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Nick Jr. Gets Colorful with ‘Rainbow Rangers’

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Nick Jr. will premiere all-new episodes of Genius Brands International’s animated children’s series “Rainbow Rangers” this fall.

Nickelodeon’s Nick Jr. will premiere all-new episodes of Genius Brands International’s hit animated children’s series “Rainbow Rangers” this fall.

The debut of the new “Rainbow Rangers” will kick off with a Halloween episode on Oct. 11.

A special Halloween-themed episode is planned for the kick-off, with subsequent episodes airing through Nov. 22. 

The premiere coincides with the Walmart retail launch of the “Rainbow Rangers” multi-figure action pack from Mattel’s Fisher-Price.

“In November, we will be heading into our third year of our broadcast partnership with Nick Jr. for this unique series that promotes empowerment, diversity, friendship and adventure,” said Jess Brinder, vice president, international Distribution. “The support from Nick Jr. since the launch of ‘Rainbow Rangers’ in 2018 has been amazing, and the upcoming October premiere dovetails nicely with the launch of our first toy line from Mattel in Walmart stores.”

“Rainbow Rangers” follows the adventures of seven girls who are Earth’s first responders, protecting people, animals, resources, and the natural beauty of our world. The series airs around the world including on Corus Entertainment’s Treehouse (Canada), Televisa and BLIM TV (Mexico), Nine Network  (Australia), CCTV and iQiyi (China), Nickelodeon and NOGGIN (Latin America), Cartoonito (Italy), TV2 (Hungary), NOGA (Israel), Mini Mini (Poland), Canal Panda (Portugal), Discovery Kids (Middle East), and Pikaboo (Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina).

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