Sunday, August 15, 2021

Channel 5's Milkshake! Starts to Air 'Kid-E-Cats'

APC Kids, the children’s entertainment division of co-production and distribution group APC Studios, has announced that season one of СTC Media’s hit 2D animated preschool series KID-E-CATS, started airing on Channel 5’s Milkshake! programming block during the UK summer holidays. The 52 x five-minute first season of the preschool-skewing show tracks three kittens who learn different lessons as they get into comedic situations.

In the United Kingdom, the international English version of the series premiered on Nick Jr. Too in 2018 and in Ireland on TG4 in Gaelic version, but this will be the first free-to-air broadcast in a new British English dubbed version. Channel 5 is owned and operated by Nick Jr. parent company ViacomCBS.

One of the leading preschool series in Russia, owned and managed by CTC Media and produced by Studio Metrafilms, KID-E-CATS was recently commissioned for a fourth season and currently airs on Nick Jr. in over 170 territories and is available worldwide on Netflix. The first three seasons have seen great success internationally, alongside the consumer products roll-out, with more than 70 licensees and 1400 licensed product lines worldwide, and the 24 KID-E-CATS educational mobile games, which have now garnered 39 million downloads to date.

The series tells the story of three kittens: Cookie, Pudding and their kid sister Candy who are forever ready to jump into action with endless enthusiasm and energy. Their imagination also knows no bounds, and these kitties are capable of the most absurdly funny problem-solving suggestions. Through life’s little lessons, they learn to look before they leap – well sometimes!

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