It’s the summertime, but summer still doesn’t feel quite right.
In Summerland, the kids have just been back home from a school holiday.
As they sit on the porch of their house, their parents are out for a run and the kids are ready to get out.
Summerland is a show about a little girl who’s on the edge of becoming the world’s biggest super hero.
It is set in the town of Summerland and tells the story of a young girl named Summer who, as the eldest of three siblings, struggles to fit in.
She wants to be cool and she’s the only girl in her class who doesn’t get bullied, but she can’t help but feel isolated and lonely.
The show’s premise follows Summer as she moves to Summerland to become a super hero and she quickly falls in love with her new home, Summer.
She’s a super-hero, but at the same time she struggles to accept her new surroundings.
Summer has the world at her feet, but when the super-powered hero known as Captain Marvel comes to Summerlands town, she becomes a target of a villain known as the King of Winter, who wants to capture Summer.
Summer is on the outside, in danger, but Summerland has her back and it’s the other kids who are on the inside trying to help her and protect her.
Summer gets help from her friends and allies, but also from the King.
When the King turns his attention to Summer, Summer becomes a pawn in his plans to capture her.
Springland is based on the Summerland comics.
The show’s creative team includes Jennifer Kent (writer of Teen Titans), Andrew DeMarco (writer for Teen Titans Go!) and Scott Thompson (writer/executive producer on The Flash, Supergirl, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries).
Springlands creators, Andrew DeFrank and Andrew Randal are also working on another Summerland series, which is set on the small town of Silver City.
The story is set during the same period in the comic.
Springland was created by John Fawcett, who wrote the Teen Titans TV show, and he also worked on the Teen Wolf TV show.
Summerland was first published in May 2018 and starred Sarah Michelle Gellar as Summer.
In Summerland: Strike, Summer and her friends are back in the big city after a long time away.
They head to a beach house where they are greeted by a giant super-villain known as Winter, a villain who has come to Winterland to capture the little girl.
The kids have been brought together by a mysterious new girl named Chloe, who is a super agent of the villain known only as Cap.
Winter’s plans to get Summer back are set to fall apart when Summer and the others discover a new super-agent, the new super hero, Captain Marvel, who has been training in the beach house for a year and has joined the group as a new recruit.
Captain Marvel has been recruited by Winter and is about to take on Winter’s new enemy, the King, who seeks to capture Captain Marvel as well.
Chloe’s goal is to get Captain Marvel and Summer back together and to make sure Winter’s plan goes forward.
Captain Marvel: Strike takes place during the events of the comics’ Teen Titans comic book series.
Summerland was written by Jennifer Kent and directed by James Vanderbilt, who also wrote and directed Teen Titans: Go!, Teen Titans and Teen Titans Super.