The creators of the popular animated series Treehouse Detective Comics say their animated series is coming to the web in 2017, as part of a new partnership with The Treehouse.
The new series is titled Treehouse Detectives, and it stars a trio of Treehouse detectives who investigate a murder case.
The series is also the brainchild of a group of people, led by co-creator and executive producer Jay Barone.
The Treehouses are investigating a murder in the New York City borough of Manhattan, and they’re all on a case, but none of them are the detectives, which is why they’re the detectives of this mystery.
“The Treehouse has been around for about 30 years, and our detectives are our heroes,” Barone told The Huffington Post.
“I’m really excited to be bringing them back to the Web.
They’re our heroes.”
The show is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
It has already been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Animated Series and received a Peabody Award for best animated feature film.
“We’re all very excited about this,” Barre said.
“It’s a unique story, and we’ve had an opportunity to build this show over the years.
We’re just really excited that we’re finally getting the chance to bring this to the Internet.”
Barone added that the series is a continuation of the “Treehouse” movies and TV shows.
Barone, who created the show in the early 2000s, has been involved in animated projects since at least the mid-1990s.
“My first big thing is making cartoons and games,” he said.
Barones work on the Treehouse series has been well documented.
In 2015, he created the animated series The Secret Life of Pets, which starred Jason Schwartzman and Amy Poehler, and the “Dumb and Dumber” series.
“In 2013, we had a very different kind of story to tell,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in 2016.
“This one takes place in a very specific universe, which has the exact same set of characters.”
Barre told HuffPost in 2016 that he’s working on other animated projects, but he has not set a release date for the Treehouses.
“They are not the ones to tell me when or how much they’re doing,” he added.
“If I ever do that, they will be the ones who know.”