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Dinopaws gets green light

Dinopaws, a 52 x 11-minute animated preschool program, has been greenlit. The international co-production involves Canadian producer Guru Studio and broadcaster Treehouse, along with the UK's Impossible Kids, Kindle Entertainment and CBeebies.
February 28, 2013

Dinopaws, a 52 x 11-minute animated preschool program, has been greenlit. Theinternational co-production involves Canadian producer Guru Studio and broadcaster Treehouse, along with the UK’s Impossible Kids, Kindle Entertainment and CBeebies.

BBC Worldwide has also picked up global television distribution rights (outside of the UK and Canada) and global merchandising rights.

Dinopaws went into production in December 2012 and is planned for delivery in spring of 2014. The preschool series is set to air in 2014 in Canada and the UK and on BBC Worldwide’s CBeebies channels across its six key markets (Poland, the Nordic region, Africa, Australia, Asia and the Latin American and US Hispanic markets).

The show features three young, charismatic dinosaurs named Bob, Gwen and Tony, whose curiosity leads them on exciting and magical adventures.

The original concept was created and developed by Alan Gilbey at Kindle Entertainment and Impossible Kids, together with Guru Studio.

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