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Russian animated series to be broadcasted in Australia, New Zealand and UK

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Russian animated series to be broadcasted in Australia, New Zealand and UK


13.02.2020

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The characters of the Russian animated series Smeshariki will tell young residents of New Zealand, Australia and the UK about new technologies and innovations. The PinCode series, which is the scientific and educational spin-off of Smeshariki, will be broadcasted in these countries, RIA Novosti reports.

Scientific and technological phenomenon in the cartoon are explained through research and experimentation. The series will also be seen in schools and libraries of digital platforms around the world. The number of views of the project on the YouTube platform has exceeded one billion.

In 2018, the animated project Smeshariki celebrated its anniversary. The first episode was released in 2003. Since then, their first viewers have already grown. More than 70 hours of the series and three full-length films have been created since then. 

The series was translated into thirty languages, and the rights to display full-length cartoons were bought by several dozen countries around the world. The creator of the series is the Computer Animation Studio Petersburg.

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