POGO to take kids on a new adventure with Peter Pan

National, August, 2013: This season, POGO, kids leading entertainment channel, is all set to take kids on an exciting new quest to the famous land of Neverland with Peter Pan and his friends. Reprising the popular story, POGO will be launching The New Adventures of PeterPan animated series from 03 August 2013 and will air the show every Saturday and Sunday at 5pm henceforth.

The New Adventures of Peter Pan (4)A mischievous boy who can fly and who never ages, Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland with his best friend Tinker Bell and his gang called the Lost Boys, interacting with mermaids, fairies, and constantly engaging in tiffs with the notorious pirate, Captain Hook. Right from saving his friends from dangers, to organizing fun treasure hunts, to exciting Christmas celebrations, to sketching out ways of over-coming Global warming, The New Adventures of Peter Pan promises to take its viewers on an entertaining journey that will display a perfect combination of friendship, trust, adventure, thrill and humour.

By constantly enhancing its portfolio with shows such as Chhota Bheem, Mighty Raju, Mr. Bean, Pokémon, M.A.D. and, now, The New Adventures of Peter Pan, POGO aims to provide its viewers with funand engaging entertainment.

The New Adventures of Peter Pan premieres on 03 August 2013and airs every Saturday and Sunday at 5pm only POGO.

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