Originally created in 1977 by Aardman Animations, "Morph" first appeared on the BBC Children’s art program "Take Hart" alongside the artist and presenter Tony Hart.
"Both Morph and I are equally delighted that his latest adventures are back on the BBC," says Peter Lord, co-founder and co-creator, Morph, Aardman. "Although he's been away for a while, I'm delighted to report that he's as lively and full-of-fun as ever–and rather more youthful than his creators. It's fantastic to see him back in his rightful home."
The rebooted series launched last summer on YouTube after a successful Kickstarter campaign raised more than £110,000 to fund 15 new 1-minute episodes.
Staying true to the original format, the CBBC's new episodes are shot using clay and traditional stop-frame animation at Morph’s original home–the Aardman studios in Bristol.
“CBBC are delighted that
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