Planeta Junior gives away over 20 children’s animated series
The leading European children’s and family entertainment company provides families with extra episodes and content to lighten the lock down
Planeta Junior is making over 20 animated series for children available for all ages and all tastes via YouTube, to lighten the lockdown for families with children. The company has itself produced over 350 hours’ audiovisual content.
This offer will allow the younger members of the family to follow the adventures of the Gormiti warriors, to have fun with Pucca, to sing along with Baby Heidi and to learn the classic values loved by their parents in Heidi, Maya the Bee and Marco.
The Gormiti YouTube channel is available in five languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian and Greek) and allows families to access several episodes of the series along with exclusive content, such as Gormiti battles, highlights, hero values, new powers, lords evolutions, series summaries, funny clips and much more.
Planeta Junior is also offering the entire first two series of Pucca (78 and 39 episodes respectively), as well as exclusive content on the series’ YouTube channel which is available in five languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian and Polish).
Baby Heidi, the adaptation of the classic story for the youngest members of the family, has a musical YouTube channel that features classic songs including The Wheels on the Bus, Tommy Finger, and One Elephant… These songs are available in five languages: Spanish, English, Italian, Greek and Catalan.
The Planeta Junior YouTube channel for pre-schoolers features series including Baby Heidi, the new and classic versions of Heidi and Maya the Bee, Anne of Green Gables, Taotao, Vicky the Viking, Dog of Flanders, The Wonderful Adventures of Nils and many more. The Planeta Kidz channel for 5-8 year olds is where families will find series inlcuding Gormiti, Tashi, The World of Tosh, Egyxos, Pucca and more. Both channels are available in Spanish.
This Planeta Junior initiative complements its earlier #StayAtHome global campaign in which iconic Gormiti and Pucca characters raised children’s’ awareness about COVID-19 providing valuable information and entertainment for the lockdown.