Look! Sprout Coming with Noodle and Doodle

In celebration of the network’s fifth birthday, Sprout, the 24-hour preschool destination available on TV, on demand and online for kids ages 2-5 and their parents and caregivers, will premiere its first-ever, long-form original series Noodle and Doodle on Saturday, September 25 at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Produced by Sprout, this new series (26 x 11′ episodes), featuring arts, crafts and cooking for preschoolers and their families, will debut within the network’s signature, live morning block, The Sunny Side Up Show, which is expanding to include weekends.

Noodle and Doodle will air every Saturday and Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and again at 11:30 a.m. ET.

Hosted by Sean, Sprout’s co-host of The Sunny Side Up Show and master artist, Noodle and Doodle features arts, crafts and healthy recipes inspired by real preschoolers’ experiences.

With his new friends Noodle, a loveable puppet who likes to help in the kitchen, and Doodle, a virtual, electronic friend who lives in a tablet style device, Sean leads real preschoolers and viewers at home to make all kinds of kid-friendly creations.

Sprout viewers will discover healthy recipes and clever crafts that families can create together using materials from around the home, as well as recycled elements from the items used in the actual recipes.

All of the cooking and crafting takes place inside a whimsical double-decker bus where Sean and his helpers demonstrate step-by-step “how to” creations in an engaging, simple way that families can recreate at home.

Also along for the ride is Sean’s dog Doggity, an adorable beagle with the special ability to take viewers into his imaginary, animated world where culinary canines use teamwork to solve problems and cook up treats in their own kitchen.

This segment on Noodle and Doodle is called Doggity’s and was created in conjunction with series creator John McCoy working with the design and animation team of Ka-chew!, a division of Klasky Csupo, the production company behind Rugrats and Wild Thornberrys.

“Noodle and Doodle is the perfect addition to weekends on Sprout as we expand The Sunny Side Up Show – our top performing original program for viewer engagement – to seven days a week,” said Andrew Beecham, senior vice president, programming at Sprout.

He continued: “We are so excited to be debuting this first-ever, long-form original series. This is also the first time that Sprout is making an original program available for international licensing.”

A companion website with sharing galleries, how-to videos, games and more will be available at SproutOnline.com after September 25.

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Rakesh Raman