Nickelodeon Preschool TV to air new 14 episode series of 'Max and Ruby'

MUMBAI: Nickelodeon Preschool Television has announced that they have picked up an all-new, 14-episode season of the 2-D animated preschool series Max and Ruby. In addition, a new Max and Ruby Easter special will premiere on Nick Jr. and Noggin in Spring 2007 to kick off the new season.

Based on the classic children's book series by internationally

acclaimed children's author and illustrator Rosemary Wells, Max & Ruby follows the adventures of two bunny siblings. The show, a co-production from Nelvana/Corus Entertainment, currently airs weekdays on Noggin at 10:30 am (ET), informs an official release.

"We're thrilled to bring more Max and Ruby episodes to Nick Jr. and Noggin," said Nickelodeon Preschool Television executive creative director Brown Johnson. "Preschoolers clearly delight in Max's antics and Ruby's creative persistence. They are a dynamic brother-sister duo."

Each half-hour episode of Max and Ruby consists of three

seven-and-a-half minute stories that celebrate the universal nature of sibling relationships. The series follows Max, an enthusiastic and determined preschool bunny, and his big sister Ruby, a very smart and goal-oriented seven-year-old, through their everyday lives in the village of East Bunnyhop. Even though Max and Ruby have conflicting agendas, they enjoy working and playing together.

The original 26 episodes of the series and the new season of 14 episodes were produced by Nelvana in association with Chorion Silver Lining.

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