The new cartoon about Sunflower Farms, the iconic farm-to-table food company, features a young Sunflower Farmer getting lost in the mountains.
The cartoon, which was drawn by cartoonist Adam Carolla, follows a group of friends who decide to travel back in time and try to figure out what happened to their friend Sunflower.
The show, which is set to premiere on Thursday, will follow Sunflower as they try to reconnect with the farm and find a way back to their childhood home in Montana.
It will also include an original song by The Roots, as well as the voice of a character called The Farmer.
Sunflower Farms has been at the center of controversy recently after it emerged that the family was profiting from the sale of its shares, a deal which resulted in a tax bill for the company of more than $40 million.
The Sunflower Farm family has defended its sales of its stock, saying the company is an iconic brand in its home state of Montana.
Sunflowers, which opened in 1959, is known for producing its signature blend of fresh herbs and vegetables in the Pacific Northwest.
It has been sold in more than 30 states, including Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and Arizona.