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Looking Ahead


Ninja Moves


Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, an original Disney EMEA production commissioned by Disney’s London-based production hub, premiered on Disney XD in November last year.


The series follows the fast-paced adventures of unlikely hero Randy Cunningham who, armed with his magic demon fi bre ninja suit, the teachings of the ‘Ninjanomicon’ (an 800 year old Ninja-ing guide for dummies) and his best buddy Howard, fi nds himself as the one thing protecting his school and the world from certain destruction!


Each episode follows Randy Cunningham and his best buddy Howard as they navigate everyday teenage life at Norrisville High, while taking on monsters, madmen and an evil 800 year old Sorcerer imprisoned beneath their school. Randy Cunningham is the latest in a long line of fearless ninjas who must protect his school and neighbourhood from these evil forces at the most crucial time ever! And in the meantime, he and Howard still need to get to science class!


Monstrous Success


Who says Monsters can’t be cute? Well Disney will prove that they can be with the launch of a brand new original 3D animation for preschoolers, Henry Hugglemonster, which will premiere on Disney Junior on 8th February. The series follows the adventures


of fun-loving, fi ve-year-old Henry Hugglemonster, the middle child in a happy, close-knit monster family – The Hugglemonsters of Roarsville. Henry Hugglemonster is a preschoolers’


‘guide to life’ monster-style. Each 11 minute episode transports preschoolers


through the ups and downs of Henry’s life as part of a loving, bustling monster family. Enthusiastic Henry talks directly to viewers, sharing his thoughts and feelings as well as the lessons he learns – from saving the monster kids’ Halloween piñata to helping his sister Summer realise that her voice is lovely just the way it is! Henry’s exuberant family are: laid


back, inventor, big brother Cobby, loving parents Daddo and Momma, extrovert, slightly-older sister Summer, baby brother Ivor and Nan-Oh and Grando Hugglemonster. Not forgetting his best friend Denzel Dugglewug and all the other species of monster families of Roarsville!


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Like all Disney Junior programming, Henry Hugglemonster is guided by an established curriculum that nurtures key areas of child development. The series focuses on social and emotional themes and affi rms simple, everyday life lessons and positive family and community relationships.


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