Disney Channel’s latest original animation series 101 Dalmatian Street is inspired by Dodie Smith’s 1956 novel and Walt Disney’s 1961 ﬁlm 101 Dalmatians.
101 Dalmatian Street is a modern family comedy set in 21st century London, which follows the adventures of eldest Dalmatian step-siblings Dylan and Dolly, their parents Delilah and Doug, and their big barking blended family of 97 younger brothers and sisters, whose names also all begin with ‘D’. With two working parents and no human owner, there’s a lot of pressure on Dylan and Dolly to keep the home ﬁres burning, despite the fact that they’re still just kids who want to do their own thing. Chaos and comedy are unleashed as they try to balance furry fun with family duty.
Oscar® and BAFTA winning Passion Animation Studios, headquartered in the UK and employing an international crew of more than fifty artists, serve as lead producers for the series, with Atomic Cartoons in Vancouver providing animation services. 101 Dalmatian Street was developed by Disney’s UK-based original animation team working with Gigglebug Entertainment in Helsinki, who provided concept development and are creating short form and digital content to accompany the series.
101 Dalmatian Street has been commissioned for 10 x 2’ shorts, 40 x 11’ episodes, and 5 x 22’ specials.