Cayleigh Leduc, a normal girl who spends Christmas with her grandmother and younger brother, received a nutcracker from her aunt that once belong to her deceased mother. She fell into with her nutcracker. That night as she goes down to the parlor when she heard the sound of mice running around in the darkness. When midnight struck the room is fill with magic as the war of mice and toys rage on. Can Cayleigh and her Nutcracker stop the Mouse King or will she become the bride of the Mouse King.
Pitch First season is a work of fiction meant to entertain. Written for a teenage audience and older, the story follows a boy in a world where magic is so common spellbooks are sold like cookbooks. After a dreadful mistake turned the titular character into the town's laughing stock, Pitch is set on a path with an approaching fork in the road. Will he continue to sulk over his mistakes and search for a way to undo them, or will he learn to embrace his new life. He'll have his friends and family with him along the way to help make his decision, but in the end, only Pitch can decide where his journey leads. The story explores many themes, such as family dynamics, and even wealth and equality. Depression and codependency are struggles to be overcome. Sexuality is something to be explored. It can be hard learning who we are when we're faced with daily struggles we can't escape. These are all things Pitch delves into, but never at the cost of realism and character. Crass humor is abundant in this tale. With fleshed out characters wilder than a zoo, there's no telling what will happen. Each chapter is its own episode in the long narrative of Pitch's ongoing story. You can focus on the overarching story or take each entry and find they hold their individual subplots. Romance, drama, action, and comedy are everywhere in this world but make no mistake; everyone in the life of Pitch has gravity grounding them to something familiar and real. Enter the town of Daybreak and lose yourself.