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Peacock summons YA fantasy series 'Supernatural Academy' for January premiere

Supernatural Academy arrives on Peacock Jan. 20, 2022.

By Josh Weiss
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It's time to get supernatural. No, we're not talking about the Winchester brothers. We're talking about Peacock's forthcoming animated series, Supernatural Academy. Based on the best-selling books written by Jaymin Eve, the YA fantasy project (hailing from 41 Entertainment) will tell the story of twin sisters marked at birth for a greater destiny.

Raised in the supernatural world, Jessa Lebron is popular and confident while Mischa Jackson/Lebron — raised in the human world — is a bit of a loner. The two characters are begrudgingly reunited at Supernatural Academy, but must learn to put their differences aside in order to trust one another and save the world. We'd say the stakes can't get much higher than that.

“It is so incredible to see my original story come to life in this high-quality animation project,” Eve said in a statement. "I am so grateful to both Peacock and 41 Entertainment for believing in me and I am sure that all of the fans of the books are anxiously marking January 20th on their diaries."

Check out a batch of first look photos below:

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The full voice cast is as follows:

Larissa Dias (Supernatural) as Jessa Lebron, a popular Wolf Shifter in her junior year at the Supernatural Academy. She has everything a girl could ever ask for including a supportive father and four best friends with their own unique supernatural skills.

Gigi Saul Guerro (Marvel Super Hero Adventures) as Mischa Jackson/Lebron. Raised by a single mom with a tendency to move from place to place, Mischa has never fit in anywhere. The timid, creative and sweet natured girl transforms after realizing her mother has hidden who she truly is for sixteen years.

Vincent Tong (Ninjago) as Maximus, a natural leader as proven through his watchful eye on his younger brother Braxton.

Cardi Wong (Are you Afraid of the Dark?) as Braxton, the lovable, goofy and smooth talker of the group.

Shannon Chan-Kent (You) as Elda Kristov, the daughter of the Headmaster of the Supernatural Academy and sees Jessa as her main rival for Queen Bee status.

Bethan Brown (Charmed) as Terra, Jessa’s lifelong bestie. Terra’s unique power of sorcery perfectly rounds out the group’s supernatural abilities.

Brian Drummond (The Willoughbys) as Headmaster Kristov, who proves himself to be manipulative, villainy, and self-righteous as he plots against the Lebron twins from the moment they are reunited.

Barbara Kottmeier (Supernatural) as Lienda Jackson/Lebron, the true definition of a Mother. She is a strong woman who has sacrificed her supernatural ability and a life with one of her twin daughters, solely to protect her family.

Alessandro Juliani (The Magicians) as Jonathon Lebron, head of the World Council and the Alpha Wolf of the Lebron pack, Jonathon not only has a civic duty but a paternal instinct to save the realms and his daughters.

Ali J Eisner (Fraggle Rock) as Jae, a Faerie whose music has the literal charm to soothe savage beasts and create new life.

Diana Kaarina (The Hollow) as Santra, the new history teacher at Supernatural Academy, Santra is the intelligent, compassionate, and confident guide that students can rely on.

Kathleen Barr (Johnny Test) as Yufon, a powerful and stern member of the World Council.

Allen Bohbot is an executive producer on the show, which was developed for television by Gillian Horvath. Steve Ball and Jody Prouse serve as series director and animation director, respectively. ICON Creative Studio provides the animation. John Majkut composed the original theme song.

Comprised of 16 episodes (each running 30 minutes long) Supernatural Academy arrives on Peacock Jan. 20, 2022.

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