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Cupcake Digital Unveils Another Magical Experience with Wubbzys Magic School Enhanced Story App

The last airing on Nickelodeon was on December 20, 2010. Reruns aired on the separate sister channel, Nick Jr. from 2009 to 2014, when Nickelodeon’s broadcast rights in the United States expired. All mentions of the show were completely removed from the Nick Jr. website. Since that time, Starz Media has been the only worldwide distributor. Two seasons were produced, totaling 52 episodes . Starz Media owns and distributes the series, and select episodes were aired on the Starz Kids & Family channel.

Wubbzy stays up late watching scary movies and believes he sees the monsters from the movies in real life./Walden waits for the last leaf from the Figgity-Fig tree to fall. When Wubbzy and Widget come back they find Walden taking is nap. When the leaf falls Wubbzy wow lucid nightmare and Widget try to catch it before Walden wakes up. Starz currently holds most distribution rights. Nickelodeon had aired the series from August 21, 2006, to February 21, 2010, and in Canada, Treehouse TV had aired episodes before moving to Playhouse Disney .

Wubbzy enters a Floaty Boats contest, but he builds his boat too quickly and it falls apart. / Wubbzy and his friends learn magic tricks from Moo-Moo, but some of the tricks are really difficult. Is an American children’s educational Flash animated television series created by Bob Boyle. The series was produced by Bolder Media and Starz Media in association with Film Roman, and it was animated by Bardel Entertainment using both Toon Boom and Adobe Flash software. Boyle submitted his original concept as a book to Frederator Studios, the lead creative partner in Bolder Media. After more than 6000 children’s book concepts were reviewed, his submission was selected for development into an animated series for preschoolers.

Bob Boyle, Susan Miller, Mark Warner, and Fred Seibert served as executive producers. Bolder Media, Inc. is a joint venture formed by veteran producers Susan Miller and Fred Seibert for the development of books, television series, movies and digital media for young boys and girls. Is produced in association with Starz Media, LLC’s Film Roman Animation Studio. We have been very busy enhancing our ability to build dynamic story app experiences layered with educator-vetted learning activities.

This episode doesn’t appear to be available from any streaming services. Add this show to your Watchlist to get notified when new episodes are available. Starz’s now-defunct subsidiary, Anchor Bay Entertainment has released 21 DVD compilations, the first of which was released on September 23, 2008.