Little Ellen Parades onto Cartoonito for Season Two, Streaming Mar. 3 on HBO Max!


Just in time for Mardi Gras, Little Ellen is back for a fun-filled season on Cartoonito on HBO Max beginning Thursday, Mar. 3. Inspired by Ellen DeGeneres’ childhood memories growing up in New Orleans, the preschool series from Warner Bros. Animation and Ellen Digital Ventures explores the world through the eyes of a hilarious and unpredictable seven-year-old Ellen DeGeneres. The series follows Little Ellen and her best friends on fun, everyday adventures across the Big Easy, teaching lessons of resilience, optimism and courage along the way.


In season two, Ellen and her friends celebrate Mardi Gras with an epic scavenger hunt through the musical French Quarter. Then, Little Ellen learns what it means to express herself when a salesperson tries to sell her “girl shoes” instead of the ones she really wants. With the perfect pair on her feet, Little Ellen dances along to more adventures filled with magic tricks, pranks on Gramsy, fun weddings and so much more!


Little Ellen Series Description: Seven-year-old Ellen DeGeneres is a hilarious, imaginative, and big-hearted kid navigating life in New Orleans alongside her wise and eccentric Gramsy, musical best friend Freckle, fashion-forward cousin Becky, and clever cat Charlie. Along their adventures, Ellen and her band of heroes find fun in everyday challenges. With the Big Easy as a backdrop, where there’s no shortage of good food, great music, and incredible people to share their stories, Little Ellen has a little bit of something for everyone!


Little Ellen Voice Cast: The talented voice cast includes Oscar® nominee June Squibb(The Fungies!) as Gramsy; Laurel Emory (The Healing Powers of Dude) as Little Ellen; JeCobi Swain (Home Economics) as Ellen’s BFF Freckle; and Johanna Colón(Euphoria) as Ellen’s chic cousin Becky.


Little Ellen Credits:

Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin A. Leman II, and Sam Register are executive producers. The series is led by co-executive producer Jennifer Skelly, supervising producer Erik Knutson and producer Jason Blackman.