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Animalia (TV series)

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Animalia (TV series)

Animalia is an Australian-British-Canadian-American children's television series based on the 1986 picture book of the same name by illustrator Graeme Base. Development The series was first conceived in 1999 when Australian producer Ewan Burnett met with Base, and obtained the rights to an adaptation of the best-selling book. In early 2002, Burnett finalised the funding arrangements with Australian and international broadcast partners and investors, but the project was delayed when the British government revised the United Kingdom's taxation laws so that projects claiming special tax status had to be delivered in the financial year they were claimed. After three years of re-financing, Animalia began production in 2005.[1] The book on which the series was based is a picture book with each spread depicting an elaborate illustration in which every animal and object begins with a particular letter of the alphabet. As there was no coherent narrative or central characters, these were developed with the concept o

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The Adventures of Blinky Bill

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The Adventures of Blinky Bill

The Adventures of Blinky Bill is an Australian animated television series based on Dorothy Wall's books about Blinky Bill. The series is produced by the Yoram Gross[1] companies: Yoram Gross Film Studio (from 1993 to 1995) and Yoram Gross-EM.TV (from 2004 to 2005), with the main co-production of EM.TV and WDR. All three seasons of the series and the TV movie were animated overseas by Colorland Animation Productions Ltd. in Hong Kong. Set in Greenpatch, a fictional Australian town, the series presents stories of conservation and nature through the activities of Blinky Bill and his family and friends. Series Season 1 In the first season of The Adventures of Blinky Bill (1993, 26 episodes), Blinky Bill and his friends rebuild the buildings and the community in Greenpatch, following its destruction by humans. They also come to terms with their new neighbours, the ill-famed Dingo family. The season first aired on ABC Television in 1993. Yoram Gross (with his first studios Yoram Gross Film Studio) co-produced t

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The Adventures of Sam

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The Adventures of Sam

The Adventures of Sam was an Australian children's animated television serial, written by Ken Kelso, that aired on the ABC in 1999. Set in the 1850s, it followed a sea-faring boy named Sam Donahue as he goes on many adventures around the world while trying to find his brother Tom and discovers new worlds and different cultures. The show ran for 13 episodes and is produced by the Australian Film Finance Corporation and Southern Star Entertainment in association with the ABC. It was also well known for its theme music by Nerida Tyson-Chew which was nominated for several awards. The show was also released on three videos in 1999 by PolyGram Video each containing four episodes featuring all episodes except for the final episode "Begin Again". It also aired on Toon Disney and The Disney Channel in the United Kingdom, TV2 in New Zealand, Kids Central in Singapore, Arutz HaYeladim in Israel, K-T.V. World in South Africa, France 5 in France, Disney Channel in Malaysia and RTÉ2 in Ireland being shown on the long runn

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Archibald the Koala

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Archibald the Koala

Archibald the Koala is an animated children's television series produced by Millimages in association with HiT Entertainment. The show began in 1998 and starting airing on ITV on its children's block CITV.[2] It was based on the books written by Paul Cox.[1] The show was made in both French and English versions. In the United States, the show was seen on Cartoon Network's international showcase program aimed at pre-schoolers, Small World. Plot This series is set on a secluded island called Rastepappe that is populated by Koalas and Badgers. Its city Koalaville is filled with various strange characters including a nervous mayor, a hopeless inventor, a lazy fisherman, a short-tempered chef and a bossy painter. The stress of the mayor's job causes him to have trouble with migraines, or "meeegranes" as he pronounces it. There are always strange things going on, so Archibald, the trustworthy detective, is put on the job! Characters Archibald the detective — the detective and main character. Voiced by Richar

Television series about koalas

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Treehouse TV shows

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Arthur! and the Square Knights of the Round Table

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Arthur! and the Square Knights of the Round Table

Arthur! And the Square Knights of the Round Table is an Australian animated series based on the legend of King Arthur of Camelot. The series was produced by Air Programs International from 1966 to 1968 and written by Melbourne playwright Alex Buzo and British-born entertainer Rod Hull, with Lyle Martin, Michael Robinson, and John Palmer. The characters included King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, Merlin, the Jester, the Black Knight, and Morgana le Fay. The actors who voiced the character parts in the series included: John Meillon (as "Arthur"), Lola Brooks (as "Guinevere" and "Morgana le Fay"), John Ewart, Kevin Golsby, and Matthew O'Sullivan. By 1969, the series had been sold for broadcast in the United Kingdom and the United States. In Australia, where it was made and produced, it was sold also to the Australian Broadcasting Commission, for broadcast on the ABC-TV network. Typically it was broadcast on Saturday mornings and initially also, on Monday evenings. As the Australian television industry did not g

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Television series based on Arthurian legend

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Bobtales

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Bobtales

Bobtales is an Australian animated series of aboriginal dreamtime stories produced in Perth, Western Australia in 1997 and aired in 1998. Thirteen 5-minute episodes were produced by independent film company Gripping Film and Graphics and the Western Australian Aboriginal Media Association in Western Australia, with funding from Screenwest, Film Australia, and SBS Independent. The series is distributed within Australia and world wide by Screen Australia. Episodes Waitj and the Djindong The Trials of Yorna Younger and Maak (Kangaroo and Moon) Legend of the Southern Cross How the Parrots got their Colours Three Springs How the Echidna Got its Quills The Emu, Brolga and Eagle The Kingfisher Tribe The Dove and the Mountain Devil Moon Stories Legend of the Kwilena How the Numbat Got Its Stripes / How the Chuditch Has Spots and the Emu Can't Fly References https://web.archive.org/web/20080723005826/http://www.racismnoway.com.au/library/bibliography/bib57.html http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/6

1990s Australian animated television series

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CJ the DJ

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CJ the DJ

CJ the DJ is an Australian animated TV series created first broadcast on ABC3. The show was created by Mark Gravas of Yakkity Yak fame [1] and writer Stu Connolly. Fifty-two episodes were produced for the first season. Two episodes are often broadcast together, creating an impression that there are only twenty-six episodes in the first season.[2] Overview CJ The DJ follows the adventures of a 13-year-old girl with the nickname of CJ, with Lesley and Si they form a group of DJ wannabes and together try to make it to the big leagues by playing gigs, promoting themselves and practicing. However the town she lives in, no one wants to hear about her. Characters Cathleen Jones[3] aka CJ is a 13-year-old girl who aspires to be a DJ. She loves not being like everyone else and has a unique view on the world. Lesley Smiles is one of CJ's friends, she is the complete opposite to CJ but they are friends because they are both individuals.[2] Si is CJ's best friend and neighbor, he is a born musician and has a passi

Australian flash animated television series

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Beached Az

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Beached Az

Beached Az is an animated cartoon series broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). It is shown on both ABC1 and ABC2. Concept Beached Az follows the struggle of a whale beached on a New Zealand beach to get back into the ocean. During his time on the beach, the whale encounters a variety of sea life who discuss their various problems and ambitions. Each episode uniquely lacks any formal narrative arc, and the series is more a collection of comedic conversations highlighting social differences. History Beached Az is a continuation of the characters developed in the short film titled "Beached Whale" which was created in April 2008. The short film was animated/directed by Jarod Green and written/directed by Anthony MacFarlane and Nick Boshier.[1] Appearing primarily on YouTube, the film gained widespread popularity in Australia and New Zealand through social media channels. In 2009, the same creators came together to write, direct and animate ten more episodes for ABC Television under the

2010s Australian animated television series

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Dennis the Menace and Gnasher (2009 TV series)

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Dennis the Menace and Gnasher (2009 TV series)

Dennis and Gnasher is an Australian/British animated television series currently being aired on CBBC Channel. Based on the original comic strips from The Beano, it features the adventures of the rebellious schoolboy Dennis the Menace and his dog Gnasher. The programme is aimed for ages 6–12[1] and commenced on 7 September 2009 and ended on 2 March 2010 after 52 episodes.[2] A second series started at 3:45pm on 8 July 2013 on the CBBC Channel. It was preceded by Dennis and Gnasher which aired in 1996 and a new series in 1998. Production The new series features the return of 10-year-old Dennis, Gnasher, Mum, Dad, Curly and Pie-Face and also features the introduction of Dennis' little sister Bea, as well as several original characters like Athena. The production shots also showed Dennis' treehouse with a more menacing design.[2] Screenshots and an episode can be found at the production company Red Kite Animation's website.[1] Images of the characters and production were featured in The Beano's 70 year anniver

2009 British television series debuts

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Animated television series about dogs

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Dinky Di's

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Dinky Di's

Dinky Di's is an early 1990s animated cartoon with anthropomorphic animal heroes who fought to prevent environmental damage and rescue endangered animal and bird species from the satanic Mr. Mephisto. It was produced in Australia by Roo and created by Mel Bradford. Known as the "Friends on freedom's frontier", the squad is well organised with a command center, computer network, and high-tech, amphibious vehicles. They are led by Aussie (a kangaroo) and Cass (a koala), and aided by characters from across the globe. Mr. Mephisto, a shadowy figure with glowing red eyes, uses a gang of stereotypically maligned beasts to do his dirty work: Rancid Rat, Hugo Hyena, Ganny Iguana, and others. Mephisto's true identity, however, is a true mystery to the Dinky Di's, and one which, when solved, will be a major step towards slowing damage to the planet. Like other ecologically-hinged shows of the period (for instance, Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Dinky Di's taught children about their responsibility to the planet

1990s Australian animated television series

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Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist

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Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist

Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist is an Australian/Canadian children's animated television program that is an international co-production between March Entertainment and SLR Productions in Canada and Australia. The series first screened on Network Ten in 2008 and is designed for kids aged 6 and older. It began airing on CBC Television in Canada in January 2010 and currently airs on Saturday mornings.[3] Qubo aired the series in the USA until December 27, 2014. There are 26 episodes of 25 minutes duration each. Episodes are usually screened in a half-hour timeslot. Series synopsis It is the year 3000. Dex Hamilton, a young entomologist and wildlife explorer is called into action when alien insects crawling through the galaxy create a dangerous rift between man and nature. Accompanied by his team of scientists, Zap Monogan, Jenny 10 and Tung "the fantastic frog boy", Dex sets out to observe and capture these strange specimens. Meanwhile, a villain is genetically modifying super bugs to destroy all worlds.[4]

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Erky Perky

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Erky Perky

Erky Perky is an Australian/Canadian animated television program on YTV developed by CCI Entertainment and Ambience Entertainment, with the CGI animation done by Australian Visual Effects company The LaB Sydney.[1] The show was about two bickering, dimwitted insects, Erky and Perky, who lived at a hot dog stand before they are accidentally taken to a house.[2] The show focuses on Erky and Perky trying to settle into the house, living with fellow housebugs, and the hunt for food in a very clean kitchen. It was broadcast once on YTV's Big BBQ Blowout on July 1, 2006, as a "sneak peek". Another Erky Perky "sneak peek" episode was shown on August 30, 2006 during YTV's "Sneek Peek Week", before airing regularly on September 7. Plot Two bugs, the Scottish-accented Erky, and his friend, the cowardly and impressionable Perky, live an idyllic life on a downtown hot dog stand, a cornucopia of crumbs, relish and wieners. They live the high life until one day they are swept away in a take-out bag and end up in a steri

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Fairy Tale Police Department

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Fairy Tale Police Department

Fairy Tale Police Department is an Australian animated series, produced by the company Yoram Gross-EM.TV in co-production with EM.TV & Merchandising AG, Victory Media Group, and Talit Communications. It aired on Seven Network at various times. Setting The series takes place in Fairy Tale Land, when a fairy tale messed up, the cops Johnny Legend Fantasy and Christine Anderson come to fix it. Characters Johnny Legend - Christine's childish, cowardly and clumsy partner who is easily distracted from work; he prefers to style his hair with a comb that he always carries around in his pocket than solve a crime. Johnny's clumsiness and inability to focus properly mostly gets the pair in trouble which is something that he is not often aware of. Although he acts cowardly, he can be serious at times but only in the most extreme of circumstances (or if he wants to). Christine (Chris) Anderson - A smart, hard-working and patient lady cop and one of two main characters of the show. Christine is the most level

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Dirtgirlworld

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Dirtgirlworld

Dirtgirlworld, stylized as dirtgirlworld, is an Australian-Canadian children's television series created by Cate McQuillen and Hewey Eustace of Mememe Productions.[2] Visually designed by Jean Camden, James Hackett and Cate McQuillen, it was animated by Hackett Films in Australia and Spin Productions in Canada. The show was co-produced by Mememe Productions (Australia) and Decode Entertainment (Canada).[3] It was commissioned by CBeebies, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).[3] Kids' CBC Fifty-two eleven minute episodes were commissioned. The show first aired on CBC on October 5, 2009, on CBeebies on November 2, 2009, and on ABC on December 4, 2009. It aired in the United States on the cable channel Sprout, on April 22, 2010.[4] The show is currently screened on ABC Kids Australia and CBeebies Australia most days. The series used 3D CGI animation combined with photomontage and live action. The main characters were Dirtgirl (Maree Lowes) and Scrapboy

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The Dukes of Broxstonia

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The Dukes of Broxstonia

The Dukes Of Bröxstônia is an Australian short animated television series created by Suren Perera and Stu Connolly, aired on ABC3[1] for kid´s broadcast aired over 3 seasons. The show also airs on Disney XD in the United States and on Cartoon Network in Asia and Latin America. Premise The series is about 3 teenagers who make up a hard rocking punk band from Broxstonia. Singer Arj, drummer Barj and guitarist Larj are always on tour, enjoying fast but mad adventures, living the dream away from home despite their worst foes, rival band The Lukes of Floxstônia. Dukes Characters Arj – is the singer, his favourite food is donuts. Barj – is the drummer, has a terror of spiders, loves ice cream. Larj – is the guitarist of the band, has sky blue hair. Lukes Characters All Lukes have the first name Luke. They are a boy band from neighbouring Floxstônia. They are the Dukes' rivals. Airing Season 1 Season 1 was aired on ABC3 and contain 10 episodes of 45 seconds, premiering on 2 August 2010 and ending on

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Dogstar (TV series)

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Dogstar (TV series)

Dogstar is an Australian children's animated television program produced by Media World Pictures [1] which first screened on the Nine Network and then Disney Channel Australia. There are 26 episodes in each season.[2] Dogstar was produced by Colin South and Ross Hutchens, written by Doug MacLeod and Philip Dalkin, designed by Scott Vanden Bosch [3] and directed by Aaron Davies. Editing and special effects were done by Merlin Cornish and the music was composed by Yuri Worontschak. Series synopsis After thousands of years of wars, pollution, undrinkable water and silly cartoon shows, humans are forced to leave Earth and move everything and everyone to a new planet: New Earth. But not everything goes to plan when the Dogstar, a giant space ark containing all of the world's dogs, becomes lost in space. On New Earth, the evil Bob Santino makes his fortune selling canine replacement units, Robogs, and plots to ensure the Dogstar is never found. But the Clark kids desperately miss their real dog, Hobart, and begi

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The Flying Dogtor

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The Flying Dogtor

The Flying Dogtor The Flying Dogtor is an early Australian animated television series made by Crawford Productions between 1962 and 1964. It was shown on the Australian Television Network, which later became the Seven Network. Its central character is a Great Dane who conducts a medical practice by aeroplane in outback Australia, similar to the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The series was devised and written by the leading Melbourne architect Robin Boyd. Characters The Great Dogtor Dane - the Flying Dogtor Granny Goanna Liz Lizard The bush children Colin Kanga Polly Possum Katie Koala Crafty Carson Carpetbag - the sneaky snake from Steamy Swamp Elvis Eagle - the bodgie bird Old Man Redback Production The show was produced by Hector Crawford. Cartoons were drawn by Joy Murray and Janice Male who studied together at Melbourne Technical College (now RMIT University). The cameraman was Ian Crawford. All characters' voices were read by Roly Barlee who was well known in Melbourne radio. Script a

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Flipper and Lopaka

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Flipper and Lopaka

Flipper & Lopaka is an Australian animated series produced by the Yoram Gross[1] companies: Yoram Gross Films Studio (in Season 1) and Yoram Gross-EM.TV (in Seasons 2 and 3). It has previously aired on Australia's Seven Network at various times and has also aired on Australia's ABC3, a channel dedicated to children's television programs. Setting The series takes place on the Millhouse island of Illoka. The islanders survive without the use of modern technology, building huts out of bamboo and fern and eating various fruits found on the island floor. Beneath the surrounding ocean lies Quetzo, a sunken Millhouse island now home to many sea creatures. The series follows Lopaka, a young Polynesian boy who has the mysterious power to communicate with sea creatures and breathe underwater, and his adventures with his many sea-faring friends, including the witty and friendly dolphin, Flipper. Lopaka, Flipper and their friends must work together to thwart the plans of the nefarious Dexter, an octopus wanting to

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Farmkids

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Farmkids

Farmkids (styled as FARMkids) is an Australian computer-animated comedy television series about pampered zoo animals accidentally being shipped to a dude ranch. Thirteen episodes were broadcast in Series 1 and another thirteen in Series 2,[1] both of which aired in 2008. Overview The series is based around the irony of farm animals who know nothing about living in the countryside. They are a bunch of fastlane pampered city animals who live a star studded life in a popular nursery petting zoo, but their lives take a funny unexpected turn when they are suddenly relocated. To top it off their new home is nothing like one would expect from a simple old farm. At its core, this series is aiming at twisting and repackaging a strong and timeless farm theme into a fast, edgy comedy. Dude Ranch, the FARMkids new home, is a place where the old, modern and twilight zone elements meet to make this a way out of the ordinary environment. This is not the average city slickers on the Old MacDonald type of situation; Farmkid

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The Flamin' Thongs

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The Flamin' Thongs

The Flamin' Thongs is an Australian children's animated television series screening on ABC3 from 9 May 2014. The 26 12-minute episodes (written by Simon Dodd and Bruce Griffiths) follow the plans of the dysfunctional Thong Family, as they try to put Whale Bay on the map. The family consists of parents Trevor and Brenda, their 12-year-old son Holden and 14-year-old daughter Narelle. Holden's best friend, Rerp, is a cane toad in a school uniform. The holden family are made out to be a typical 'Aussie family'. they put in slang and worldwide known objects for australia into the film. [1] Cast Brandon Burns as Holden Thong Mark Mitchell as Trevor Thong Denise Drysdale as Brenda Thong (26 episodes, 2014) Kate McLennan as Narelle Thong André de Vanny as Kevin Tony Martin as various characters (8 episodes, 2014) Abbe Holmes Hamish Hughes Emma Watson References http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2014/05/airdate-the-flamin-thongs.html External links Official website The Flamin' Thongs at ABC Th

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Get Ace

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Get Ace

Get Ace is an Australian animated television series from production company Galaxy Pop,[1] created by Dina McPherson[2] and Gian Christian.[3] The series follows the adventures of Ace McDougal, a young boy with amazing hi-tech super powered dental braces. The series officially premiered on Eleven, on 19 January 2014, where it took first place in rating amongst animated programs.[4] Overview A case of mistaken identity causes ordinary highschool student, Ace McDougal, to be thrown into the fast-paced world of hi-tech super spies. During a normal trip to the dentist's office, Ace is accidentally fitted out with a set of hi-tech, super spy braces, loaded with dozens of different gadgets and a holographic artificial intelligence program named Hugo, that only he can see. Against the odds, Ace and Hugo (Holographic User Guidance Operative) must learn to get along in order to keep the braces secret and safe. The braces original owner Ned Krinkle, an evil spy and master of disguise, will do anything to get them ba

Animated television series about teenagers

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H2O: Mermaid Adventures

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H2O: Mermaid Adventures

HO: Mermaid Adventures is an animated Netflix original programme for children. It is based on the Australian teenage show HO: Just Add Water created by Jonathan M. Shiff. The series is produced by Denis Olivieri and directed by Tian Xiao Zhang.[1] A 13-episode first series was released to Netflix on 22 May 2015.[2] The second series was released on Netflix on 15 July 2015. Characters Main Rikki Chadwick, who is the rebel of the group, and close friends of Emma and Cleo. After becoming a mermaid Rikki gains the ability to boil water. She is voiced by Holly Gauthier-Frankel. Emma Gilbert, who is the more reasonable, and responsible among her friends at times, and former synchronized swimmer. After becoming a mermaid Emma gains the ability to freeze water. She is voiced by Eleanor Noble. Cleo Sertori, who is a shy girl that is very interested in studying marine biology. After becoming a mermaid Cleo gains the ability to control water. She is voiced by Sonja Ball. Lewis McCartney, a tech-savvy young man who

Anime-influenced Western animation

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G2G (TV series)

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G2G (TV series)

G2G: Got to Go, is an animated television series co-produced by Moody Street Kids (Australia) and March Entertainment (Canada). The series focuses on the life of a preteen girl, Maddison Marples-Macintosh, who assumes the role of an online advice columnist on her school's website. Broadcast The original series ran for 26 half-hour episodes, and premiered on the Nine Network in Australia in 2008. In 2010, the show began airing on CBC Television in Canada. The network also published an online game associated with the series, called G2G: Extra Credit. In 2018 it was picked up on Toonavision.[1] Synopsis The show typically begins with Maddison receiving an e-mail on her PDA about the troubles of anonymous students in her school and her trying to give that person advice, while facing a problem nearly identical to the one described in the e-mail, which often ends up giving her the answer she needs to help the troubled sender. Characters G2G features mostly teenage or preteen characters, with the appearance of

Television series by Endemol Australia

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Ketchup: Cats Who Cook

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Ketchup: Cats Who Cook

Ketchup: Cats Who Cook (ケチャップ, Kechappu) is an animated series broadcast between October 5, 1998, and April 2, 1999, on NHK in Japan. It was a co-production with Southern Star of Australia, Main characters Japanese version Kappei Yamaguchi - Pickles Kōsuke Komori — Scampi (Pesto) Mami Koyama - Madame Jet-Coll Kōsei Tomita — Chef Goulash Taeko Shinbashi — Mrs. Borscht Mayu Fujimori — Spagette English version Kate Fitzpatrick as Madame Courgette External links Ketchup on IMDb

Television series by Endemol Australia

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