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HBO’s Max To Launch Kids’ Show Focused On Disabilities

A first-of-its-kind animated children’s show featuring a cast of characters who all have some type of disability is coming to television.

The half-hour show “Hop” follows an eclectic group of best friends whose comedic adventures are intended to teach preschoolers to embrace differences in themselves and others.

The streaming service Max will air the show, which comes from the creator of the venerable children’s series “Arthur,” starting next month.

“Led by Hop, an enthusiastic, empathetic frog with one leg shorter than the other, he and his quirky friends address kid-relatable challenges with a healthy dose of laughter, silliness, and adventure,” according to Max.

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