Bambulka's adventures is Czechoslovakian family 30-parts TV Series from 1982.
Get Ace is an Australian animated television series set to screen on Network Ten on October 2013. The series follows the adventures of Ace McDougal, a nerdy 12 year old school kid who has been fitted with a set of top-secret, ultra high-tech spy braces. He teams up with Hugo, an obnoxious computer hologram that Ace can't operate his newfound braces without. This series is created by Galaxy Pop duo Gian Christian and Dina McPherson, who previously produced Rock It!.
The Chica Show is an American animated television series based on the puppetry segments of The Sunny Side Up Show on PBS Kids Sprout, which features the chicken puppet character Chica in full episodic and animated adventures rather than the traditional continuity of Sunny Side Up. The program premiered on November 24, 2012, with a preview episode airing on October 31, 2012. The program began to air as part of the NBC Kids block on Comcast sister network NBC in February 2013, and is fully compliant with E/I regulations. A second season started on July 29, 2013.
Amy, la niña de la mochila azul is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa in 2004. Starring Danna Paola as Amy, Nora Salinas, Eduardo Capetillo, Pedro Armendáriz Jr. and Tatiana.
Two teams of children answer questions and perform stunts all-the-while getting messy.
Tom appears to be a normal boy, but Tree Fu transforms him into a superhero.
Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration is a special produced forSesame Street’s 25th anniversary. Released in a slightly different form on video as Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years in October 1993, the special was shelved for its broadcast premiere on PBS until 1994, during pledge drive season, and in many markets, aired as part of a marathon block with three show episodes. The special was a companion to the prime-time network special, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!
Masha, it turns out, loves to tell stories! And she tells them, as would any child with creativity, a little in her own way - because children see the world, not as we, adults.