The long-awaited Sonic the Hedgehog movie mini-series, Knuckles, was officially announced by Paramount Pictures early Thursday.
A newly unveiled poster announced a six-episode streaming event on the Paramount Plus streaming service. The debut was scheduled for 26 April 2024 in the United States and Canada, while 27 April was scheduled for viewers elsewhere.
The mini-series, set between the second and third Sonic films, will follow the echidna “on a hilarious and action-packed journey of self-discovery as he agrees to train Wade as his protégé and teach him the ways of the Echidna warrior,” said Paramount in a statement.
- Idris Elba voicing Knuckles
- Ben Schwartz voicing Sonic
- Colleen O’Shaughnessey voicing Tails
- Adam Pally as Wade Whipple
- Tika Sumpter as Maddie Wachowski
- Julian Barratt as Jack Sinclair
- Alice Tregonning as Susie
- Cary Elwes as “Pistol” Pete Whipple
- Rory McCann as The Buyer
- Scott Mescudi as Agent Mason
- Ellie Taylor as Agent Willoughby
- Stockard Channing as Wendy Whipple
- Edi Patterson as Wanda Whipple
- Christopher Lloyd voicing Pachacamac
- Daniel Singh as Cattleprod Bounty Hunter
The studio also uploaded a trailer on social media, which gave fans a closer look at the highly anticipated programme.
The majority of the cast from the theatrical Sonic films will return, like Adam Pally, Tika Sumpter, and voice acts from Idris Elba, Ben Schwartz and Colleen O’Shaughnessey.
As previously reported, special guests include Stockard Channing, Edi Patterson, Scott Mescudi, Ellie Taylor, Julian Barratt, Rory McCann, Cary Elwes, Daniel Singh, Paul Scheer, and Rob Huebel, and voice acts from Christopher Lloyd.