A hip new musical series is premiering on the Noog Network App, and it stars talented current and former Agoura High students. Scarlett is about a teenage girl singer (Katelyn Kelley) who is trying to make it in the music industry. “Her dream is seriously jeopardized when a more established singer tries to steal her demo song,” said Butch Hartman (Fairly OddParents), the show’s creator.
Scarlett, which also stars Andrew Muccitelli and Katherine Steele, will debut Dec. 6th. Two songs from the show–”Can’t Let Go” and “Just Dance,” written by Hartman and Guy Moon–will be released on iTunes two weeks later: on Dec. 14th and Dec. 21st respectively.
The show, shot over a four-day period at various locales throughout the Conejo Valley, is comprised of 10, two-minute episodes which players must unlock to view. This isn’t the first Noog show to feature local talent. Lincoln High and Zack 2.0 also star Agoura High alumni.
Hartman recently held a launch party for cast and crew at his Calabasas home. “It’s amazing,” said Kelley, an Agoura High senior, after viewing the finished show for the first time. “I knew it would be good, but it has far exceeded my expectations.”
Steele, who plays Scarlett’s rival, Kimmy Krash, said she grew up watching Hartman’s animated shows on television. “It’s surreal to be working with him,” said the Agoura High graduate. “He’s a great director”
All three thespians have been involved with the the high school’s theater arts program. “I love being in theater productions, but it’s cool to be able to do something onscreen,” said Muccitelli, a junior, who plays Scarlett’s protective brother.
Here’s a look at a trailer from the show:
To celebrate the Scarlett’s debut, cast members will appear and perform at “Santa’s Holiday Village Carnival’ in Camarillo Dec. 12.
The Noog Network is an animated world filled with cartoons, video games and live action shows that are geared for kids ages 6-14. To download the free app on your mobile devise, click here.