Animated Series has ruled the rosters for a long time. With episodic television shows comprising of a better sense of humor and shorter episodes, they have been the darling of the public eye. Positive reviews and critical acclaim have flown in from all corners of the reviewer’s circle. Shows like Bojack Horseman and Rick and Morty along with The Simpsons have been a true revelation in the world of animation. In its suit follows Central Park, an Apple TV+ exclusive.
This unique show is set in the premise surrounding the activities of a small park in the town. The town inhabits some of the meekest, feeble yet opinionated creatures in humanity. The entire story is told from the perspective of Birdie, who never breaks the fourth wall. In the previous episode, we see how Bitsy plots a plan to destroy the park by employing Shart and asking him to paint graffiti on the beautiful walls of the Park. We also get to know that Bitsy is behind much bigger consequences, which involves a huge load of corrupted money. Owen and Molly are bitterly disappointed in Bitsy and are hell-bent on teaching her a lesson.
They are finally able to catch Shart, who hatches up all of Bitsy’s plans, thus bringing her downfall in the process. At that very moment, we see Birdie breaking his promise by breaching the fourth wall. At the beginning of the series it was said that if Birdie did break the fourth wall, he would not be a part of the show from then on. Thus we find a new narrator as a replacement for Birdie in the form of Griffin.
Episode 6 of Central Park is releasing on June 26, 2020, on Apple TV +. The first season will be complete with the announcement of the 10th episode for the show. That would bring the first season of the show to a close. The 10th episode is supposed to release on July 24, 2020.
We can see the sixth episode of Central Park only on Apple TV+. It will not be available on Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hulu. Thus since it’s a flagship show by the Apple TV, you can only watch it if you subscribed to it. Luckily the platform offers a seven day free trial, upon the completion of which you will have to pay $4.99 for subscribing.
Pixelated graphics would not deter your entertainment one bit. Sure to make your funny bones tingle, it will be a memorable watch.