K9 Adventures Information

By Mark
K9 Adventues has been confirmed and a press release has been released about it, here it is;
K9 Adventures Running time: 26 x 30 minutes
The loveable BBC TV robot dog created by Academy Award winner Bob Baker (Wallace and Gromit - The Wrong Trousers) is brought to the screen in a series of new adventures in space developed with Jetix Kids. A mix of live action and state-of-the-art CGI and with scripts by Darrell Vickers and Andrew Nicholls (W.I.T.C.H), K-9 is sophisticated, funny and adult in a way that relates to younger viewers, as well as speaking to family audiences. Currently in pre-production with delivery targeted at July 2008.

Broadcast magazine states that K9 Adventures will begin filming later this year with the overall product airing July 2008.

Thanks To Bad Wolf from Bad Wolf PR for all the information above.

Here is a little more information (Thanks to Wikipedia) on K9 Adventures;

K-9 Adventures is a forthcoming 26-part comedy/adventure series focusing on the adventures of the robot dog K-9, done in a mixture of computer animation and live action.
Each episode of K-9 Adventures will be 30 minutes long, made by Jetix Europe and London-based distribution outfit Park Entertainment.

The programme will be set in outer space, and Jetix is planning a range of interactive toys to accompany the series. A promotional blurb on Park Entertainment's website says that the main setting will be the Platte, "an old Prairie-class spacecraft" once used for asteroid colonisation. In addition to K-9, the characters will include Slocum, a thirty something "space gypsy" and Djinn, "an overactive computer module in the shape of an attractive young woman".

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  1. gaz_dwsja 25 June 2007 at 15:08
    This is rubbish it's not really K-9!

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