Amazon has greenlit two new kids' shows: 'Bug Diaries' and 'Sigmund and the Sea Monsters'.
The first is based on a bestselling series of children's books, while the second is based on a classic Saturday morning TV series from the 1970s.
'The Bug Diaries' is an animated comedy aimed at preschoolers, based on Doreen Cronin's series of books. It follows a comic trio of slimy, crawly and buzzy bug friends (Worm, Spider and Fly, respectively) as they go on adventures through the insect world.
It offers kids a chance to experience life as a fly, a worm and a spider as each character records their adventures in their own diaries.
'Sigmund and the Sea Monsters' is a live-action show aimed at children aged six to 11. Two brothers, Johnny and Scotty, and their cousin Robyn befriend Sigmund, a friendly sea monster who escapes from his old life and his comically dysfunctional brothers. Their aim? To keep Sigmund safe in the clubhouse, away from the hunter Captain Barnabas (played by David Arquette).
There's no word when either will be available to watch.