Shawn DeLoache. Loosely based on J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, it’s set in a fictional Neverland, Ohio in which Peter is a comics writer, Wendy an advice columnist, and Wendy’s brothers John and Michael a neurotic editor and ne’er-do-well slacker, respectively. New episodes air twice weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays on Epic Robot TV. The charming series has been well-received and SoS had a chance to speak with writer and creator Shawn DeLoache and lead actress Paula Rhodes (who plays Wendy). Interview edited for length.

SoS: Shawn, you have a background in comic-book writing. How did you end up involved in this series?

Shawn: My first paid writing gig came from comic books – I write for a series called Medikidz, [in which] we use
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