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Central Park (TV series)

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Central Park
CentralParklogo.jpg
GenreAnimated sitcom
Musical
Created byJosh Gad & Loren Bouchard & Nora Smith
Voices of
Theme music composer
  • Kate Anderson
  • Elyssa Samsel
Composers
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Production
Executive producers
  • Josh Gad
  • Loren Bouchard
  • Nora Smith
  • Halsted Sullivan
  • Jon Liebman
  • Marc Gurvitz
  • Robin Schwartz
  • Sanjay Shah
ProducerKevin Larsen
EditorKris Fitzgerald
Running time22–26 minutes
Production companies
Release
Original networkApple TV+
Picture format4K (Ultra HD)
Original releaseMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29) –
present
External links
Website

Central Park is an American musical adult animated sitcom created by Loren Bouchard, Nora Smith and Josh Gad for Apple TV+.[1] Debuting on May 29, 2020, the series revolves around a family living in Central Park in New York City who must save it from a greedy land developer.

Premise

Told through the eyes of a fourth wall-aware busker narrator, named Birdie, the musical series tells the story of the Tillerman–Hunter family who live in Edendale Castle in Central Park. Patriarch Owen (the dorky manager of the park), his wife Paige (a journalist always stuck with writing fluff pieces and hopes to write a real story), their daughter Molly (loves drawing comics about herself and a boy she has a crush on) and their son Cole (an emotional young boy who loves animals). Their lives change when an elderly heiress and entrepreneur named Bitsy Brandenham and her frequently-abused assistant Helen plot to buy up all the land in Central Park and turn it into more condominiums, shopping stores and restaurants as a way of getting back at the world. The Tillermans must also deal with their issues and save the park.

Cast

Main

  • Kristen Bell (season 1)[2] and Emmy Raver-Lampman (season 2)[3] as Molly Tillerman, Owen and Paige's daughter; Cole's sister; she likes drawing her comic books about herself as a hair powered superhero named Fista-Puffs who fights crime alongside a hero named Kite-Boy.
  • Tituss Burgess as Cole Tillerman, Owen and Paige's son; Molly's brother; an emotional boy who wants Bitsy's dog, Shampagne, as he shows more affection and care for him than his owner does. Burgess also voices Kelleth Vanbeaceler, the author of The Squirrel Quarrels, in "Squirrel, Interrupted."
  • Daveed Diggs as Helen, Bitsy's assistant; she is frequently abused by her employer and hopes to inherit the Brandenham fortune for herself one day.
  • Josh Gad as Birdie, a busker at the park and the show's narrator who gleefully talks about the events while also offering friendly, albeit occasionally annoying, support for Owen. Birdie has trouble staying professional in his work. He believes a narrator's job is to act as a guardian angel to the protagonists in the story they're following.
  • Kathryn Hahn as Paige Hunter, Molly and Cole's mother; Owen's wife; a reporter for a not very notable New York newspaper who wants to report on real stories and not fluff pieces so that she can prove her worth.
  • Leslie Odom Jr. as Owen Tillerman, Molly and Cole's father; Paige's husband; the park manager who wishes that he had more respect from his family and that the park, which he worships, was treated as carefully as he treats it.
  • Stanley Tucci as Bitsy Brandenham, a business entrepreneur who wants to replace Central Park with a bunch of condos and retail space for personal reasons. She is the owner of Shampagne, a Shi-Poo that she unknowingly abuses and Cole is unhealthily obsessed with.

Following her replacement for the voice of Molly, Bell will voice a new character in the second season of the series in a main capacity.[3]

Recurring

Guest

  • Fred Armisen as
    • Esposito, a sanitation engineer manager.
    • Zoom Abromavich, a movie tour guide whose tours often involve obscure films or deleted scenes of films.
  • Ed Asner as Ambrose Brandenham, Bitsy's older brother.
  • Stephanie Beatriz as Enrique, Cole's friend who shares his interest in the fantasy novel series The Squirrel Quarrels.
  • Danny Burstein as Dick Flake, a fishing enthusiast.
  • Ester Dean as Hazel, Molly's friend and lab partner.
  • John Early as Augustus, Shampagne's dog therapist.
  • Ron Funches as Danny, a boy who challenged Molly to chess.
  • Christopher Jackson as Glorious Gary, a local skater in Central Park.
  • Jessica Lowe as Anya, the wife of Zack and daughter of Dmitiry.
  • Audra McDonald as Ashley, a likability consultant.
  • Andrew Rannells as Griffin, another busker and the replacement narrator for the episode "Rival Busker" after Birdie previously gave away a spoiler to Paige.
  • Robin Thede as Anita, an auditor that Bitsy hires to sabotage the park.
  • Kelvin Yu as Sheng, another park ranger.

Episodes

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date [4]Prod.
code
1"Episode One"Gavin DellLoren Bouchard & Nora Smith & Regina HicksMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)1LBV01
Birdie, a busker, introduces the audience to Central Park ("Central in My Heart") as well as the Tillerman-Hunter family who live in Edendale Castle: Owen, the manager of the park, his wife Paige, a journalist, and their kids Molly and Cole. He introduces Bitsy Brandenham ("Heiress to a Fortune"), who owns Brandenham Hotel, which sits opposite the park. Her dog, Shampagne, has disappeared there due to the intentional mishandling by her assistant Helen. Everyone voices their wants: Owen wants to have some respect for himself and the park, Paige wants to get a big story, Molly wants a boy named Brendan to notice her, Cole, who has Shampagne, wants to care for him and Helen wants to own the Brandenham fortune ("Own It"). Bitsy offers a reward for the return of her dog, causing everyone to swarm the park and destroy Owen's prized turtleheads. Owen discovers Cole's crime, and he tries to get his dad to listen to him ("Poops I'll Pick Up"). They ultimately return the dog to an ungrateful Bitsy, saddening Cole incredibly ("Shampagne Was My Best Friend"). Paige reveals that she wrote an article on the Turtleheads' destruction, which mildly pleases Owen. Bitsy reveals her plan to buy up Central Park ("Central to My Plot").
2"Skater's Circle"Corey BarnesHalsted SullivanMay 29, 2020 (2020-05-29)1LBV02
Owen tries to get things right with the Central Park League, who is in charge of funding the park. He has to resolve an issue regarding the Skater's Circle, which has been left abandoned after he banned skating due to their constant littering. Birdie tries to have him resolve his conflict with skater Glorious Gary whom he does not respect. Wanting to feel heroic and inspired by the comics she draws, Molly decides to help Cole see Shampagne again ("Weirdos Make Great Superheroes"). Meanwhile, Bitsy tries to get several investors to agree with her plan to buy the park, which hides her unbridled rage at the world and those who looked down on her ("Make 'Em Pay"). Molly and Cole fail to rescue Shampagne but learn that he does remember Cole, much to their joy ("Weirdos Make Great Superheroes Reprise"). Paige has to report on a town meeting and discovers that the Central Park League is having a debate that could impact the park's funding. Bitsy decides to use this opportunity to enact her plan on eliminating Central Park for good. Paige tries calling Owen, but he is learning to skate with Gary and begins seeing the skaters' value while Birdie foreshadows his eventual discovery ("Do It While You Can").
3"Hat Luncheon"Ian HamiltonChuck TathamJune 5, 2020 (2020-06-05)1LBV03
Birdie updates the audience ("Birdie Busking") and reveals that the upcoming Hat Luncheon between all the important people in Central Park is coming soon. Owen must give a speech while presenting the golden rake to a long time employee. Paige wants to know why the single Park League member, Leo Shallenhammer, voted against the park's funding and heads to the spa to interview him while bringing the kids along ("Momma's Got This"). She learns that Mayor Whitney Whitebottom influenced Leo's vote but does not know why and she resolves to ask him herself ("Momma's Got This Reprise"). Bitsy prepares for the luncheon and has the politicians and socialites turn on each other while Owen nervously tries to prepare for his speech ("Don't Think About the Failures"). Cole helps Molly talk to Brendan, who excitedly agrees to procure ice cream from the luncheon. The city officials and socialites get into a food fight ("The Park is Mine") while Brendan reveals that Bitsy is his great-aunt, and Paige receives an answer from the mayor who says that "we can do better" and escapes. Afterward, Molly kisses Brendan but gives him an allergic reaction as she had peanut ice cream. Owen's speech ends up being a success, mostly because everyone was tired of fighting.
4"Garbage Ballet"Gavin DellMonica PadrickJune 12, 2020 (2020-06-12)1LBV04
Birdie explains how Central Park's garbage collecting works ("Garbage Ballet"). However, due to Bitsy's interference, the Mayor has the collectors announce that they are at full capacity, filling up the park with trash. At home, Paige has suddenly become sick and begins to hallucinate rats everywhere. Worried that she will kill them, Cole feigns sickness, though later actually becomes ill, and tries to prevent any rat deaths ("Rats"). They eventually discover a family of rats in the basement and flee, though it is implied to be a hallucination. At school, the story of Molly's disastrous kiss with Brendan spreads, though her identity is safe, and her Fista-Puffs comics begin to reflect this ("I'm the Worst"). Her friend, Hazel, deduces her problem through her comics and tells her to forget about Brendan. She realizes that she has his phone, and they erase her numerous texts from it. Owen suddenly gets the idea to create a "trash train" and bring all the garbage to the collectors, where he discovers the deception. They eventually find a loophole with the help of a sympathetic trash manager Esposito ("Manager to Manager"). Bitsy challenges her employees to room 723 in her hotel, which is haunted. As she enters to disprove this to the maids, she supposedly senses her father.
5"Dog Spray Afternoon"Joel MoserAnnie Levine & Jonathan EmersonJune 19, 2020 (2020-06-19)1LBV05
Bitsy hires a tagger named Shart to deface Central Park. As Birdie tells the audience this, he explains how, as the narrator, he cannot inform the players of vital information ("Spoiler Alert"). Owen becomes unnerved at the graffiti, and Molly offers to come along with him in trying to out the perpetrator. Meanwhile, Bitsy has Helen take Shampagne out for a walk when they run into Cole. Helen allows him to walk Shampagne, angered by the attention that he gets from Bitsy ("If There's a Will"). Paige learns that someone is illegally buying up buildings for cheap but cannot figure out who. Birdie blurts out that Bitsy is behind the purchases, claiming that he overheard it from people in the park. Owen, Molly, and the park employees root out that Shart is trying to spell his name in the park ("Method to This Madness"). Thinking that Bitsy is signing her fortune to Shampagne instead of her, Helen tries to kill him ("If There's a Will Reprise") but is overcome with guilt and ironically saves the dog and Cole from traffic. Owen, Molly, Cole, and Paige work together and catch Shart in the act, angering Bitsy. Birdie grows concerned about spoiling information to Paige, which seems to be confirmed when a new narrator named Griffin introduces himself.
6"Rival Busker"Corey BarnesSanjay ShahJune 26, 2020 (2020-06-26)1LBV06
Griffin immediately takes over Birdie's job. He explains how as narrators, they are not allowed to take part in the story, and thus, Birdie lost his narration privileges when he gave vital information to Paige ("First Class Hands"). The park has installed an owl cam for a nest that will go live at night. While Owen and Cole are excited, Paige wants to continue reporting on Bitsy and decides to book a stay at her hotel with Molly coming along. Owen and Cole immediately become concerned for the baby owls and rush out to help them, only to get stuck in the tree. Bitsy discovers that Dmitry, one of her investors, needs to hold a wedding for his daughter Anya and demands a spot at the hotel. As everything is prepared, Anya suddenly disappears. Griffin once again warns Birdie of the dangers of getting close ("Too Close"). Molly discovers Anya, and soon Paige learns of the wedding. Anya does not want to marry her fiance because of her father's mob connections, but Molly and Paige convince her to go through with it anyway, with Anya confirming that Dmitry is in league with Bitsy ("Show Up"). Birdie ignores Griffin and rushes out to rescue Owen and Cole, declaring that narrators should also be guardian angels. To Griffin's shock, this works, and Birdie is reinstated as narrator.
7"Squirrel, Interrupted"Mario D'AnnaJeff DrakeJuly 3, 2020 (2020-07-03)1LBV07
Cole celebrates that tomorrow will be the "Sqavenger" Hunt in Central Park based on his favorite book series The Squirrel Quarrels by Kelleth Vanbeaceler ("Nuts Nuts Nuts"). Owen agrees to take Cole to the event while Paige spends some mother-daughter time with Molly over chess. To her surprise, Molly turns out to be good at it and decides to take her to play against the pros. Owen and Cole go on the scavenger hunt and Cole's friend Enrique, but Owen begins to have trouble understanding the complexities of the book series. Meanwhile, Bitsy attends her family reunion, where she openly despises them, especially her brother ("Big Deal"). She tells them her plan to buy Central Park with Brendan, her nephew, being the only one showing real concern over it. Paige voices her excitement at having Molly be a chess player while Owen feels terrible for messing up his relationship with his son ("Can We Do Today Again?"). Molly ends up losing to a professional player, which causes Paige to worry that Molly will not like chess anymore ("Can We Do Today Again? (Reprise)"). However, Molly is okay with losing, which relieves Paige. Owen decides to double down his efforts and helps Cole and Enrique win the scavenger hunt, and eventually having dinner with the author.
8"Hot Oven"Corey BarnesRachel HastingsJuly 10, 2020 (2020-07-10)1LBV08
Molly and Brendan have resumed their relationship and privately voice their love for one another as they text each other ("I'm in a Perfect Relationship"). Still, when Cole suggests they invite him over for dinner, she is reluctant, especially since Paige cannot stop asking questions and Owen's pizzas notoriously fail. Meanwhile, Shampagne pees on Bitsy's bed, and she calls dog expert Augustus to help out. He informs Helen that if Shampagne begins biting, he is a TOSGANO (this one sucks get a new one), and Helen hatches a scheme to get Shampagne removed ("TOSGANO"), only for it to once again fail. Bitsy puts a letter out about how Central Park is a dump, offending Owen and Paige. As Molly brings Brendan over, she discovers that he is a Brandenham and struggles to keep this a secret from her parents. Owen rushes out with Birdie to perfect the pizza, and despite dropping it on the floor when he gets home, everyone discovers that it tastes good. Paige gets Brendan to reveal his namesake, and he, in turn, reveals Bitsy's plan to buy the park. Despite this, Owen and Paige are unfazed by Molly's relationship with Brendan and are glad about how things turned out ("Imperfectly Perfect"). Molly and Brendan make multiple attempts to kiss, with each shot ending poorly.
9"Live It Up Tonight"Mario D'AnnaSyreeta SingletonJuly 17, 2020 (2020-07-17)1LBV09
As Bitsy prepares for her award ceremony ("Live It Up Tonight"), she has Mayor Whitebottom hire Anita, an auditor, to dig up some dirt on the park so that she can get Owen fired from his job. Cole and Molly want to attend a pop-culture tour for Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Owen and Paige decide to let the two go on their own, despite Cole's fear of the dark, while they choose to have a date night. While Cole and Molly join the tour ("Zoom's Home Alone 2 Deleted Scenes Tour"), Owen and Paige cease their date night when Anita notices a misplaced receipt, forcing them to rush to the store to find it. Cole gets scared from the tour by bats ("Rated Hard PG, for Spookiness"), just as it begins to rain, making the Tillerman-Hunters frustrated ("I Did Not Account for This"). Eventually, Owen and Paige get the receipt and return it in time while Molly retrieves Cole, and they head home.

Meanwhile, Bitsy and Helen accidentally end up trapped in a prohibition tunnel and find themselves locked in a wine cellar, which they believe is from a rival hotel, and destroy the stock. They make it to the award ceremony with Bitsy, upset that Owen was not fired and that the stock was theirs. Owen and Paige enjoy cleaning the bathroom together ("Live It Up Tonight (End Credits)").

Note: This episode is dedicated to the memory of Nick Cordero, a Broadway actor who passed away due to COVID-19 complications.
10"A Fish Called Snakehead"Corey BarnesMark Alton BrownJuly 24, 2020 (2020-07-24)1LBV11
Owen is informed about a snakehead possibly living in the Harlem Meer which horrifies him as it could damage the ecosystem ("Hell-Fish"). The rest of the family decide to join him to get some firsthand experience. Meanwhile, Bitsy learns that she is unlikeable, and the mayor hires a likability professional named Ashley, who plans to change her image for the better ("New York Doesn't Like Your Face"). Soon, the snakehead's story becomes a media sensation, and Bitsy decides to take advantage of it by hiring a fishing expert named Dick Flake ("Dick Flake"). Bitsy's likability rises, but only if Dick catches the fish and gets paid. He manages to do so as Bitsy tries to damage Central Park's image once again. However, Paige notices that the fish already seemed dead and deduces that Dick just bought one from a butcher's store. Owen feels like giving up, but his family encourages him to fight for the park. They head out together at night, and Owen successfully catches the snakehead. Paige breaks the story as it outs Dick as a fraud and humiliates Bitsy once again. Bitsy vows to continue her campaign against the park while the Tillerman-Hunter family rest easy, knowing that they can pull together to protect the park from people like Bitsy ("Die Trying").

Production

Development

Central Park was developed by 20th Television and was initially eyed for the Fox Broadcasting Company, which had been looking to create more animated series. The Walt Disney Company subsequently announced its intention to acquire 21st Century Fox, the parent of 20th Century Fox Television, excluding the Fox broadcasting network.

After the Fox network decided to pass on Central Park, 20th Century Fox Television, which was about to change ownership, began shopping the project, sparking a heated bidding war among Apple, Netflix, and Hulu.[5]

On March 12, 2018, Apple announced it had given the production a two-season straight-to-series order consisting of twenty-six episodes in total. The series was created by Loren Bouchard, Nora Smith, and Josh Gad. Executive producers for the series include Bouchard and Gad with Kevin Larsen serving as producer. Production companies involved with the production include Bento Box Entertainment and Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and 20th Century Fox Television distributes and owns the show.[6][5][7][8][9]

On July 27, 2018, it was announced that Regina Hicks was joining the series as an executive producer and co-showrunner alongside Bouchard and Gad.[6] Still, credits show her only being listed as a consultant. Former King of the Hill writer Sanjay Shah and former The Office writer Halsted Sullivan serve as the series' showrunners.[10]

Casting

Alongside the initial series announcement, it was reported that Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Tituss Burgess, Kristen Bell, Stanley Tucci, Daveed Diggs, and Kathryn Hahn had been cast as series regulars.[5][11][12][13] On July 24, 2020, Emmy Raver-Lampman was cast as Molly Tillerman, the mixed-race protagonist originally portrayed by Bell.[3]

Recasting of Molly

In June 2020, Bell, who is white, announced that she would no longer provide the voice of Molly, who is biracial, in the second season of Central Park. Molly's role would be recast with a person of color, and Bell would instead voice a new role.[14] Loren Bouchard had defended this casting at a January 2020 TCA panel, stating that Bell "needed to be Molly, she was always going to honor that character. We couldn’t make Molly white or Kristen mixed race, so we had to go forward."[15] Bouchard apologized for that statement in June 2020.[16] The following month, Raver-Lampman was recast to voice the role of Molly.[3]

Music

Each episode includes about four original musical numbers sung by the cast. In total, the first season alone includes 46 original songs. Gad joked he had to "beg, plead and barter to get four songs an episode."[17] The songs in the first two episodes were written by several songwriters, including Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson (the songwriters for Olaf's Frozen Adventure), Bouchard, Smith, Davis, Sara Bareilles, and Brent Knopf. Songs in future episodes were written by such artists as Fiona Apple, Meghan Trainor, Cyndi Lauper, Alan Menken and Glenn Slater, Darren Criss, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Aimee Mann. The songs from the first two episodes were made available by Hollywood Records on streaming services the day the show premiered.[18]

Track listing

Song-tral Park (Episodes 1-2)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Central in My Heart"Kate Anderson & Elyssa Samsel2:37
2."Heiress to a Fortune"Anderson & Samsel0:20
3."Own It"Anderson & Samsel3:46
4."Poops I'll Pick Up"Loren Bouchard, Steven Davis & Nora Smith2:08
5."Shampagne Was My Best Friend"Anderson & Samsel (lyrics), Smith (music)0:57
6."Central to My Plot"Anderson & Samsel1:01
7."Weirdos Make Great Superheroes"Sara Bareilles2:34
8."Make 'Em Pay"Brent Knopf1:51
9."Weirdos Make Great Superheroes Reprise"Bareilles & Knopf1:02
10."Do It While We Can"Knopf2:51
Song-tral Park (Episode 3)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Momma's Got This"Anderson & Samsel1:37
2."Momma's Got This Reprise"Anderson & Samsel0:35
3."Don't Think About the Failures"Anderson & Samsel1:02
4."Birdie Busking"Bouchard, Josh Gad, Samsel & Smith1:35
5."The Park Is Mine"Utkarsh Ambudkar & Rafael Casal1:52
Song-tral Park (Episode 4)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Garbage Ballet"Cyndi Lauper & William Wittman1:19
2."Rats"Lauper & Teddy Sinclair1:50
3."I'm the Worst"Knopf0:50
4."Manager to Manager"Davis, Knopf & Kelvin Yu1:59
5."Rats Calypso Reprise (Rats - End Credits)"Lauper & Sinclair1:08
Song-tral Park (Episode 5)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Spoiler Alert"Alan Menken & Glenn Slater1:38
2."If There's a Will"Anderson & Samsel2:12
3."Method to This Madness"Anderson & Samsel1:38
4."If There's a Will Reprise"Anderson & Samsel1:12
5."If There's a Will (End Credits)"Anderson & Samsel0:45
Song-tral Park (Episode 6)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."First Class Hands"Darren Criss3:09
2."Too Close"Anderson & Samsel2:32
3."Show Up"Anderson & Samsel2:01
4."What Could Go Wrong?"Knopf1:16
Song-tral Park (Episode 7)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Nuts Nuts Nuts"Jeff Drake & Knopf2:18
2."Big Deal"Aimee Mann2:00
3."Can We Do Today Again?"Drake & Knopf2:21
4."Can We Do Today Again? Reprise"Knopf0:32
Song-tral Park (Episode 8)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."I'm in a Perfect Relationship"Meghan Trainor2:17
2."TOSGANO"Knopf1:46
3."Imperfectly Perfect"Anderson & Samsel2:29
4."I'm in a Perfect Relationship (End Credits)"Trainor1:05
Song-tral Park (Episode 9)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Live It Up Tonight"Anthony Hamilton & Charles Holloman Jr.0:40
2."Zoom's Home Alone 2 Deleted Scenes Tour"Knopf1:27
3."Rated Hard PG, for Spookiness"Knopf1:12
4."I Did Not Account for This"Anderson & Samsel1:49
5."Live It Up Tonight (End Credits)"Hamilton & Holloman1:14
Song-tral Park (Episode 10)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Hell-Fish"Knopf1:51
2."New York Doesn't Like Your Face"Fiona Apple & David Lucky2:28
3."Dick Flake"Anderson & Samsel1:11
4."Die Trying"Anderson & Samsel3:20

Reception

Central Park has received critical acclaim from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 94% based on 47 reviews, with an average rating of 7.45/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "With warmth, wit, and a pitch perfect ensemble, Central Park is a joyously hilarious musical love letter to the Big Apple."[19] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 81 out of 100 based on 13 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[20]

Accolades

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2020 AAFCA TV Honors Best Animated Central Park Won [21]
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance Leslie Odom Jr. as Owen Tillerman (for "Episode One") Nominated [22]
2021 Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Animation Julie Ashton Pending [23]
Critics’ Choice Super Awards Best Animated Series Central Park Nominated [24]
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Animated Series Central Park Pending [25]

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