Peacock unveiled the release date for the prequel TV mini-series, “Ted”, providing an exciting surprise for fans. The series, set to premiere on January 11, 2024, promises to be an amusing and nostalgic dive into the origin of the popular teddy bear character and his friendship with 16-year-old John Bennett.
The prequel series, with all seven episodes scheduled to air on January 11, 2024, will be available exclusively on Peacock. It will serve as an introduction to the two classic “Ted” movies, exploring the early years of Ted as he resides with John Bennett and his family in Massachusetts in 1993.
Seth MacFarlane, the creator of the “Ted” franchise, voices the character of Ted, a magically animated teddy bear. The series delves into the unique dynamics between Ted, John, and the Bennett household, offering entertaining insights into Ted’s origin story and his adventures during this period.
Peacock has released a teaser trailer, offering a first look at the interaction between the 1993 version of Ted and his future self. The series promises to showcase humorous and heartwarming moments, and fans can watch all seven episodes on Peacock starting from the premiere date.
The main cast includes Seth MacFarlane as Ted, Max Burkholder as John Bennett, Scott Grimes as Matty Bennett, Alanna Ubach as Susan Bennett, and Giorgia Whigham as Cousin Blaire. As fans eagerly await the premiere of the “Ted” prequel series, it is expected to capture the essence of what made the teddy bear a cultural hit.