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The Wotwots Series 2 Lands On Channel 5’s Milkshake!

The Wotwots Series 2 Lands On Channel 5’s Milkshake!

TX August 2013

Following the success of the first series of The WotWots on Milkshake!, Channel 5 welcomes the adorable SpottyWot and DottyWot back for Series 2 in August, narrated by British broadcasting legend, Nicholas Parsons OBE.

Series 1 of The WotWots has been a solid performer for Milkshake! with 2 million viewers tuning in during 2012*.

Jessica Symons, Head of Children's at Channel 5 comments: “I’m delighted to welcome back The WotWots to Channel 5.  The series is very popular with the Milkshake! audience and I’m sure they can’t wait to see what adventures are next in store for SpottyWot and DottyWot.”

Andrew Smith, Chief Executive at Pukeko Pictures comments: “The WotWots has had a strong ratings history on Milkshake! and we look forward to seeing the same performance when Series 2 lands on Channel 5”

The WotWots is an enchanting pre-school series that follows the adventures of two adorable siblings from outer space, SpottyWot and DottyWot.  This delightful pair of enquiring minds have come to Earth to explore and to marvel at the extraordinary diversity of life on the blue planet.  In Series 2, the alien siblings land on a farm and meet strange and friendly farm animals and also travel to the seashore.   Encouraging the love of all sorts of wonderful creatures, the season celebrates the joy of discovery and the extraordinary diversity of life on the planet. 

The WotWots is produced by Pukeko Pictures.

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