The extraordinary world of Gumball
|Original title: The Amazing World of Gumball
Characters: Gumball Watterson, Darwin Watterson, Anais Watterson, Richard Watterson, Nicole Watterson, Joanna "Jojò" Watterson, Louie Watterson, Frankie Watterson, Grandma yoyo, Grandpa Pacca, Evil Turtle, Banana Joe :, Peanut Fitzgerald (Penny Fitzgerald), Tina Rex, Carrie Krueger, Nuvola (Masami), Terry, Ocho, Tobias Wilson, Molly, Robot (Bobert), Carmen, Balloon, William, Fiore (Leslie), Clayton, Juke, Hector Jotunheim, Sussie, Idaho, Rachel Wilson, Hot Dog, Eggheads, Sarah G. Lato, Jamie, Razor, Pink Bear, Bomb Man, Green Bear, Clare, Jared, Wilson
Production: Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe, Boulder Media Limited
Country: United States, United Kingdom
Year: 3 May 2011
Broadcast in Italy: 2 September 2011
Gender: Comedy / Comedian
duration: 20 minutes
Recommended age: Children from 6 to 12 years old
The show recounts Gumball's daily adventures grappling with school, adolescence and his totally unconventional family. Around them revolve friends, characters out of the ordinary yet very close to the daily imagination of every child. Among the classmates are: a tyrannosaurus rex, a cheerleader peanut and a banana, while a funny monkey is the mischievous director of the school.
Many hilarious adventures of these unpublished episodes, where Gumball and Darwin will try to make friends with a new schoolmate and find themselves involved in a bigger plan than they are, Richard will unleash a crazy race with a delivery boy who had to deliver them the last piece of a puzzle and a shady character will try in every way to delete Gumball from the television schedule ...
Produced in the United Kingdom, at the Cartoon Network EMEA studios in London, the series has become a global hit since its launch in 2010. The show is made with a mixed technique that blends traditional, three-dimensional animation and live action backgrounds. Over the years, the Extraordinary World of Gumball has won numerous international prizes and awards, including 3 BAFTAs.
Cartoon Network is pleased to present its first original series entirely produced in Europe by the Channel Studios:
The extraordinary world of Gumball (original title The Amazing World of Gumball, GB 2010, author Ben Bocquelet, director Mic Graves, executive producer Daniel Lennard). The unpublished cartoon, aimed at children and their families, will air on Cartoon Network worldwide starting this fall. For the Italian public it will be possible to taste a taste of the series in the TV Preview on Tuesday 7 June, at 19.45 pm on Risatoon, with two hilarious episodes of 11 minutes each: the Responsible and the Mystery.
In addition to bringing brilliant humor to the screen, a truly extraordinary world and wonderful characters - worthy of their overseas predecessors such as Cow and Chicken and Lion the Fifone dog or of the first cartoon TV families such as Flintstones and Jetsons - the real peculiarity of the show lies in its original graphics. The cartoon was in fact created by combining traditional animation with that in computer graphics, in an entirely live action setting. The result on the screen is of great impact.
The protagonist of The Extraordinary World of Gumball is a troublemaker blue cat (Gumball). His adventures alternate between the bizarre family environment and the elementary school of the city of Elmore. The show features a myriad of incredible characters. Among others, Gumball's classmates: a Tyrannosaurus Rex, a cheerleader peanut and a banana.
History. The Wattersons are an "absolutely normal" family. Dad Richard is a giant, slightly naive pink rabbit who runs away from all responsibilities, including finding a job. Then there is Mamma Nicole, a blue cat: she is the one who brings the pants into the house. He works in a rainbows factory and is as loving as he is rigid. With parents like that, even their children could only be ... (extra) ordinary. Gumball is an incredibly optimistic cat, but he never learns from his mistakes. Anais is a sweet 4 year old bunny, but despite her age she is cheeky and sarcastic, certainly the most intelligent of the house (even if she is never listened to). Finally, Darwin is a companion fish that has become part of the family and Gumball's best friend since his legs grew. Gumball is facing the "typical" difficulties of every 12 year old boy ... such as being chased by a furious T-Rex, sleeping in the cold and freezing when a robot steals his identity or dressing up as a cheerleader to impress the girl of her dreams.
DARWIN'S DIARY - NEW SERIES ON FIRST ABSOLUTE TV
A brand new series arrives on the channel that fans of Gumball and his family will not be able to miss.
Comes to the first ever TV on Cartoon Network (channel 607 of Sky)
DARWIN'S DIARY, the spin-off of the cult series The extraordinary world of Gumball, which all fans of the most original family there will be able to do without loving. The appointment is from 20 December 2019, at 19.40 pm on Cartoon Network.
From 20 December 2019, at 19.40 pm on Cartoon Network
The show follows Darwin who, sitting at his home computer, is intent on creating the diary of the Elmore school that he and Gumball attend. In each episode Darwin is looking for photos that portray his friends, Banana Joe, Clayton, Carrie, Sarah and Alan to be included in the yearbook. But the feat is not easy at all! So the nice protagonist will browse, thanks to the internet, in the profiles of the other students, watch videos and send his friends numerous numbers to help him complete the task that has been entrusted to him.
Thanks to this spin-off, the young spectators will have the opportunity to get to know the nice Darwin, Gumball's best friend. Born like the home goldfish, over time he has conquered his legs and the ability to live out of the water, becoming a sort of Gumball's younger brother and a full-fledged member of the family. He is naive, sweet and kind, always ready to support Gumball with his optimism when things are not going properly. At his side there will be
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