Nickelodeon has ordered a TV show called “Lalaloopsy,” which is based on the Lalaloopsy product line. Nick has ordered 52 episodes of the show and fans can expect to tune in starting this spring.
Here’s a description of the show from the network:
Based on the best-selling line, the half-hour series celebrates diversity, friendship and teamwork and stars the Lalaloopsy rag dolls –, Mittens Fluff ‘n Stuff, Bea Spells-a-Lot, Rosy Bumps ‘N’ Bruises, Jewel Sparkles, Peanut Big Top, Spot Splatter Splash, Crumbs Sugar Cookie, Dot Starlight and their group of friends. The characters, who magically came to life when their last stitch was sewn, each have a unique personality based on the fabrics that were used to make them and a special pet. They come together for daily adventures in a whimsical world of silly surprises called Lalaloopsy Land.
Here’s a note from Teri Weiss, the EVP of Production and Development for Nickelodeon Preschool:
Kids adore the Lalaloopsy line and will now be able to engage with these characters in a whole new way when we bring them to life on TV for the first time. The Lalaloopsy world is filled with magic and surprises that will delight preschoolers while teaching important lessons about teamwork and friendship.
Are you excited for this new show?
A new animated show is coming to Nick Jr called “Tickety Toc.” The show will premiere on September 10, 2012 and is geared toward preschool-aged children.
“Tickety Toc” is about two friends named Tommy and Tallulah who race against time in each episode in adventures to make sure they are able to keep their clocks ticking. The show will teach lessons about time and schedules.
Are you planning on tuning in for the premiere of “Tickety Toc” on Nick Jr?
Nickelodeon has just announced a new show coming to the NickMom programming block in 2013. The NickMom programming block airs late at night on the Nick Jr TV channel. The new show is titled “My 63 Moms.”
Here’s a description of the show from Nickelodeon:
My 63 Moms (13 episodes) is a docu-comedy series starring comic and new mom, Andrea Rosen, who speaks to different types of moms seeking advice and confirmation that she is not alone in the insanity that is motherhood. Each week she’ll visit a few families, have a meal, a nap, and hear their stories and insights as she struggles to determine what’s right for her and her child. The series is Executive Produced by Linda Schaffer and Barbara Kanowitz of Hot Air Productions and Andrea Rosen.
Does this sound like a show you want to watch?