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I Got a Rocket

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I Got a Rocket

I Got a Rocket is an Australian animated series centered on a boy named Vincent "Vinnie", who received an anthropomorphic rocket for his 13th birthday. The rocket acts as a best friend to Vinnie and is fond of assisting him. Although the series was short-lived (2006–2007), it received a 2008 Emmy Award for "New Approaches - Daytime Children's Entertainment".[1] I Got a Rocket was originally a book by Matt Zurbo, but was converted into an animated series. It features the voices of Thomas Bromhead as Rocket, Jamie Oxenbould as Vincent "Vinnie", Marcello Fabrizi as Vinnie's father, V. P. Stern, etc., Drew Forsythe as Ma Ducky (the mother of a trio of bullies known as The Duckies), Biffo and Scuds Ducky, Trilby Glover as Gabby and Maya and Rachel King as Crystal and Frankie Ducky (the youngest and only female of The Duckies). Characters Title character Rocket, a hyperactive and eccentric rocket invented for his best friend Vinnie's 13th birthday. Rocket is orange and blue (as in the book by Matt Zurbo), and f

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Jellabies

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Jellabies

The Jellabies (also known as Jellikins in some parts of Europe and in the USA and Jellies in the Arab world) is a television animation series that aired on the Australian television network ABC Kids. It was also shown in Germany, USA (Fox Family), The Netherlands (Kindernet), UK (GMTV) and many other territories. Its target audience is children in the age of 2–6 years old. It was one of the first fully CGI-animated series in the world. Format The program was created using computer-generated imagery (CGI) animation. The show was narrated by Rik Mayall. The Jellabies are jelly made people that live in the Jolly Jelly World, (made of jelly) which is the magical land at the end of the rainbow, where their main job is to make rainbows. (for which they have a machine called the Jellyscope, a computer/teleporter/rainbow generator which is constantly monitoring weather conditions around the world) Although each Jellabie has its own vehicle to drive around in, their main use of travelling long distances around Joll

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Kangaroo Creek Gang

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Kangaroo Creek Gang

Kangaroo Creek Gang was an Australian children's television cartoon series which first screened on the Nine Network in 2002. It was produced by Southern Star Group and was based on a set of reading books created from 1981 that follow the adventures of a group of Australian bush animals. History Kangaroo Creek Gang began as a series of books, extending to 40 titles with over one million copies sold around Australia.[1] A comic strip was developed for the children’s pages in News Limited’s Sunday newspapers in most states of Australia. The gang featured in a series of Multi Media Packages distributed to primary schools and were also involved with in-flight children’s activity packages for Australian Airlines and Ansett. In 1990-91 the Kangaroo Creek Gang starred in a TV commercial for the State Bank of South Australia now known as Bank SA. The jingle was "saving makes sense is what we say". One of the characters, Kenny Kidna, had his own 30 second 'Goodnight girls and boys' segment at 7.30pm every night in P

Television series by Endemol Australia

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Pearlie

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Pearlie

Pearlie is a 2009 Australian-Canadian animated comedy series based on the children's book series Pearlie the Park Fairy by Wendy Harmer.[1] Pearlie is a co-production between Australian children's television producer Sticky Pictures and Canadian animation house Nelvana. The series aired on Network Ten in Australia, YTV in Canada, Pop Girl in the United Kingdom, and airs reruns on Qubo in the United States. Australian media distributor Madman Entertainment released five DVDs of Pearlie in 2010. Synopsis Pearlie is a park fairy appointed by Fairy Headquarters to keep Jubilee Park in order. She is full of over-the-top plans for parties and events for the park and its residents, and as she puts it, "everything has to be perfect" for whatever it is she's planning. She is assisted by Jasper, an elf who prefers to not do any real work. There is also Opal, an outback fairy from Australia sent to learn the ropes of park management from Pearlie. Pearlie's cousin Saphira is jealous of Pearlie's popularity in the fair

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Master Raindrop

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Master Raindrop

Master Raindrop is a children's animated television program produced jointly by Australian, New Zealand and Singaporean companies that first screened on the Australian Seven Network in 2008. There are 26 episodes of 24 minutes duration.[1] Overview The series begins with personifications of two of the five elements, Raindrop (water) and Shao Yen (wood), training with their Master, Yun, in the ancient art of Chitaido. However the strongest leader in the Land of a Thousand Legends, General Bu, upsets the peaceful world by taking Yun to begin his attempt to capture the four elements after Flamo, the fire element, joins him voluntarily. General Bu does this to stop the elements joining together and defeating him. Master Raindrop and Shao Yen are soon joined by the other two elements: Jin Hou, the metal element (an anthropomorphic golden monkey), and Niwa, the earth element (a humanoid girl who appears to be made of clay). Together they attempt to rescue Master Yun and travel to the place where the golden dragon

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The New Adventures of Ocean Girl

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The New Adventures of Ocean Girl

The New Adventures of Ocean Girl is an Australian animated television series inspired by the 1994 series Ocean Girl. Plot synopsis On the planet of Oceana there were four life giving crystals guarded by the Sacred Whales, the keepers of wisdom. Thousands of years ago Galiel, the evil space wizard, stole one of the crystals and upset the balance of nature. Now Neri, Princess of Oceana, must search for the crystal and restore the balance of nature.[1] Cast Sigrid Thornton - Narrator Marnie Reece-Wilmore - Princess Neri Samuel Johnson - Prince Jobah Michael Carman - Captain Sharkana Marg Downey - Elgar Gary Files - Zardor Dennis Pryor - King Nemon Doug Tremlett - Neanda Stephen Whittaker - Moza Episodes The Return Possessed Hearing The Call A Common Bond The Quest Begins Neri Has The Power The Keeper Of The Crystal The Test Of Faith The Promise Is Kept The Crystal Is Returned The Crystal Or A Friend Secrets Of The Ancient Elgar And Moza For Dinner Fearless The Truth Is Kept Is

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Sally Bollywood: Super Detective

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Sally Bollywood: Super Detective

Sally Bollywood: Super Detective (known as simply Sally Bollywood) is a French–Australian[1] animated television show co-produced by the French company Tele Images Kids and by Australia's Three's a Company.[1] The series was originally broadcast on France 3 and on Seven Network in Australia.[1] Two series have been produced, each consisting of 52 13-minute episodes.[2][3] Many networks air episodes in pairs, to fill a half-hour time slot. Overview The series revolves around Sally, a young 12 year-old Indian girl who lives in the city of Cosmopolis, where people of different nationalities and ethnic groups make up the population. Her father, Harry Bollywood, is a private detective, which has inspired Sally to start her own investigative service, Sally Bollywood Investigations (SBI), located in the basement of their home. Sally and her best friend Doowee McAdam generally investigate cases brought to them by their schoolmates by travelling around their local neighbourhood, with Sally using her skills of dedu

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Plasmo

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Plasmo

Plasmo (stylised as PLASMO) is an Australian children's science fiction claymation TV series that consisted of a half-hour short film ("Happy Hatchday to Plasmo") made in 1989[1] followed by thirteen 5-minute episodes made in 1996 which aired on the ABC in 1997, and 24 other countries. The series was certified a G rating.[2] Plasmo Mega Studios, the show's production company, was founded in 1993 "with the express purpose of producing the stop motion animation series". The company closed down 11 years later in 2004.[3] Plasmo models were featured in the 1998 Canberra Design and Construction Exhibition Concepts, at the National Film and Sound Archive.[4] According to Anthony Lawrence, he "devised, wrote, directed, co-produced and co-animated" the series.[5] Lawrence has uploaded all 13 episodes in a playlist on his YouTube channel, as well as excerpts of his 20 minutes documentary in a separate playlist.[6] Development The character of Plasmo was originally developed by Anthony Lawrence in 1981 for a shor

1990s Australian animated television series

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Pixel Pinkie

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Pixel Pinkie

Pixel Pinkie is an Australian/Canadian/British animated television series produced and created by Blue Rocket Productions in association with the Nine Network and principally funded by The Film Finance Corporation Australia. It started airing on 29 August 2009.[1] Plot Pixel Pinkie is about two girls, Nina and Anni. On her birthday Nina gets a mobile cellphone with a digital genie named Pixel Pinkie in it which can make her wishes come true. But Nina and Anni have to keep it a secret. Each episode sees the girls wishing for something from Pixel Pinkie, and when they offend her when their wish goes wrong, the girls have to solve their problem alone.[2] Cast Jane Binning - Pixel Pinkie Anica Boulanger-Mashberg - Anni Magdalena Grubski - Nina Jemma Gates - Suzi Sara Cooper – Max Nick Storr - Coolest Luke (also worked as sound designer and audio engineer) Production There have been two series developed with 52 twelve-minute episodes. In Australia the twelve-minute episodes are joined together t

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Petals (TV series)

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Petals (TV series)

Petals was an Australian children's animated television programme produced and created by Mark Barnard and aired on the ABC. It ran from 1998 to 1999 consisting a total of two seasons and 55 episodes and was aimed at pre-school children aged 2–6. After it ended in 1999, the series was still continued to be repeated on the ABC and ABC1 until 23 January 2004. Plot The series revolves around five small petals who live in a large, overgrown garden. Bougie, Boronia, Poppy, Notsy and Imp greet each day in wide-eyed wonder as their explorations among the giant flowers and trees uncover surprises and delights.[1] However the Petals are just small little people that you can't see but you can imagine them. They're also not fairies and don't have magical powers, but they're very athletic and only Bougie and Poppy are able to fly. Here they discover many surprises, delights and adventures such as helping a baby bird, picking berries, helping Imp turn a dripping tap off, playing a game of hide and seek, making bubbles w

1990s Australian animated television series

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The Silver Brumby

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The Silver Brumby

The Silver Brumby is an Australian animated children's television series written by Jon Stephens, Judy Malmgren and Paul Williams based on Elyne Mitchell's Silver Brumby books. A total of 39 episodes were produced by Media World Features between 1994 and 1998[2] and was originally broadcast on Network Ten. Plot The series focuses on Thowra, a silver colt, his brothers Storm and Arrow and their friends the bush animals in their continued quest to resist the Men's efforts to capture them. The series is very loosely based on the books. Characters Horses Thowra (voiced by John Higginson (Season 1) and Brett Climo (Seasons 2 and 3)) - The "Silver Brumby", and Yarraman's youngest son. A calm, good hearted horse who values his friends. He is often chased by the Man. Storm (voiced by Doug Tremlett) - Older brother of Thowra. A loyal and kind horse who stands by Thowra's side in the event of trouble. Starting in Season 2, it is presumed that Storm left Thowra's gang to form his own herd, as he is only mentione

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SheZow

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SheZow

SheZow is an Australian-Canadian animated superhero comedy television series. It features the adventures of a boy who inadvertently inherits the role of a superheroine, which imposes an explicit feminine theme to his costumed appearance and equipment. It began airing on Network Ten in Australia on 15 December 2012. The series is aimed at children from 6 to 11 years old. Produced by Moody Street Kids and Kickstart Productions, it is distributed by DHX Media, and funded in part by Film Victoria. It was designed by Australian artist Kyla May. As of December 2013, 52 eleven-minute episodes have been made, which are broadcast in pairs to make one season of 26 half-hour episodes.[1] In a 2013 interview, Wade expressed interest in making a second season.[2] Synopsis The series' protagonist, a 14-year-old boy named Guy Hamdon,[3] discovers the superheroine SheZow's ring of power inherited from his late Aunt Agnes; then subsequently transforms into a female costumed crime-fighter by uttering the phrase "You Go G

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Sea Princesses

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Sea Princesses

Sea Princesses (known as Princesas do Mar in Brazil) is a series of children's books created by the Brazilian writer and cartoonist Fábio Yabu. The first book was released in 2004 by publisher Panda Books; due to its success, three other books were made. In 2007, it was adapted into an Australian-Spanish-Brazilian cartoon produced by the Spanish studio Neptuno Films and the Australian distributor Southern Star Entertainment. It was broadcast in 50 countries including France on Piwi+, Germany on KiKa, Spain on Disney Junior, Portugal on RTP2 ZigZag and United Kingdom on Disney Junior & Tiny Pop. Plot The stories are in the world of Salacia, a hidden kingdom under the sea, full of princes and princesses from different animal species. Fearing an inevitable conflict with the people of Terra Firma, the kings and queens of the sea forbid their daughters and sons to have any contact with the surface people who are completely unaware of the existence of Salacia. Three princesses, the show's protagonists, liv

Fictional mermen and mermaids

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Skinner Boys: Guardians of the Lost Secrets

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Skinner Boys: Guardians of the Lost Secrets

The Skinner Boys: Guardians of the Lost Secrets is an Australian children's animated television series. It first season of 26 episodes screened on GO! on 6 July 2014 as part of Kids' WB.[2] The second season screened in 2017.[3] Plot The Skinner brothers Charles, Henry and Edward, inherit the Skinner Mansion from their explorer grandfather Augustus Skinner. Along with their teenage cousin Tara, they become the guardians of a collection of unique artifacts he has collected from across the world which possess incredible powers. [4] Cast Paul Tylak as Charles Skinner Damian Clarke as Henry Skinner Derek Siow as Edward Skinner Emma Tate as Julia Skinner Lisa Moule as Tara Skinner Dan Russell as Wellington References "SLR's 'Skinner Boys' Gets Second Season". 10 September 2015. Retrieved 2 September 2017. http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/getmedia/21a3458f-274a-48b2-8f52-440ff3711d36/upcoming_productions_report_TV.pdf "Returning: The Skinner Boys". 1 May 2017. Retrieved 2 September 2017. "

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Staines Down Drains

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Staines Down Drains

Staines Down Drains is an Australia/New Zealand co-produced children's television series created by Jim Mora. The series was premiered on the Seven Network in October 2006[1] and broadcast in New Zealand on TV2 beginning on 28 February 2007.[2] A second series of 13 episodes was produced in 2010, each 11-minutes long.[3] Synopsis The series follows siblings Stanley and Mary-Jane Staines as they travel through a portal down their sink in the basement to Drainland. There they assist Vegety Bill a strong carrot looking figure, Blobert a purple blob, and Herk a furball, in defeating Dr. Drain. Stanley is germaphobic while Mary-Jane is brave. Their mother Betty is always getting a new job which usually causes the complication in the episodes. Their arch enemy Gretel is always trying to embarrass the Staines.[4] Production The series is distributed by Studio 100. It is animated by Flux Animation with assistance from Studio 100. The series is associated with Yoram Gross. As with many other titles from the compan

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Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown

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Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown

Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown is an animated children's series created by Yoram Gross, set in a fictionalised Australian town. It is based on the character Skippy from the 1968 live-action series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. [3] It differs from the other Skippy series as it is animated and features anthropomorphic characters. Skippy, for example, is an anthropomorphic kangaroo who wears a baseball cap.[4] Premise Skippy the Bush Kangaroo (voiced by Jamie Oxenbould) is a young park ranger (possibly early 20s) who resides in Bushtown. He always happens to get in the way of Mayor Croco, his greedy wife Sulka, his pack of goons and his frequent get-rich schemes which often endanger the town. [5] [6] Characters Skippy: A bush kangaroo and the protagonist. He works as the park ranger of Bushtown. He is a very thoughtful, caring, dutiful and well-educated sort doing what he can keep Bushtown in order and its people happy. Matilda Roo: A bush kangaroo who casts the news on television around Bushtown and the ho

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Teenage Fairytale Dropouts

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Teenage Fairytale Dropouts

Awesome Magical Tales (also known as Teenage Fairytale Dropouts in the first season) is an animated series created by Adolfo Martinez Vara and José C. Garcia de Letona.[2][3] Inspired by the characters from the 2003 Mexican animated film, Magos y Gigantes,[4] the series was created and produced by Ánima Estudios and co-produced with SLR Productions, Home Plate Entertainment, and Telegael. It made its debut on Seven Network in Australia on 31 December 2012. In Mexico, the show premiered on digital and streaming platforms, dubbed as Generación Fairytale.[5][6] The show later premiered in the United States on the Hub Network on 31 May 2014.[7][8][9] It subsequently was dropped and did not air its full run due to the October 2014 conversion of the network to Discovery Family. Ánima Estudios has launched an official YouTube channel for the Spanish-language version of the show on 7 May 2015,[10] with an English-language version being launched a week later on 14 May 2015.[11] The show has been recently acquired b

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Tabaluga (TV series)

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Tabaluga (TV series)

Statue of Tabaluga in Erfurt Tabaluga (1996-2004) is an animated television series produced by Flying Bark Productions (previously known as "Yoram Gross Films Studio" and "Yoram Gross-EM.TV"), based on the character of the same name created by Peter Maffay. In this series, Tabaluga is the last of the dragons and the crown-prince of Greenland, a magical place inhabited by talking animals of many different species. Tabaluga must defend his home from two rival kingdoms on either side of Greenland; a frigid arctic tundra, ruled by the evil snowman Arktos and a searing desert, ruled by an evil sand-spirit named Humsin. Plot The series focusses on Tabaluga, the last dragon living in Greenland, a land occupied by intelligent, talking animals. As a dragon he is tasked with defending Greenland against the evil snowman Arktos and the desert spirit Humsin. Characters Residents of Greenland Tabaluga: A small green dragon who is the main protagonist of the series. He is the prince (and later the king) of Greenland.

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Time Cracks

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Time Cracks

Time Cracks is a computer-made cartoon using 3D graphics for its three main characters. The three characters use a hot dog van as a time machine and travel to different moments in history, usually with simple information added to make it mildly educational and amusing scenes. The cartoon screened on ABC in Australia from 2004, and is five minutes long. The opening credits feature an introduction accompanied by a simple piece of music and animation. It was made in Tasmania by the government's authority. The characters are Emily the echidna, Milo the dog, and 58 the sheep. The echidna rolls into a ball during the end credits but appears to be more brave during the show. The sheep is often butt of jokes in the van and is often visually part of a gag. The plot always involves a planned destination and mission for a 'second rate time travel magazine', which always ends in a botched plan and a rather bad solution. This always happens due to a mistake when the van races forwards through city streets of low building

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Tracey McBean

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Tracey McBean

Tracey McBean is an Australian-British animated children's television series produced by Southern Star Entertainment. The series originally aired on ABC Kids in Australia and Discovery Kids in the United States. directed by Craig Handley and directed by Steve Cooper. Overview The main protagonist, Tracey, is a young nine-year-old girl who goes to school with her best friend Shamus. Together they use Tracey's inventions for all kinds of purposes, like school competitions or simply for fun. Tracey lives in a house and Shamus on the fifteenth floor of a tall apartment building. Shamus loves gardening organically and Tracey loves inventing devices and contraptions. Tracey uses a caravan in her backyard for inventing. The caravan, white with a horizontal thick red stripe, has an antenna, and a computer and many devices and parts within. Tracey's younger sister, Megan, often annoys Tracey to the extent that she will invent something to stop this annoyance. The antagonists are the McConnolly brothers, who go to Tr

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The Toothbrush Family

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The Toothbrush Family

The Toothbrush Family is a 1974 Australian children's animated television series featuring a group of anthropomorphic toiletry products. Originally conceived by Marcia Hatfield of Australia as her son refused to brush his teeth,[1] the Toothbrush Family expanded to include two international television shows, DVDs, CDs, videos, audio cassettes, publications, EP and LP record series. They are commonly remembered from the first series, where they came to life at night when the moon shone into the bathroom. The main characters in the family were father Tom, mother Tess, the kids Tina and Toby, and Gramps. Also featured were other bathroom objects: Flash Fluoride the toothpaste, Hot Rod Harry the electric toothbrush (portrayed as having wheels and a love of speed), Bert Brush, Cecily Comb, Nev Nailbrush, Susie Sponge, Shaggy Dog, Callie Conditioner and Sally Shampoo. The episodes were written by Marcia Hatfield, screenplays by Al Guest and Jean Mathieson, and they were produced by Rainbow Animation. The serie

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Yakkity Yak

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Yakkity Yak

Yakkity Yak is an Australian–Canadian animated television series produced by Studio B Productions. It was created by Mark Gravas and aired on Teletoon in Canada and on Nickelodeon in Australia from November 9, 2002 to December 12, 2003. The story centers around an anthropomorphic yak named Yakkity who aspires to become a famous comedian and his friends, Keo (an anthropomorphic pineapple) and Lemony (a young human girl). The copyright to the show is owned by WildBrain, which bought Studio B Productions in 2007.[1] Theme song A modified version of the 1958 soul song Yakety Yak by The Coasters (in which children sing some portions) is used as the series' theme song. Characters Yakkity Yak (Lee Tockar): A yak student (aged 12) in Onion Falls Junior High School and the school's mascot who wishes to be a comedian. Yakkity works as the school mascot since his grandfather also served as mascot when the football (rugger) team won the state championship in 1925. The football team, instead of the mascot, got all

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Wasp Man

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Wasp Man

Wasp Man is an animated series featured on SBS TV Australia. It follows the adventures of the title character, Wasp Man, though apart from the appearance of this character, very little is constant throughout the series. The series is known for its artistic style which is usually a parody of popular animations. The series has used a website for its marketing mocking Flash animations. References

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Vic the Viking

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Vic the Viking

Vic the Viking is a French-German-Austrian children's television series, aired on Network Ten on 6 July 2013 later on Eleven on 9 November 2013. It was based on the German-Austrian-Japanese 1974-1975 Anime series Vicky the Viking. The main characters are Vic, a young, frail and ingenious Viking boy; his father Halvar, the Captain of the Drakkar and chief elect of 'Flake' the home village, and the villagers, mainly the other plunder crewmen, including druid Urobe, the ever-quarreling companions Tjure and Snorre, the simple giant Flaxe, squeaky-voiced navigator Gorm and bard Ulme; also Vic's bossy mother Ylva, mischievous urchin-rival Gilby, who is jealous that Vic is allowed to sail with the men, and Vic's equally inquisitive little cousin, Ylvi. Halvar's sworn enemy is the rascally captain Sven and his crew of incompetent oafs, but most episodes have other antagonists. The series has been aired overseas, as in Flanders by Ketnet since autumn 2013 (dubbed in Dutch). In the UK it is aired on Pop. Series over

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Treasure (animated TV series)

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Treasure (animated TV series)

Treasure is an animated television series set in England shown on ABC Kids (Australia). It is about the life of a fourteen-year-old girl and her friends. The series was based on the popular newspaper column of the same name by Michele Hanson which became a book, Treasure: The Trials of a Teenage Terror (Virago Press, 2001, ISBN 1-85381-711-2), published under the pseudonym Gina Davidson.[1] Treasure chronicles the life of Michele Hanson's daughter, Amy Hanson.[2] Hanson died on March 2, 2018 at the age of 75.[3] The characters were designed by illustrator Christine Roche.[4] External links Interview with Michele Hanson about Treasure at the Wayback Machine (archived January 30, 2010) References "Michele Hanson". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 13 April 2019. "My columnist mother just couldn't keep mum about my teenage years!". Mail Online. Retrieved 13 April 2019. Perkins, Anne (5 March 2018). "Michele Hanson obituary". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 13 April 2019. Montreal business ne

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Zeke's Pad

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Zeke's Pad

Zeke's Pad is an animated TV show and is a Canada–Australia co-production between Bardel Entertainment, Flying Bark Productions, Star Farm Productions, and Leaping Lizard Productions in association with Seven Network and YTV. The show was produced with the participation of The Canadian Television Fund, The Province of British Columbia Film Incentive BC, The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, The Shaw Rocket Fund, The Independent Production Fund, Cogeco Program Development Fund, Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund, and British Columbia Film. It has aired on YTV in Canada on Saturdays at 7 PM. It is about the adventures of a 14-year-old skateboarder and artist named Zeke who owns a magic electronic pad that brings life to anything he draws on it. Synopsis Zeke Palmer is an imaginative artist and skateboarder who lives with a weird and wacky family. His Pad is an amazing electronic gadget that is a mobile phone, PDA, GPS, MP3 player and a drawing tablet all rolled into one. Zeke's pad has a unique gli

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Zigby

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Zigby

Zigby the zebra is an anthropomorphic children's fictional character created by Scottish-born English author Brian Paterson.[1] Zigby appears in a series of picture books and board books as well as in a 3D animated television series. The show currently airs on Treehouse TV, and was previously aired on Playhouse Disney and CBeebies. Zigby lives in a tree house in Mudwater Creek, on a lush tropical island. In a typical book or episode, the enthusiastic zebra "trots into trouble" through his slightly eccentric behaviour. He is followed by his friends McMeer the meerkat and Bertie Bird the anxious guinea fowl. The show was canceled due to low ratings Books The following picture books for ages approximately 2–5 years[2] were published by HarperCollins: Zigby Camps Out (2002) Zigby Hunts for Treasure (2002) Zigby and the Ant Invaders (2003) Zigby Dives In (2003) Zigby and the Monster (2005) Four board books (Go-Kart, The Picnic, The Birthday Party, Toy Box) appeared in 2004 with the same publisher. As of

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The Day My Butt Went Psycho!

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The Day My Butt Went Psycho!

The Day My Butt Went Psycho! is a Canadian–Australian animated television series based loosely upon the novel series of a similar name by Andy Griffiths. The show premiered on the Australian television channel Nine Network in September 2013 and on the Canadian television channels Teletoon and Télétoon on June 12, 2014 which received generally negative reviews for its lazy animation and frequent butt jokes using bad puns.[1] Plot The series, played out as a comedy as opposed to a story-based narrative as the novels were, features Zack Freeman, a junior butt fighter, his butt Deuce and Eleanor Sterne, the daughter of legendary butt fighter Silas Sterne. Cast Mac Heywood as Zackary "Zack" Henry Freeman Robert Tinkler as Deuce Bryn McAuley as Eleanor Sterne Kedar Brown as Silas Sterne Julie Lemieux as Gran Ted Dykstra as The Great White Butt Mark Edwards as The Prince Joe Pingue as Maurice Additional cast Juan Chioran Linda Kash Paul Soles Zachary Bennett Christian Potenza Dan Chameroy

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Bananas in Pyjamas

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Bananas in Pyjamas

Bananas in Pyjamas is an Australian children's television series that premiered on 20 July 1992 on ABC. It has since become syndicated in many different countries, and dubbed into other languages. In the United States, the "Pyjamas" in the title was modified to reflect the American spelling pajamas. This aired in syndication from 1995 to 1997 as a half-hour series, then became a 15-minute show paired with a short-lived 15-minute series The Crayon Box, under a 30-minute block produced by Sachs Family Entertainment titled Bananas in Pajamas & The Crayon Box. Additionally, the characters and a scene from the show were featured in the Kids for Character sequel titled Kids for Character: Choices Count. The pilot episode was Pink Mug. The concept was inspired by the success of the song Bananas in Pyjamas, written by Carey Blyton in 1967, on Play School.[1][2] This song, which had become a regular item on Play School, became the theme of the new series. The series was revamped in May 2011 as a CGI animated se

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The New Adventures of Figaro Pho

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The New Adventures of Figaro Pho

The New Adventures of Figaro Pho is an Australian children's animated television series. It is the 2015 sequel to the 2012 series The Adventures of Figaro Pho. Both are about Figaro Pho, a character with every known phobia. One unique attribute also shared among franchises of the series is that there is almost no dialogue at all. Instead the shows require strong animated physical-performance-based drama, music score and sound effects to carry the story. Figaro Pho has been the star of his own two-season television series as well as an anthology series of 26 90-second shorts and three touchscreen games. Broadcast The first series is available in over 100 countries on Hulu, Netflix, Cartoon Network Latin America, Pakapaka, BBC Canada and iTunes. In Canada it airs on both Family Channel[1] and CHRGD.[2] Creation Figaro Pho is the brainchild of creator and animation director Luke Jurevicius. The TV series and the games are produced by Australian production company Chocolate Liberation Front.[3] Creator Luk

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Prisoner Zero (TV series)

Prisoner Zero is an Australian animated children's sci-fi, action-adventure series produced by Planet 55 Studios. Planet 55 Studios was in reality part of the Big Finish group of companies. Many of the actors involved in the audio drama released by Big Finish Productions Limited had agreed through their contracts for release of their work on compact disc, yet not in digital download format, which required an additional fee to be paid to them all. Prisoner Zero follows the adventures of Tag and Gem and their mysterious friend Prisoner Zero. Tag and Gem have a mission to free those enslaved across the cosmos from the evil Imperium, led by General Vykar. Premise The series follows two teen heroes, Tag and Gem, with their friend, the title character Prisoner Zero. They must stop the Imperium, who have enslaved humanity through a digital system, the Bioweve, by freeing the population and stop the evil General Vykar.[2] Characters Prisoner Zero: a mysterious man who is the friend of Tag, Gem, and Del. His memor

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So Fresh: The Hits of Summer 2016

So Fresh: The Hits of Summer 2016 is a 21 track compilation album by Various Artists that was released through Sony Music Entertainment Australia and Universal Music Australia on 27 November 2015.[1] A two disc deluxe edition of the album, So Fresh: The Hits of Summer 2016 + The Best of 2015, features a total of 43 tracks, in which many have cracked the top 50 of the ARIA Singles Chart.[2] Since its release, the compilation has been certified Platinum by ARIA.[3] Track listing Hits of Summer 2016[1] No. Title Artist(s) Length 1. "Sorry" Justin Bieber 3:22 2. "On My Mind" Ellie Goulding 3:35 3. "Locked Away" (featuring Adam Levine) R. City 3:49 4. "The Fix" (featuring Jeremih) Nelly 2:55 5. "Dessert" Dawin 3:33 6. "Ocean Drive" Duke Dumont 3:27 7. "Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)" (featuring Jasmine Thompson) Felix Jaehn 3:07 8. "Broken Arrows" Avicii 3:54 9. "Easy Love" (Radio Edit) Sigala 2:41 10. "Today's the Day" P!nk 3:47 11. "This Ain't Love" Jessica Mauboy 3:29 12. "Hula

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Black Panther (TV series)

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Black Panther (TV series)

Black Panther is an American motion comic[1][2][3][4][5] and television series by Marvel Knights Animation, based on the popular Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. It was the first animated television series produced by BET since Hey Monie!. Each of the six episodes of the series was 20 minutes in length. The series was broadcast on the Australian children's channel ABC Me in January 2010[6] and in the United States on BET in November 2011.[7] On March 16, 2018, the entire series was released through Marvel's YouTube channel for free as Marvel Knights Animation - Black Panther.[8] Plot Upon becoming the new Black Panther after the assassination of his father T'Chaka, T'Challa deals with the jealousy in the Wakandan royal court while looking for the man who killed his father. Unbeknownst to Black Panther, Klaw (the man who assassinated T'Chaka) has assembled a group of villains consisting of Batroc the Leaper, Juggernaut, the Vatican Black Knight, and the Russian Radioactive Man to help him take over

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Crocadoo

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Crocadoo

Crocadoo is an Australian animated series produced by Energee Entertainment and the Nine Network from 1996 to 1998. It follows the adventures of a group of blue crocodiles trying to protect their riverbank from a mad developer. CROCADOO was Energee Entertainment's first original series, its first season being digitally colored and composited with Apple computers running Adobe, Linker Systems and COSA software. First season's 3D backgrounds (Hotel, hotel interiors) were created using SGI Power Animator. Halfway through the first series, beginning with "Watch out for the Wonglebacks", some character animation was outsourced to Vietnam. CROCADOO's second season utilized Energee Entertainment's own CECAPS computer paint software.[1] Characters Main Jazz (voiced by Simon Westaway in season 1 and Hugo Weaving in season 2): A blue, skinny, male croc who is the leader of the crocodiles. He has all the plans and ideas to encourage all the other crocs to do whatever it takes to protect the riverbank. He was born as

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Kuu Kuu Harajuku

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Kuu Kuu Harajuku

Kuu Kuu Harajuku (originally titled KooKoo Harajuku)[1] is a Japanese-influenced animated children's television series created by singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani. It is based on her Harajuku Lovers merchandise brand,[4] and the show doubles as a brand itself, with a line of tie-in products by Mattel. The show follows a teenage girl group called HJ5 and their manager Rudie as they live in a fantasy version of Tokyo called Harajuku City. HJ5 is a quintet: the four Harajuku Girls (Love, Angel, Music and Baby) with their leader G. Episodes follow the band members and Rudie overcoming obstacles preventing them from performing. Network Ten in Australia first commissioned an animated series based on the Harajuku Lovers franchise in 2013, but Gwen Stefani first had the idea to turn it into a TV series as early as 2004, when she introduced the brand. The cartoon is animated using Flash by the Malaysian studio Vision Animation, and it was produced with investment funding from the Victorian government agency Film Victor

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The Deep (2015 TV series)

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The Deep (2015 TV series)

The Deep is an Australian/Canadian co-produced animated television series based on the comic book created by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer[1] and published by Gestalt Comics. The series was optioned by Technicolor[2] and produced by A Stark Production and the Canadian animation studio Nerd Corps Entertainment, a subsidiary of Wildbrain.[3] Commissed by ABC, it premiered on 7TWO on 1 December 2015 and began broadcasting in Canada the following month on Family Chrgd. Netflix acquired the U.S. SVOD rights to The Deep, and it began streaming in America on 1 June 2016 [4] It also aired on Ici Radio-Canada Télé in Canada, and Universal Kids in the US. It is set to be broadcast on CBBC (UK), RTS Deux (Switzerland), La Trois (Belgium), Ketnet (Belgium), NRK (Norway), DR (Denmark), SVT (Sweden) and YLE (Finland), Okto (Singapore) and Super RTL (Germany).[5] On 8 February 2018, DHX Media announced that the series has been renewed for a third season.[6] Synopsis The series follows the Nekton family, a family of adven

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Alice-Miranda (TV series)

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Alice-Miranda (TV series)

Alice-Miranda is a series of children's novels written by Australian author Jacqueline Harvey. The novels chronicle the adventures of a young student at the Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Young Ladies.[1] Alice-Miranda At School is the first book in the series and was published in 2010. The series was created by Australian author Jacqueline Harvey, a teacher and former Deputy Head of Junior School and Director of Development at Abbotsleigh.[2] Harvey created the Alice-Miranda series based on her teaching experiences at boarding schools.[3] The series is sold throughout Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Turkey, Hungary and Brazil.[4] Plot Alice-Miranda began attending the Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Young Ladies with her friend Millie at the age of seven and one quarter when she takes on challenges such as Headmistress Grimm, a mysterious stranger, and Alethea Goldsworthy who along with her three marionettes taunt Alice-Miranda and her friends. Now Al

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Skippy der Buschpilot

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Skippy der Buschpilot

Skippy der Buschpilot is the German title of Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown. External links Skippy der Buschpilot on IMDb Skippy der Buschpilot is the German title of Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown. External links Skippy der Buschpilot on IMDb

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Beat Bugs

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Beat Bugs

Beat Bugs is an Australian-Canadian animated children's television series, created by Josh Wakely, and produced for Netflix by Grace: A Storytelling Company and Thunderbird Entertainment. The series is centered around five young anthropomorphised insects who live in an overgrown suburban backyard and learn life lessons while having adventures. Wakely acquired worldwide rights from Sony/ATV Music Publishing to a catalogue of music by the Beatles to feature in the series. The program features versions of songs by the popular rock group, performed by contemporary recording artists and interwoven into the narrative. Beat Bugs was produced in association with Beyond Entertainment, Atomic Cartoons and the Seven Network, an investor of the program. The series was first made available worldwide on Netflix on 3 August 2016 after premiering in Australia exclusively on 7TWO on 25 July 2016. The program received an AWGIE Award in animation for an episode script in 2016, an AACTA Award for Best Children's Television Ser

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Sydney Sailboat

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Sydney Sailboat

Sydney Sailboat (originally known as Bubble Bath Bay in Australia) is an Australian animated television series for children. It follows the adventures of Sydney the Sailboat and his fleet of friends who live in Bubble Bath Bay.[1] The 11 minute episodes premiered on ABC Kids from 9 March 2015 with a second season screening in 2016.[2] On 26 September 2016, it also aired in the United States on Sprout. Characters Sydney Sailboat The protagonist of the series. He is a plucky young male sailboat who dreams of one day sailing out through The Heads to explore the mysterious Big Blue Sea beyond the Harbour.[2] Occasionally, he puts out his special coloured sail to go faster. He also has a front compartment where he keeps his set of tools which he uses in certain situations. His catchphrase is “Spinnaker, fly!” He is voiced by Samson Hyland. Zip She is Sydney's best friend, and a feisty, young female trainee water taxi who dreams of becoming the best water taxi in the whole harbor.[2] Her catchphrase is “Hoop-de

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Bottersnikes and Gumbles (TV series)

Bottersnikes and Gumbles is a British-Australian-American animated television series which first aired on 7TWO in Australia and CBBC in the United Kingdom. The cast includes Jason Callender, Richard Grieve, Jeff Rawle, Kathryn Drysdale and Miriam Margolyes. It was released on Netflix in North America on 19 August 2016 but was re-dubbed with American accents. History Bottersnikes and Gumbles was in development as early as 2012 by Mighty Nice and Cheeky Little Media. The TV series is based on the children's book series of the same name written by S. A. Wakefield.[1][2] In early 2015, the streaming video service Netflix announced it had acquired the rights to the series and it was released as 52 eleven-minute episodes.[1][3][4] It later aired on 7TWO in Australia [5][6] on 18 December 2015 until 22 January 2016 and CBBC in the UK in 2016.[3] It is pitched at "6 to 9 year old boys and girls."[3] Patrick Egerton, the producer and Cheeky Little Media CEO, described how the "books contain such a rich, distinctive

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Kitu and Woofl

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Kitu and Woofl

Kitu and Woofl is an Australian children's television series which aired on ABC TV on 6 October 1997 and 10 November 1997 and was repeated until 17 May 2005. It follows Kitu, a curious, mischievous and friendly little alien who lives on another planet who makes his own adventures along with his best friend and loyal and intelligent pet dog, Woofl. Episode list (partial) "Dadoo's Little Helper" "Kitu Comes Clean" "Kitu Goes Shopping" "Soap Operetta" "The Picnic" "Alien Babysitter" "Tantrum Techniques" "Stray Poofl" "Saying Sorry" "Breakfast In Bed" "First Day" "Tumba Rhumba" "Nit Picking" "Dadoo's Home" "Too Big Too Small" "Time for Bed" "If at First" "Shelvy Boxes" "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" "French Frock Farce" "Nya Nya Nya Nyaaah Nya "The Little Drummer Boy" "The Visit" "Booberry Fields" "Swing Out Sister" "It's My Party"

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Deadly (Australian TV series)

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Deadly (Australian TV series)

Deadly was an Australian children's television cartoon series which first screened on the Nine Network in 2006. It was produced by Yoram Gross Productions and financed by the Film Finance Corporation Australia. The series is based on the Deadly novel series written by Morris Gleitzman and Paul Jennings.[1] The story follows the adventures of Sprocket and Amy, trying to escape and meddle with the plans of the Brats.[2] Summary It’s hard work when you’re twelve years old, and have to look after your mother – who has just turned two. It’s frustrating being a runaway in search of your family – with only a faded photo to go on. And it’s absolutely DEADLY knowing that the seeds of a blue tea plant have been washed into the river system, and any moment now plants will grow that can keep people young forever. But at least Amy and Sprocket have each other. Together they’ll bring up Toddler Mum as best they can, they’ll fight Pooper Scooper and his malevolent family, and they’ll end every one of those mutating tea

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Li'l Elvis and the Truckstoppers

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Li'l Elvis and the Truckstoppers

Li'l Elvis and the Truckstoppers is the Australian Children's Television Foundation's (ACTF's) first joint venture under the Distinctly Australian Program introduced by Prime Minister Paul Keating. The Director of the ACTF Dr Patricia Edgar selected Peter Viska's character Li'l Elvis to design and co-produce the ACTF's first long-form 26 episode series animation. As an original concept, not commissioned from overseas or based on an adaption of a classic story, production of the series on this scale was a massive undertaking for the Australian animation industry. With Li'l Elvis, an $11.5 million project the ACTF opened up a new overseas market in partnership with France 2 and France Animation a French production company and Ravensburger a German distributor, with the financial participation of Centre national de la cinématographie. (Patricia Edgar, Bloodbath, A memoir of Australian television, MUP, 2006, pp. 321–324) A team of ninety animators and artists worked for 18 months including thirty- nine trainees w

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Pirate Express

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Pirate Express

Pirate Express is a Canadian/Australian animated series produced by Atomic Cartoons.[3] The show consists of 26 episodes, all originally aired during a single week in April 2015 on Teletoon.[4] As of December 2019, it has not aired on the channel since its premiere week.[5] Synopsis Episodes No.overall No. inseason Title Original air date 1 1 "Poseidon or Bust/Finders Keepers" April 26, 2015 2 2 "Little Miss Swordshine/Ship Wretched" April 26, 2015 3 3 "Turkey Leg of Doom/Hair of the God" April 26, 2015 4 4 "Enter the Octogod/Dead Men Wear Plaid" April 26, 2015 5 5 "Bilge Rat Zombies/Ghost of Ships Passed" April 26, 2015 6 6 "Night of the Geminis/Ships and Salsa" April 30, 2015 7 7 "All A Bored/Club Fed" April 26, 2015 8 8 "White Wedding/Saltiest Dogs" April 26, 2015 9 9 "Shrieking Violet/Starboard Struck" April 26, 2015 10 10 "Get Kraken/Grill of My Dreams" April 26, 2015 11 11 "Penguin Law/Shop 'til You Drop Anchor" April 26, 2015 12 12 "Opposites Ahoy/Udder Chaos" April 27, 2

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Pacific Heat

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Pacific Heat

Pacific Heat is an Australian animated sitcom co-created by Rob Sitch, Santo Cilauro, and Tom Gleisner.[1][2] The series is a Working Dog Productions for Foxtel's The Comedy Channel.[3] The series, which was first commissioned by Foxtel in February 2014,[1] premiered on The Comedy Channel on 27 November 2016.[3] It was repeated on Network Ten on Monday 8 May for special preview and Eleven on Wednesday 10 May 2017.[4] It currently is available on Netflix in America and Europe, but not Australia. Synopsis Pacific Heat is set on the Gold Coast, Queensland, a sun-drenched paradise where sun and surf meet soaring crime rates. The police undercover special unit known as Pacific Heat tackles everyone from petty crooks to international drug cartels.[5] Cast Rob Sitch as Special Agent Todd Sommerville[3] Rebecca Massey as Special Agent Maddie Riggs Lucia Mastrantone as Special Agent Veronica V.J. Delane[6] Santo Cilauro as Agent Zac Tom Gleisner as the Chief Episodes No. Title Original air date

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The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill

The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill is an Australian animated television series based on Dorothy Wall's books about Blinky Bill.[4] The show currently airs on Kids Central. Plot Blinky Bill is back to bring his trademark mischief, mayhem, and humour to life. Along with his best mate and sidekick Jacko, Blinky takes on the role as defender of his outback home, Greenpatch. Characters Blinky Bill (voiced by Cam Ralph[5]) - an 11-year-old koala who is the main protagonist. Jacko Browing (voiced by Akmal Saleh[6]) - a frill-necked lizard is Blinky's sidekick and best friend. Nutsy Koala (voiced by Bridie Connell) - a young female koala that is Blinky Bill's closest friend. Cranky (voiced by Peter McAllum) - a tyrannical goanna is Blinky's nemesis and the mayor of Green-Patch. Juan Pablo (voiced by Rupert Degas) - a Paraguayan parrot. Bandi (voiced by Rupert Degas) - a mischievous bandicoot. Coot (voiced by Cam Ralph) - another mischievous bandicoot. Wombo (voiced by Jim Pike) - a wombat and Blin

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Stanley (2001 TV series)

Stanley is an American interactive animated television series that aired on Playhouse Disney based on the series of children's books written by "Griff" (as indicated on the cover of the original book), also known as Andrew Griffin. It was produced by Cartoon Pizza and was developed for television by Jim Jinkins (the creator of Doug, PB&J Otter, Allegra's Window, JoJo's Circus, and Pinky Dinky Doo) and David Campbell. Stanley teaches a wide variety of issues preschool children face, including change, growth, rules, and dealing with others. Each episode centers on an animal that deals with or helps explain the issue Stanley is grappling with. Junkanoo and reggae fusion group Baha Men, known for their hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out?", sang the theme song for the series, "My Man Stanley". Relient K later re-recorded the theme song in 2011, as part of Disney Junior - Live on Stage! Synopsis Each episode shows Stanley (voiced by Jessica D. Stone) in a situation he does not fully understand. He discusses it

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Little J & Big Cuz

Little J & Big Cuz is an Australian animated television series first screened on the NITV network in 2017. The 13-part series is directed by Tony Thorne and produced by Ned Lander and developed with The Australian Council for Educational Research. It was written by Beck Cole, Jon Bell, Erica Glynn, Danielle Maclean, Bruce Pascoe and Dot West with creative input from Margaret Harvey, Leah Purcell and Adrian Wills.[1] In May 2018, the show was renewed for a second series to air on NITV and ABC Kids in 2019.[2] The series won the 2018 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program.[3] Plot Little J is five and has just started school. His older female cousin, Big Cuz, is ten. They are a couple of Indigenous Australian kids living with their Nanna and Old Dog, who also narrates. The gaps in Nanna's ramshackle fence lead to Saltwater, Desert and Freshwater Country. With the help of Nanna and their teacher Miss Chen, Little J and Big Cuz are finding out all about culture, community and country.[4] Ver

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Bluey (animated TV series)

Bluey is an Australian animated television series for children. The series is a Ludo Studio production for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Principal production investment from BBC Studios, Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Screen Australia. Developed and produced with the assistance of Screen Queensland. Bluey follows the adventures of a lovable and inexhaustible anthropomorphic six-year-old Blue Heeler puppy who lives with her dad, mum and four-year-old little sister, Bingo. In every episode, Bluey uses her limitless Blue Heeler energy to play elaborate games that unfold in unpredictable and hilarious ways.[1] Bluey had its first season premiere on October 1st 2018 with 26 episodes, and another 26 more to be aired on April 1st 2019. The show has been green-lit for a second season of 52 episodes[2] in response to the mammoth success of the animated show on ABC iView with 21 million views since it launched in 2018 - making Bluey one of the most watched children's show on the network.[3] Chara

2010s Australian animated television series

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