Blue Ant International grows their kids’ catalogue with two new series
In this scripted children’s programme, three nerdy friends have to do what they’ve never done before – get in trouble so they can search the detention room for the hidden entrance to a secret laboratory.
- When I Grow Up!
(26 x 11’ HD) (Riverbank Pictures) II Original Broadcaster: TVO Kids
When I Grow Up! is the creation of Mikaela, who is on a quest to determine what she
wants to be when she grows up. Fuelled by curiosity and a passion for STEM, Mikaela tries different jobs and makes videos of her journey in a DIY production studio in her parents garage.
- The Inspectors
(70 x 30’ HD) (Litton Entertainment) II Original Broadcaster: CBS
The Inspectors is an Emmy Award winning scripted dramatic series set in Washington, D.C., and inspired by real cases handled by the United States Postal Inspection Service. The series follows a determined teen who, after being paralyzed in a car accident, is working as an intern for his U.S. Postal Inspector mom. Together, they solve crimes.
- News of the Wild
(37 x 30’ HD) (Northern Pictures Kids) II Original Broadcaster: Channel 7
News of the Wild is an animal focused, factual entertainment news show aimed at 7-12 year olds. It is anchored in the studio by two squabbling co-hosts, Maya and Finn (or is that Finn and Maya, they can never agree), who cross to stories from a number of different locations and reporters.
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