Galli Galli Sim Sim on Cartoon Network and Pogo from 4 October

MUMBAI: Galli Galli Sim Sim, the children‘s television show, is back with an all new season on leading kids‘ channels - Cartoon Network and Pogo.

Beginning 4 October, the new season features a whole lot of new stories and adventures that would help children learn the importance of getting along, caring for their environment and habitat, taking care of their health, new words and much more.
The series will be telecast every Monday to Friday at 8 am on Cartoon Network and at 8.30 am on Pogo.

Talking on the TV series, Turner International India Vice President and Deputy General Manager - Entertainment Networks, South Asia, Monica Tata says, "Going beyond TV entertainment, the Galli Galli Sim Sim series underscores our commitment and leverages our powerful platforms, Cartoon Network and Pogo to encourage kids across India to exercise their basic right to education. We are delighted and proud to present season 5 of this happy, informative, engaging series." 
This season sees Chamki and Googly dealing with sadness about a friend who has gone away or times when the grown-ups are too busy to spend time with them. Boombah gets homesick for his mother‘s delicious fresh salad and Grover tries to show Toto how to make new friends.
Amidst all these are numerous adventures, including lost keys on the beach, talking trees and frogs, missing bees and sheep, planes made out of air, nodding dinosaurs and even a shrinking Muppet!
Galli Galli Sim Sim is watched by 11 million children every year of which more than half follow the show throughout the year.

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