Nickelodeon has acquired the rights to Barbapapa for infants and children worldwide new episodes of children’s television from the seventies. The new series is intended for tv channel Nick Jr. and next year again in the Netherlands.
Barbapapa was in the ’70s and ’80s popular
Barbapapa dating back to the seventies and was created by the French-American couple Annette Tyson and Talus Taylor. The series was broadcast in more than forty countries. It was episodes of five minutes. The end of the seventies was a second season made, and in 1999 was followed by a third season. The Barbapapa’s can take their form in any desired shape, but retain their color. “Huup, huup, Barbatruc”, is a winged statement during gedaantewisselingen.
Nick reveals a new series of episodes in France in 2019 is broadcast, reports Variety. Viacom, the parent company of Nick Jr., the new series broadcast in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Benelux countries and Scandinavia.
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