Paddington Bear comes out with the second season and a third film confirmed
The beloved British bear Paddington is returning for all-new heartwarming adventures, filled with fun for the whole family, with the second season of Nickelodeon's hit CG animated series The Adventures of Paddington. The season premiere has been announced just as confirmed on Varity by Studiocanal, which is working on a third hybrid live-action / CG feature with David Heyman's Heyday Films. (Director Paul King will not be returning; further details of Paddington 3 have yet to be revealed.)
Debut in the US on Friday, February 19 at 20pm (ET / PT) on the Nick Jr. channel, second season (30 half-hour episodes) of The Adventures of Paddington, will continue to follow the always curious and kind Paddington, as he explores different parts of London, meets new friends, discovers exciting inventions and learns important lessons. The second season will be released on Nickelodeon's international channels and branded blocks starting in April.
In the Season XNUMX premiere, “Paddington's Plant Problem / Paddington the Artist,” Mr. Curry goes on vacation and gives Paddington the task of watering a plant for him, but Paddington accidentally waters the wrong one. So Ms Brown wants everyone at Windsor Gardens to express themselves artistically by exhibiting a work of art at her CommunARTy exhibition. Paddington doesn't know what art is, so he sets out to find out what his talent is.
The Adventures of Paddington he tells of the young Paddington bear, as he writes letters to Aunt Lucy, to celebrate the new things he discovered during the day's exciting activities. Actor Ben Whishaw (Paddington 1 and 2) plays the role of the title character, alongside cast members Morwenna Banks, Bobby Beynon, Sheena Bhattessa, Darren Boyd, Noel Clarke, Cam'ron Joseph, Guz Khan, Phyllis Logan, Monica Lopera, Divi Mittal, David Schofield, Reece Shearsmith, Maya Sondhi, Samara Sutariya, Liz Sutherland-Lim and Angeli Wall.
The Adventures of Paddington is a Heyday Films and Studiocanal production in association with Copyrights. The series is directed by BlueZoo's (Go Jetters, Digby Dragon, Miffy, Q Pootle 5) Chris Drew and Jez Hall, with Adam Shaw as creative director. The show is developed for television and written by Jon Foster and James Lamont (The amazing world of Gumball, Cuckoo, Paddington 1 and 2), who also serve as executive producers.
The series is produced by award-winning David Heyman (producer of all eight Harry Potter movie, Paddington 1 and 2) and Rosie Alison (Boy in striped pajamas, Paddington 1 and 2), produced by Karen Davidsen (previously with Disney and HIT Entertainment) and Simon Quinn (Isle of Dogs, great Mr. Fox), and co-produced by Rob Silva. Studiocanal is the worldwide rights holder for the series.