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Qubo Readies Fall Kids' Programming Slate

A number of new animated and live-action series are set to debut this fall on Qubo in the U.S.The upcoming programming slate will include U.S. premieres of "Vitaminix," "The Mysteries of Alfred Hedgehog," "Willa's Wild Life,"

April 6, 2018

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A number of new animated and live-action series are set to debut this fall on Qubo in the U.S.

The upcoming programming slate will include U.S. premieres of "Vitaminix," "The Mysteries of Alfred Hedgehog," "Willa's Wild Life," "Shelldon," "Pearlie," "Animal Exploration with Jarrod Miller" and "Mighty Machines." In addition, Qubo will be launching a classic weekend block, featuring newly acquired series; "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe," "She-Ra, Princess of Power," "Brave Starr" and "Ghostbusters."

Returning series include "Magic School Bus" and "Turbo Dogs."

"We continue our commitment to provide good, fun and entertaining programming on Qubo, where kids and families will always be able to find something to laugh and learn about at the same time," says Marc Zand, executive vice president of digital networks at Ion Media Networks. "We have a great lineup coming up which combines beloved family favorites, classic animation and the U.S. premieres of some of the highest quality kids programming in the world."

Qubo was formed in 2006 in partnership between Ion Media Networks, Scholastic, NBC Universal and Corus Entertainment.

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