A wild stallion is captured by humans and slowly loses the will to resist training, yet, throughout his struggles for freedom, the stallion refuses to let go of the hope of one day returning home to his herd.
Picking up where the 2015 film left off, this coming-of-age buddy comedy follows fearless Tip and overenthusiastic Oh, as they navigate the crazily combined human and alien culture they live in, finding adventure everywhere they go.
Eep, Grug, Thunk, Ugga, Sandy and Gran are back. Follow them as they meet new friends, outrun new creatures and encounter "firsts" the world has never seen - such as school, slumber parties, hiccups and elections.
When city-turned-country girl Lucky meets a wild mustang named Spirit, she feels an instant connection to the untamable horse. A courageous and natural-born leader, Lucky navigates this new world with her two new best friends, Pru and Abigail by her side. The trio embark on thrilling adventures, find genuine friendship, and discover what it means to be free!
I came across this show on Netflix. I've never seen the original movie, and neither has my son. It sounds like this is quite different from the movie and should be viewed as a separate show. For me, personally, the show didn't do much. I thought the quality of the animation was sub-par. The story lines seemed a little silly. On the positive side, the stories were reasonably well written and carried you along. The main reason I give this 8 out of 10 stars is because my 6 year old son loved it. I'm sure my son would give it 10 out of 10 stars. He watched all the episodes one after another and never got bored. Through the eyes of an adult, I wouldn't bother, but if you want you children to be entertained, I can say that mine was greatly entertained. It always makes me happy to see my kid happy, so thanks Dreamworks for making my son happy.
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