Today’s Savannah Guthrie confirms her brand new show on all different network starts today

SAVANNAH Guthrie has announced that her new Netflix show launches today.

The Princess Power cartoon is based on Today Anchor’s Princesses Wear Pants children’s book series, which she co-authors with Allison Oppenheim.

Savannah Guthrie's new Netflix show starts today


Savannah Guthrie’s new Netflix show starts todayPhoto credit: Getty
The presenter's cartoon is inspired by the children's books she produces


The presenter’s cartoon is inspired by the children’s books she producesPhoto credit: Getty

Guthrie, 51, is the executive producer behind the show alongside Drew Barrymore.

Hailing from different fruit-inspired kingdoms, characters Penny Pineapple, Bea Blueberry, Rita Raspberry, and Kira Kiwi use girl power to achieve their goals.

They all accept their differences and work to be stronger together, sending a message of strength to young viewers.

There are 14 episodes in the first season of the cartoon.

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The cartoon premieres on Netflix today – January 30 – and Guthrie teased the upcoming launch in a social media post on Sunday.

She shared a throwback snap of her daughter Vale when she was younger.

She said, “One more day! PRINCESS POWER debuts on Netflix.”

The touching image featured Vale in a sweater that read, “Princesses save the world.”

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Fans shared their excitement as they counted down to the start of the show.

One Instagram user wrote: “We are so excited. My granddaughter loves the books and is so happy that she can see them all [of] the Adventures.

“I can’t count the number of times she’s watched the trailer.”

Another simply said: “I can’t wait.”

And a third fan commented: “My daughter asked this morning ‘when can I watch this?’ Can not Hardly Wait.”

Viewers believe Guthrie’s show will appeal not just to little girls, but to women and mothers across America.

Dozens of supporters have congratulated Guthrie ahead of the launch of her show.

NBC and MSNBC journalist Jacob Soboroff shared his approval by posting several clapping emojis in the post.

Stephanie Ruhle, moderator of the 11th Hour on MSNBC, said, “I can’t!!!!!!”

Guthrie announced last September that her children’s picture books were being adapted into a television show.

The daytime TV presenter said: “Everyone has worked so hard on this. It’s really cute. It’s called Princess Power now, but it’s the story of all the little girls from the different fruit kingdoms.

“It’s all about girls coming together to solve problems. It is so sweet.”

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Guthrie raved about the animation, which she described as “beautiful.”

She and Oppenheim published the first book in the series in 2017, and the sequel Princesses Save the World hit shelves the following year. Today’s Savannah Guthrie confirms her brand new show on all different network starts today


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