Poochini – The 2000 animated series

Poochini – The 2000 animated series



Poochini (also known as Poochini's Yard) is a short animated television series that originally premiered worldwide on February 2, 2000, but did not air in the United States until September 7, 2002. The series follows the life of a dog Black-eared gray mutt named Poochini who runs away from home after the death of his wealthy owner, is captured from the pound and adopted by an average American family.

Despite being created and co-produced by San Francisco-based entertainment company Wild Brain, Poochini was not broadcast in the United States for over two years after its production. Co-produced and distributed internationally by Munich-based media group EM.TV and distributed by The Television Syndication Company for syndication in the United States, Poochini is based on the award-winning pilot short film titled A Dog Cartoon (1999).

Poochini only made 26 episodes, with the last one airing in the United States on March 1, 2003. The series aired in syndication, on the WB 100+ group of stations in the United States, on Teletoon in Canada, Nickelodeon in America Latina, ITV1 (CITV) in the United Kingdom, TG4 (Cúla4) in Ireland, Télétoon+ (formerly Télétoon) and TF1 (TF! Jeunesse) in France, Junior and ProSieben in Germany, M-Net (KT.V.) in Africa, Disney Channel and Boomerang in Asia, MBC 3 in the Middle East, Arutz HaYeladim in Israel, Dubai TV in the United Arab Emirates, IRIB TV2 in Iran, Cartoon Network India and Cartoon Network Pakistan in South Asia, CCTV-14, Dragon Club and Shanghai Toonmax Cartoon TV in China, Nickelodeon Australia & New Zealand in Oceania, Seven Network in Australia and TVNZ in New Zealand and ANTV in Indonesia.

The animated series was directed by Dave Marshall and Dave Thomas. The series was one of the final projects of backdrop artist Maurice Noble, who is credited as a design and color consultant. I hope you found this information interesting. It has been a very popular series in many parts of the world.

Poochini (also known as Poochini's Yard) is an animated television series that began airing worldwide beginning on February 2, 2000, but did not air in the United States until September 7, 2002. The series follows the life of a dog a gray mixed breed with black ears named Poochini, who runs away from home after the death of his rich owner, is captured by the shelter and is adopted by an average American family.

Despite being created and co-produced by San Francisco-based entertainment company Wild Brain, Poochini was not broadcast in the United States for over two years after its production. Co-produced and distributed internationally by Munich-based media group EM.TV and distributed by The Television Syndication Company for syndication in the United States, Poochini is based on the award-winning pilot short film A Dog Cartoon (1999). Poochini only produced 26 episodes, with the last one airing in the United States on March 1, 2003.

The series aired in syndication, on The WB 100+ Station Group in the United States, on Teletoon in Canada, on Nickelodeon in Latin America, on ITV1 (CITV) in the United Kingdom, on TG4 (Cúla4) in Ireland, on Télétoon+ ( ex Télétoon) and on TF1 (TF! Jeunesse) in France, on Junior and ProSieben in Germany, on M-Net (KT.V.) in Africa, on Disney Channel and Boomerang in Asia, on MBC 3 in the Middle East, on Arutz HaYeladim in Israel, on Dubai TV in the United Arab Emirates, on IRIB TV2 in Iran, on Cartoon Network India and Cartoon Network Pakistan in South Asia, on CCTV-14, Dragon Club and Shanghai Toonmax Cartoon TV in China, on Nickelodeon Australia & New Zealand in Oceania, on the Seven Network in Australia and on TVNZ in New Zealand and ANTV in Indonesia. 


Source: wikipedia.com

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