Dreams of interstellar travel are not as far-fetched as they once seemed, and for a little boy named Elliott, it unexpectedly becomes a reality! Having grown up moving from place to place on Earth, he finally finds himself at home in space, on a floating city called the Centrium populated by strange aliens from every corner of the universe. Friendly, enthusiastic and always willing to try something new, Elliott often rushes into things without fully thinking them through. This means he frequently ends up in very strange situations like trying to care for a tentacled creature that won\u2019t stop growing! See what ensues when Elliott and his mum Frankie find themselves on an unexpected journey across the universe. Along the way, Elliott meets Mo, a dinosaur who soon becomes his best friend and joins them in their new home in the Centrium, an exciting place filled with amazing aliens and wonderful cosmic creatures that coexist in harmony. Despite being newcomers and Earthlings, they find no shortage of kindness and assistance as they try to make a new life for themselves, making friends like Nara, Preston, Lord Kallous and many more! Elliott is a true star who takes all the newness in stride, thanks to an early childhood spent moving from one place to another. The best part is, he\u2019s never felt truly at home, until he finds himself in space! Frankie is a logical person who believes in the scientific approach. However, even when things are difficult to explain, she shows no hesitation in her love and care for Elliott. In fact, she\u2019s willing to travel with him to the ends of the Earth, and beyond! Their new home is unlike anything she\u2019s ever seen before as a geologist. The fact that no one believes her theory that the rock is of alien origin, just strengthens her resolve to search for more evidence all over the country, in the hope of finding answers. Mo is a stegosaurus, and he has been living in space with no memory of how he got there! All he knows is that he\u2019s been in the Centrium\u2019s biosphere 11-38 for as long as he can remember. Thankfully, becoming Elliott\u2019s best friend means he has finally found a family of his own. Another interesting character is Lord Kallous the Merciless, or \u201cMr. K\u201d to his students. He has put his past as an intergalactic tyrant behind him. After the destruction of his home world (it was only partially his fault), his new life on the Centrium means he often finds himself struggling with an enemy far greater than anything he has faced before: school kids and middle management! Watch how Elliott and Frankie, with Mo\u2019s help, learn about life in space while they try to discover why they were brought there in the first place starting Saturday, 24 April at 10.30am on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615HD). New episodes premiere every weekend at the same time. Cartoon Network\u2019s brand-new original series, Elliott From Earth, comes from the team behind its global hit The Amazing World of Gumball \u2013 which is available to stream on HBO GO. The out of the world series has gotten rave reviews so far on IMDb: I recently watched the new Cartoon Network series, Elliott from Earth and I was pretty impressed by the premise of this show. Another review read: This show just has so much potential. And the writers seem to be doing their best so far. It kinda reminds me of Gravity Falls and the mysteries here are so well handled. Keep up! And yet another: I love this show already! It almost feels as if Cartoon Network tapped right into my head and turned 90% of my personal fantasies into an animated show. About Cartoon Network Asia Pacific Cartoon Network, the leading kids\u2019 channel in Asia Pacific, offers the best in original animated content including the multi-award-winning global hits Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Tom and Jerry and We Bare Bears; and Asia Pacific originals including Monster Beach and the International Emmy-nominated Lamput. The brand is known for putting its fans at the centre of everything by applying creative thinking, fun and innovation across multiple platforms. Cartoon Network also reaches millions more through its websites, apps, games and streaming services including HBO GO. In Asia Pacific, Cartoon Network, a companion brand to Boomerang and POGO, is distributed by WarnerMedia International.