Created by Tohn (“American Idol”) and Scharf (“Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation”), “Do, Re & Mi” showcases original tracks performed by Bell (Princess Anna in Disney’s “Frozen”), Tohn and other guests. The series follows three birdie best friends named Do, Re & Mi who live in a world filled with rhythm, beats and melodies. Every episode of the series starts with an adventure and ends in a song.

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“What better way to jumpstart our new animation division than by joining with Kristen Bell and her creative, innovative partners Michael, Jackie and Ivan who brought Do, Re & Mi to our attention,” commented Atlan. “We believe ‘Do, Re & Mi’ will connect kids to music in a fun, new way across all screens.”



Amazon Studios has given the greenlight to Gaumont’s new musical preschool show Do, Re & Mi. Created by Jackie Tohn (GLOWAmerican Idol) and Michael Scarf (Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation), the 52 x 11-minute Amazon Original will be produced by Gaumont with executive producers Tohn, Scharf, Kristen Bell (Frozen) and Ivan Askwith (Reading Rainbow).



Created by Jackie Tohn (American IdolA Futile and Stupid Gesture) and Michael Scharf (The Moon and The Son: An Imagined Conversation), the 52 x 11-minute series follows the magical adventures of a musical eighth note, Mi, whose daily task is to find inspiration for a song.



Amazon Studios has greenlit production on Do, Re & Mi, an animated musical series for preschoolers, from Kristen Bell, Jackie Tohn (GLOW, A Futile and Stupid Gesture), Michael Scharf (Moon and The Son: An Imagined Conversation), Ivan Askwith (Veronica Mars) and Gaumont. The 52-episode 11-minute series will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in over 200 countries and territories.


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Bell will share producer duties with Tohn, Michael Scharf and Ivan Askwith. The series was created by Tohn and Scharf.

The show will follow Mi, the musical note, who searches for a song each day with pals Do, an electronic tablet, and Re, a bossy keyboard. The trio find their song by the end of each episode.