Lost Ollie (2022)

Lost Ollie Parents Guide

Lost ollie is Netflix‘s upcoming, live-action- computer-animated television series. Directed by Peter Ramsey and co-written by Shannon Tindle, Joanna Calo, Marc Haimes, and Kate Gersten.

If your kids wish to watch the film it is important for you to check out the Lost Ollie Parents Guide. It gives you prior information about the content of the movie so that you can decide if the film is appropriate for your kids or not.

Lost Ollie Release Date

Lost Ollie is set to be released on 24 August 2022

Series Name Lost Ollie
Genre Animation, Adventure, Drama
Director Peter Ramsey
Creator Shannon Tindle
Writer Shannon Tindle, Joanna Calo, Marc Haimes, Kate Gersten
Release Date 24 August 2022
Season 1
Episodes 4
Runtime 45 mint
Country United State
Language English
Production Company

21 Laps Entertainment, Industrial Light & Magic

Distributors Netflix

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Official Synopsis

A toy searches the countryside for the young boy who lost him in this family series inspired by the book “Ollie’s Odyssey.”

When Ollie, a stuffed toy, awakens to discover himself in an unfamiliar place, he embarks on an epic journey to find his best friend Billy.

Lost ollie Parents Guide Age Rating
Lost ollie Parents Guide Age Rating

Lost Ollie Parents Guide Age Rating

  • No sexual content
  • There is no nudity
  • Emotional scenes
  • There no alcohol
  • The series is not rated yet we will update you soon.

Who is in the cast of Lost Ollie?

  • Jonathan Groff as Ollie
  • Mary J. Blige as Rosy
  • Tim Blake Nelson as Zozo
  • Gina Rodriguez as Momma
  • Jake Johnson as Daddy
  • Kesler Talbot as Billy

Lost Ollie Official Trailer

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Know about the Lost ollie Parents guide. Does Whymper Lost ollie receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about Lost ollie ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

In fact, the age rating is fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America film rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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