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My son was telling us last night that he really wants to see Turbo. With Netflix of course we can watch it, and with Netflix he can even watch Turbo Fast first installment and second installment. He loves race cars as I’m sure more little boys do, so if you’re not on Netflix yet here’s another reason to be!
As we race towards the second installment of DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo FAST (Fast Action Stunt Team) premieres on Netflix on April 4th, I had to let you know there will soon be new episodes of the action packed, laugh out loud, outrageous comedy will soon be available on Netflix.
The first ever Netflix original animated series, Turbo FAST, a 2D animated sequel to the film, amps up everything to the extreme – extreme adventures, extreme challenges and extreme excitement! In a departure from the Netflix pattern of debuting an entire series at one time,Turbo FAST debuted it first group of episodes this past Christmas and is launching future episodes timed to school holidays. Next up is Spring Break!
Turbo FAST is a fun filled high octane ensemble comedy series teaming Turbo, fresh off his Indy 500 victory tour, with a posse of adrenaline junkie fueled snail buddies who form the Fast Action Stunt Team (FAST) to meet exciting new challenges and go on daring new adventures. Home base is Starlight City, complete with a customized snail racetrack, but FAST also ventures to familiar Los Angeles landmarks and beyond for all kinds of outrageous, fun-filled exploits.
Each member of FAST – Turbo, Whiplash, Burn, Smoove Move, White Shadow, Skidmark and Turbo’s brother, Chet – has their own snail power and catch phrase. With their tricked-out shells and “souped up” attachments like a jet engine, fire-spitting afterburners and a killer sound system, the team attempts outrageous stunts, races on the coolest tracks, and takes on the craziest challengers, including masked Mexican lizards, surfer cockroaches, Sumo snails and a tiger beetle furious because he is no longer the fastest insect on the planet.