Triple bill of children's animated adventures. In 'Alpha and Omega' (2010), Kate (voiced by Hayden Panettiere) and Humphrey (Justin Long) are two young wolves from a National Park in Canada who find themselves shipped halfway across the country by the park's rangers. While Humphrey is a streetwise, fun-loving Omega wolf, Kate is a sleek and sophisticated Alpha wolf and considers herself Humphrey's superior. Thrown together in a foreign land and faced with a journey of over a thousand miles, the two must overcome their differences and learn to look out for each other. In the first sequel 'Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure' (2013), while Kate and Humphrey and their three young wolf pups Stinky (Kate Higgins), Claudette (Lindsay Torrance) and Runt (Liza West) are getting ready for the approaching winter, Runt mysteriously disappears without trace. With the snow about to fall the pack must set out on an adventure to find him and bring him home before it's too late. The second sequel, 'Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games' (2014) follows the alpha wolves as they are due to compete in the upcoming Great Wolf Games but are put out of action following an accident. When Stinky, Claudette and Runt (now voiced by Dee Dee Greene) decide to form their own team with their forest friends, coached by Humphrey (Ben Diskin), the young animals set out to be the best the games have ever seen. Do they have what it takes?