Unstoppable, is based on the real-life stories of kids growing up in the foster care and child welfare system. The show was born in the streets of the South Bronx, revealing stories from kids who know all too well the perils of bouncing between foster care homes, looming deportation, living in homeless shelters, and gun violence. The resilient stars of Unstoppable wear their scars as badges of honor and strength.
Immigration, gun violence, school bullying, and life in foster care are just some of the crippling realities many children face daily. Although the show sheds a light on these timely stories, it also expresses the humor, curiosity, and laugh out loud moments of life seen through the eyes of resilient kids. Coupled with hard-hitting pop songs and an ethnically diverse group of children, Unstoppable is the new generation of American kids.