TV Series Like Monster High
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About Monster High
Follow the characters as they navigate the hilarity of high school in the hallowed halls of Monster High.
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|Show Name||Monster High|
|Genres||Animation Comedy Fantasy|
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ails from SpongeBob SquarePants' alum John Trabbic III and follows a former rain cloud, a brawny mailman and their magical pet walrus as they deliver packages to the unusual inhabitants of Mount Middlemost. In the debut episode, "First Delivery," while delivering a letter to a house that never gets mail, the gang goes through warfare to get to its front door. Next in "Chore or Less," in an attempt to be more like Angus, Parker does the chores and realizes that they're actually boring. The Middlemost Post voice cast includes Becky Robinson (Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts) as Parker J. Cloud, an exuberant, relentlessly kind, overly eager, and most of all, pliable cloud who's desire is to spread cheer; John DiMaggio (Futurama) as Angus Roy Shackelton, Parker's boss and proprietor of the Middlemost Post; Kiren (Raising Hope) as Lily, Parker's best friend and master inventor; Colton Dunn (Superstore) as Mayor Peeve, the petty Mayor of the city of Somewhere locked in a petty, one-sided feud with Angus; and Johnny Pemberton (In the Loop) as Ryan, Mayor Peeve's loyal assistant. Middlemost Post is created and co-executive produced by John Trabbic III. Dave Johnson serves as co-executive producer and story editor for Middlemost Post, with production overseen by Kelley Gardner, Vice President, Current Series, Animation, Nickelodeon.
Having moved to Great Lakes City back in The Loud House episode "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", Ronnie Anne Santiago, her older brother Bobby, and their mother Maria move in with their extended family called the Casagrandes consisting of the grandparents Hector and Rosa, aunt and uncle Frida and Carlos, their cousins Carlota, C.J., Carl, and Carlitos, and their pets Lalo and Sergio. Ronnie Anne meets new friends like Sid Chang, expresses more about her relatives, and explores the endless possibilities in Great Lakes City. Bobby helps Hector run the mercado (another word for bodega) as he discovers similarities with his family's quirky neighbors.
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