Silvergate Media’s Hilda movie special to air in December

Published on: 24th November 2021

Silvergate Media’s 80-minute animated Special ‘Hilda and the Mountain King’ will debut exclusively on Netflix from December 30th.

Adapted from Luke Pearson’s sixth graphic novel in the Hilda series, Hilda and the Mountain King picks up where Season 2 left off. The cliff-hanger saw Hilda stranded in troll country with the body of a troll. Now, her quest to change back into her human form and reunite with her mum and friends brings her deeper into the world of trolls: their customs, their cuisine and their legends; namely the infamous Mountain King.

The narrative sees tensions rise between the gathering trolls and the city of Trolberg, as Hilda’s mum scours the mountainside desperate to find her daughter before the conflict erupts into a full blown war.

Silvergate Media is readying the upcoming release of Hilda and the Mountain King, which will launch exclusively on Netflix’ global streaming platform from December 30th.

“We’re really excited to bring audiences a new feature length format with the release of Hilda and the Mountain King,” said Ron Allen, EVP Commercial at Silvergate Media. “The epic scope of the storyline gives us the opportunity to explore the full potential of Hilda’s fascinating mythical world and we think fans are going to love getting lost in the hidden depths of Trolberg this holiday season.”

Co-produced by Silvergate Media and Mercury Films, Hilda and the Mountain King is a triumphant end to a year filled with numerous critical accolades. The show’s second season was awarded two Daytime Emmys including Outstanding Children’s Animated Series, plus three Annie Awards including Best Animated TV Production for Children.

The Hilda movie joins Silvergate Media’s other world-class children’s productions which include Octonauts, Peter Rabbit, Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt for Netflix and Sunny Day for Nickelodeon.


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