Wednesday 20th November 2019

UK RELEASE: BELOVED PADDINGTON BEAR RETURNS TO TV IN IN NICKELODEONS BRAND-NEW ANIMATED PRESCHOOL SERIES, THE ADVENTURES OF PADDINGTON SET TO AIR IN MARCH 2020

Airing in March 2020, The Adventures of Paddington centers on a younger Paddington as he writes letters to Aunt Lucy celebrating the new things he has discovered through the day's exciting activities. The Adventures of Paddingtonis a Heyday Films and STUDIOCANAL production in association with Copyrights. 

Actor Ben Whishaw (Paddington 1 & 2) reprises his role as the voice of the title character, alongside new cast members Morwenna BanksBobby BeynonSheena BhattessaDarren BoydNoel ClarkePhyllis LoganMonica LoperaSabrina Newton-FisherDavid SchofieldReece ShearsmithLiz Sutherland-Lim and Jeremiah Waysome

The Adventures of Paddington will also feature a brand-new theme song "Paddington Bear" written and performed by one of Britain's most successful musicians, Gary Barlow (Take That).

Following the series premiere of The Adventures of Paddington, NickJr.co.uk and the Nick Jr. App will feature special Paddington short-form content, activities and games, with the full-length episode will premiere on these services a week before tx.

The Adventures of Paddington is directed by Adam Shaw and Chris Drew of BlueZoo (Go Jetters, Digby Dragon, Miffy, Q Pootle 5), and developed for television and written by Jon Foster and James Lamont (The Amazing World of Gumball, Cuckoo, Paddington 1 & 2).

The series (52 X 11') is executive produced by multi-award-winning David Heyman (producer of all eight of the Harry Potter films, Paddington 1 & 2) and Rosie Alison (Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Paddington 1 & 2).  The Adventures of Paddington is produced by Karen Davidsen (formerly with Disney and HIT Entertainment) and Simon Quinn (Isle of Dogs, Fantastic Mr. Fox), and co-produced by Rob Silva. 

 

 

 

 

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