The crazy and mischievous Rabbids® will make their UK television debut in Nickelodeon’s CG-animated series Rabbids® Invasion premiering Monday 3rd February at 4:30pm on Nicktoons.
26 half-hour episodes will follow the uncontrollable Rabbids as they invade and wreak havoc on the human world. Communicating only by a crazy-sounding “Bwaaaaaah!” the Rabbids have no understanding of human conventions and are only interested in having fun.
During the premiere, ‘Omelet Party,’ the Rabbids stumble across a farm and become fascinated with the chickens’ ability to lay eggs. Next in ‘Rabbid Mollusk,’ the Rabbids find questionable uses for a starfish and an octopus while disrupting an old man’s attempt to clean windows. The series will air regularly weekdays at 4:30pm only on Nicktoons.
Fans can visit Nicktoons.co.uk/rabbids from the 20th January to access animated gifs, a quiz and play games such as Rabbids Raid, where players must attempt to catch the Rabbids armed only with plungers. The Nick App joins in on the mischievous fun featuring Rabbids-themed surprises in the addictive ‘Do Not Touch’ button, an exclusive game Rabbids Rhythm and access to a seven minute sneak-peak from the 27th January. The Nick App is available free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch or here.
Created and produced by Ubisoft Motion Pictures, this new series brings to television the hysterical physical comedy that is the hallmark of the wildly successful Rabbids video games. Created in 2006, the wacky, mischievous Rabbids have become a global sensation with over 14 million video games sold worldwide and hundreds of licensed products that feature the Rabbids characters. Viral videos starring the Rabbids have attracted more than 71 million views on YouTube. The Rabbids phenomenon currently extends across multiple genres including parodies, videos, illustrations and consumer products.
Available in over 13 million homes, Nicktoons showcases the world’s best comedy animation. Launched in 2002 and part of the Nickelodeon network of channels, Nicktoons broadcasts the very best in funny cartoons to audiences across the UK and Ireland, featuring top shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, T.U.F.F. Puppy, Fairly OddParents and Kung Fu Panda. More information is available at nicktoons.co.uk Nicktoons is available on Sky 606, Virgin 717 and through BT Vision.
The Nickelodeon Network is a top-performing commercial kids TV network in the UK and Ireland with Nickelodeon channels available in over 14 million cable and satellite homes. Having launched in 1993 Nickelodeon UK comprises seven dedicated entertainment channels for kids aged 4-15 and their families, and is a joint venture between Viacom International Media Networks and BskyB.
Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game series, Rayman and Far Cry. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the 2012-13 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,256 million. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.
About Ubisoft Motion Pictures:
Ubisoft Motion Pictures was created in January 2011 to expand the audience of Ubisoft’s successful video game brands by bringing them to film, television and Web series. In addition to the Rabbids Invasion series, Ubisoft Motion Pictures also has three additional feature-length films in development based on the Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell video game franchises and most recently announced that it will be working on films based on the Far Cry, Rabbids and Watch Dogs franchises.
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