Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom

via press release:

NICK JR. TAKES PRESCHOOLERS TO AN ENCHANTED LAND IN THE NEW ANIMATED SERIES BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM,

PREMIERING MONDAY, OCT. 5

 

U.S Debut for International Award-winning Series from the Creators of Peppa Pig

NEW YORK – Sept. 29, 2015 – Preschoolers will journey to an enchanted land filled with fairies, elves and magical mishaps in the new animated series, Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, premiering Monday, Oct. 5, at 6:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on the Nick Jr. channel. The launch marks the U.S. broadcast debut for Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, an International Emmy Kids Award-winning series created by Astley Baker Davies, the acclaimed British animation studio behind the popular Peppa Pig

 

Nick Jr. has acquired seasons one and two (52 episodes) of Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom and will continue to roll out new episodes this fall.  The series currently airs in over 130 countries worldwide, including Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels across the UK, Flanders, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Poland, Russia, Mexico and Brazil.   

 

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom follows the adventures of Holly, a young fairy princess whose magic often goes awry, and her best friend Ben Elf, who lacks magical powers but is extremely handy. They live in the Little Kingdom, a tiny land where flowers and grass rise above the tallest towers. Together, Ben and Holly go on exciting adventures with their friends and work together to fix magical mistakes.

 

The series premiere of Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom will be available unlocked on NickJr.com and the Nick Jr. App beginning Tues, Oct. 6, along with short-form content from the show. 

 

Nick Jr., the 24-hour network from Nickelodeon dedicated to preschoolers and moms, currently reaches almost 75 million households via cable, digital cable and satellite TV. For more information or artwork, visit www.nickpress.com. Nick Jr. and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

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