My Little Pony: Winter Wishday Review 2022 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Winter Wishday is coming to Netflix on November 21st, just in time for the holiday season and we have some more video that you can watch as you wait for the show to start streaming. The video has them stuck in the middle of a snow storm trying to make their way safely out of it. This almost hour special is the third chapter and has the Mane 5 celebrating all of their holiday traditions while trying to make it back for Sunny, where they can exchange gifts and enjoy each others company.
Screen Rant is delighted to present a first look at the magical trailer for My Little Pony: Winter Wishday, a warmhearted holiday special that serves as Chapter 3 of the My Little Pony: Make Your Mark series. The popular pony show is based on Hasbro’s beloved toy line and media franchise, which originated in 1983 and has only grown more beloved as Hasbro expanded its influence in television and film. Arriving on Netflix on November 21, Winter Wishday reunites viewers with friends Zipp, Sunny, Izzy, Pipp, and Hitch for another adventure in Equestria.
Prior to Winter Wishday’s release, the latest generation of My Little Pony premiered on Netflix with the special episode “Make Your Mark” back in May and was followed by an 8-episode series that launched in September. The new computer-animated series acts as a sequel to the 2021 film My Little Pony: A New Generation, thus it follows the movie’s important themes of inclusion and—of course—friendship. Additionally, the voice actors from the 2D-animated series My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale returned to portray the Equestrian heroines, creating more continuity for young viewers even across different platforms and production styles. Screen Rant’s exclusive look at the trailer reintroduces those characters and sets them on the path to a new adventure.
In the trailer for My Little Pony: Winter Wishday, the Mane 5 are getting ready to celebrate the special holiday, each in their own way. Sunny (voiced by Jenna Warren) hopes she and her friends can exchange gifts in Maretime Bay, under the light of the wishing star, but that’s pretty far from the home of Hitch’s (JJ Gerber) grandmare Figgy—not to mention all the other pony traditions in store for the evening. Not to be deterred, the best friends decide no horse gets left behind and proceed to carry out every activity in a single day with Izzy’s (Ana Sani) flying van, an upcycle project named the Mare Stream.
As the new My Little Pony: Winter Wishday trailer shows, grandma Figgy’s house is a warm and inviting place where the ponies can build gingerbread houses and read Wishday stories. But the day’s not done yet, and next, it’s off to Bridlewood to place Izzy’s hoof-made ordainment on the Wishing Tree. Seeing the ponies participate in this unicorn tradition highlights My Little Pony’s ethos of teaching how to respect differences and celebrate each other with kindness.
My Little Pony: Winter Wishday also stars Make Your Mark mainstays Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (who has charmed Netflix audiences in Never Have I Ever) as Zipp, AJ Bridel as Pipp, and Rob Tinkler as Sparky. With a runtime of 44 minutes, the new holiday special is poised to create a memorable experience for children and parents alike, allowing for enjoyment and education to take place at once. No matter how each family celebrates the winter season, their methods will be championed in Equestria.