Centered on the unique bond between a street kid without a family and a whale, the “Free Willy” films are feel-good tearjerkers that became instant classics and that can be enjoyed by the entire family.
A troubled young boy forms a touching friendship with an Orca whale who is the star attraction at his local adventure park.
It's been two years since Jesse saved and freed his Killer whale friend, Willy. Jesse, now a teenager, has since been adopted by his foster parents, Glen and Annie Greenwood. Jesse and his adoptive parents are preparing to go on a family camping trip to the Pacific Northwest. Glen has been trying to teach Jesse to drive their motorboat, but Jesse is more interested in girls. Before they leave town, however, Dwight, Jesse's former social worker, shows up to inform them that they have found Jesse's biological mother, who abandoned him 8 years ago. Jesse's mother has died and left behind another son, Jesse's half-brother named Elvis (Francis Capra). Elvis is morose, overly talkative, and mischievous, and he is also prone to telling lies and easily gets on Jesse's nerves. He is invited on their trip to San Juan Island so that he and Jesse might get to know each other.
16-year-old Jesse and old friend Randolph try to foil an illegal whaler threatening Willy and his pregnant mate.
Australian teenager Kirra is sent to stay with her grandfather, Gus, in his run-down amusement park in Cape Town, South Africa after her father was hospitalized for six weeks. Upon arrival, Kirra is met at the airport by Mansa, one of her grandpa's employees. Kirra is initially unhappy about leaving her father, but she eventually makes friends with a boy named Sifiso.
Based on the blockbuster movie, this animated series continues the high-spirited adventures of Willy the whale and his special friendship with Jesse, the brave young boy who set him free, as Willy and Jesse work together to save the ocean from deadly environmental threats.