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Four TV channels start broadcasting new edutainment animated 2D series “Tommy the Little Dragon” in the beginning of December this year.

29.11.2017

Four TV channels start broadcasting new edutainment animated 2D series “Tommy the Little Dragon” in the beginning of December this year. The series is based on the idea of a famous writer, scriptwriter and producer Oleg Roy.

 

“Tommy the Little Dragon” is a story of a panda family, who unexpectedly find a new friend – a live toy dragon, whose name is Tommy. Panda - parents don’t even suspect they’ve got a new family member, but little pandas – a five-year-old Nyasha and a three-year-old Yasha- can’t live a single day without him. Tommy the Little Dragon and his assistant, little Toyroy, can turn any boring day into an exciting adventure and give answers to the questions of little “whyers”.

The series is targeted for preschoolers, ages 2 – 5, and it creates a comfortable playground for kids where through magical, but educational adventures they will be developing their social, intellectual and abstract thinking skills.

 

On December 3, 9:22 am the series was premiered on channel “Mama”, on December 4 the series was aired on channels “MULT” and “Tlum HD”, on December 9, 7:30 pm the series will be aired on channel “Carousel”.

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