RAD Lands, aimed at getting 6- to 10-year-olds to eat healthier, has launched exclusively on iTunes.
The series consists of six 22-minute episodes. Parents can download the first episode for free, and the others for 99 cents each; or all six episodes for $3.99. (Add a dollar to each price for HD). Go to iTunes.com/RadLands to download.
Each episode is divided into seven segments:
An animated segment featuring “a small rebel squad devoted to protecting the universe from an evil nemesis who wants to turn all the galaxy’s crops into processed junk.”
Musical performances from such acts as Neon Trees, Portugal The Man, Wayne Coyne, and Biz Markie.
‘Real-Life Cooking Demos’
“Coached by celebrity chefs Amanda Freitag, Duff Goldman and Michael Voltaggio, kids learn how to make easy, delicious eats.”
A competition hosted by Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams, stars of YouTube’s Feast of Fiction, “where kids create snacks using odds and ends in their pantry.”
“A documentary look at kids growing, planting, and enjoying food they helped grow.”
This science-minded segment “communicates difficult to explain food-related concepts in easy-to-understand, animated storytelling.”
“Takes kids on a reverse ride to see how their food makes it from the farm to their table.”
By the way, RAD Lands was co-created by Chipotle Mexican Grill. But since the fast food chain stresses that the series is “unbranded … with no company logos and no hidden burritos, just entertaining and interesting content around food,” we haven’t felt the need to mention it until now.
‘RAD Lands’ teaser:
- Isn’t it Snowmantic? - November 24, 2017
- ThanksStreaming Day - November 22, 2017
- David Cassidy, 1950-2017 - November 22, 2017
- Mubi, Curiosity On VRV - November 21, 2017
- ‘November Criminals’ - November 21, 2017
- Dockery Goes ‘Godless’ - November 20, 2017
- Antenna’s Bunkers Binge - November 20, 2017
- The ‘Messiah’ is Coming - November 17, 2017
- A Second Beatification - November 17, 2017
- Interactive Sitcom - November 16, 2017