The Owl House (2020– )
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A Lying Witch and a Warden 

When 14-year-old outcast Luz discovers a portal to a new world, she meets a witch named Eda, and a demon named King; in order to get home, Luz has to help them with a mission

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Stephen Sandoval

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Dana Terrace (story by), Rachel Vine (story by) | 10 more credits »
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Sarah-Nicole Robles ... Luz (voice)
Wendie Malick ... Eda (voice)
Alex Hirsch ... King / Hooty (voice)
Elizabeth Grullon ... Camilia (voice)
Roger Craig Smith ... Warden Wrath (voice)
Keith Ferguson Keith Ferguson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Additional Voices (voice)
Arin Hanson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eden Riegel ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dana Terrace Dana Terrace ... Additional Voices (voice)
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When 14-year-old outcast Luz discovers a portal to a new world, she meets a witch named Eda, and a demon named King; in order to get home, Luz has to help them with a mission

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10 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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A great start for the 2020s; Western Animation still going strong
21 January 2020 | by fsaenz0125See all my reviews

The first episode of The Owl House was interesting. To tell you the truth, I've always anticipated for this show more than Amphibia. It's because it has the Gravity Falls formula and shows with GF formula tend to impress me more than the Adventure Time / Steven Universe formula. I feel like I'm more interested in seeing shows with a mysterious storyline rather than emotional stories. So far, every aspects is great. I like every single characters in the show, especially King. The show's art style and background design are outstanding, and the story is going to be a fun one, just as long as they don't force me to cry. Sorry, I just feel burned out from these kind of shows, but as long as we have like Gravity Falls, Welcome to the Wayne, and the Owl House, then I'm okay with them. All in all, 2020 is off to a great start for animation.


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