Every couple of minutes, CITY OF GHOSTS, on Netflix, does something so weird and humane and funny that you lose track of your expectation for what it should be or can do. It's the best kids show, and probably one of the best shows for anybody, I've seen all year. pic.twitter.com/y1uZGtaa2p— Phillip Maciak (@pjmaciak) March 12, 2021
You'll probably crumble into dust watching it, tho:
Go ahead and jump (jump) if you're loving CITY OF GHOSTS pic.twitter.com/vKpGWAVKnQ— Netflix Family (@netflixfamily) March 11, 2021
Here's an article about the chef the first episode's main character is modeled on.
Here's how a real location is turned into a scene in the show:
Have a look at the fun, collaborative, and ultra unique process we used to make just ONE SHOT in City of Ghosts! Featuring boards by @kikutowne , photos by @_kwasi_b , painting by Corwin Herse Woo, 3D animation by @TeamTOstudio , and compositing by John Taylor & Stephane Coedel! pic.twitter.com/5FO82ksdhC— Chromosphere (@chromosphereLA) March 12, 2021
And here's an interview with showrunner Elizabeth Ito in which she explains how she came up with locations and interviewees for each episode (it was hard to find a skater to participate):