41 Entertainment announces expansion into YA animation
41 Entertainment LLC (41E) announced a new strategy to expand into YA animation focused on Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy starting with the best-selling series of books by Jaymin Eve entitled The Supernatural Academy.
Jaymin Eve is the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Amazon Charts bestselling author of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and sci-fi novels filled with epic love stories, great adventure, and plenty of laughs.
41E has secured exclusive, global, multimedia, animation rights to both the Supernatural Academy and Supernatural Prison book series.
The Supernatural Academy is where shifters, vampires, magic users, and fey are educated. Where they are taught about their abilities, and how to function in the human world. Maddison James has been living in the human world inhabited by 5 races including Vampires, Shifters, Faerie (Fey), Magic User (Witches, Wizards and Sorcerers) and Demi-Fey (mermaids, centaurs, ogres, trolls, Pixies and Harpies). Maddi is completely unaware she’s a supernatural. But her locked away energy flares at times and accidentally alerted the supernatural schools to her presence. Eventually, one night, on her twenty-second birthday, Maddi is tracked down by one of them, informed that her powers will continue to grow and told she must learn how to control her abilities. Maddi thinks this is all insane and tries to escape, only to be dragged to the school against her will.
The all CG animation series, envisioned with toon-shading, will target females 16-34 years of age and launch in fall 2021.
The Supernatural Academy ™ & © is an exclusive Property of 41 Entertainment LLC – All rights reserved under exclusive license from Jaymin Eve. Jaymin Eve is represented by Maggie Marr Legal.
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