Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Nickelodeon Australia And New Zealand To Premiere "Rabbids Invasion" On Tuesday 28th January 2014

The Invasion Continues! SKY TV, New Zealand's main pay-television operator, is reporting the exciting Nickelodeon International news on the 'Kids and Family' area of their 'Television Highlights' webpage that Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand, the Australian and Kiwi version of the world's number one kids' channel, will start to show Nickelodeon and Ubisoft's brand new CG-animated series "Rabbids Invasion" every weekday morning at 7:30am from Tuesday 28th January 2014!:
Rabbids Invasion

Weekdays from Tuesday, January 28, 7:30am

New Zealand Premiere – new episodes continue

Rabbids Invasion brings the comedy of the wildly successful Rabbids video games to television. Unpredictable and silly, the Rabbids are a mysterious breed of rabbit-like creatures that explore, and often wreak havoc, in the human world. They will try to study human behaviour by mimicking everything they do…but in the Rabbids sort of way, with no logic…of course!
To celebrate Nick AU & NZ starting to debut "Rabbids Invasion" on Tuesday 28th January 2014, Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand has launched their official "Rabbids Invasion" show website, which features show information, a 'Meet the Characters' section featuring exclusive animated GIFs, and exclusive online streaming video clips! You can visit Nick AU & NZ's official "Rabbids: Invasion" show webpage here on nickelodeon.com.au!

In "Rabbids Invasion", 26 half-hour episodes will follow the uncontrollable Rabbids as they invade and wreak havoc on the human world. Communicating only by a crazy-sounding "Bwaaaaaah!" the Rabbids have no understanding of human conventions and are only interested in having fun.

Created and produced by Ubisoft, this new series brings to television the hysterical physical comedy that is the hallmark of the wildly successful Rabbids video games. Created in 2006, the wacky, mischievous Rabbids have become a global sensation with over 14 million video games sold worldwide and hundreds of licensed products that feature the Rabbids characters. Viral videos starring the Rabbids have attracted more than 62 million views on YouTube. The Rabbids phenomenon currently extends across multiple genres including parodies, videos, illustrations and consumer products.
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