EXCLUSIVE: has given up a third season of Dreamflight Sleepy Stories, with narrators, Nina Sosanya, Rakie Ayola, and Dervla Kirwan on board.
The 20-episode short-form show is designed to help young children improve their mental health and wellbeing by introducing them to stunning wildlife and landscapes, according to well-known actors. Past narrators include Julie Walters, Russell Tovey, and David Harewood.
For example, episodes in previous seasons have focused on "Lazy Lemurs," "Flight of the Butterflies," and "Ballet Dancing Birds."
The third installment of Sky Studios' natural history producer, led by Wendy Darke, a former BBC Studios Natural History Unit, will debut later this month.
Darke is co-creator, alongside Ian France, and Nick Smith-Baker is the series producer.
Predators, the first collaboration between Sky and Netflix, is also behind True to Nature. It also produces the likes of CBBC's One Zoo Three and Shark with Steve Backshall.
"The third series of Dreamflight Sleepy Stories will assist young children, parents, and caregivers relax by experiencing the soothing effect of connecting with nature and providing additional support for mindfulness and wellbeing," Darke said.