Beanie Feldstein, Jane Lynch join voice cast of Apple TV+ animated series Harriet the Spy
Beanie Feldstein will voice Harriet, a fiercely independent, adventurous, curious 11-year-old girl living in New York City.
Actor Beanie Feldstein will voice star in Apple TV+' upcoming animated series Harriet the Spy.
The show, based on Louise Fitzhugh's classic children's book series of the same name, has received a series order from the streamer.
Besides Feldstein, actors Jane Lynch and Lacey Chabert will also voice featured in the series, Apple TV Plus said in a press release.
Set in 1960s New York City, the show will follow Harriet, a fiercely independent, adventurous, curious 11-year-old girl. More than anything, Harriet wants to be a writer, and in order to be a good writer she needs to know everything, and in order to know everything, she has to be a spy.
Lynch will voice the role of Ole Golly, Harriet’s larger-than-life, no-nonsense nanny, while Chabert will play Marion Hawthorne, the ringleader of a group of smug, popular girls at Harriet’s school.
The series will be written and executive produced by Will McRobb, co-creator of the classic Nickelodeon series The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Sidney Clifton will produce the series.
Lisa Henson, Halle Stanford, John W. Hyde, Terissa Kelton, Wendy Moss-Klein and Nancy Steingard will serve as executive producers.
Titmouse Animation Studios will provide the animation for the series.
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