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Canimals heads to France, from BRB, Aardman, and Vooz

Canimals heads to France, from BRB, Aardman, and Vooz

Canimals heads to France, from BRB, Aardman, and Vooz

When a group of animated critters get together on various adventures, especially those that interact with the real world, seems like a lot can go wrong. But “can” is a very key phrase here … especially when the critters are can-shaped, themselves. That’s the premise of Canimals, a new toon courtesy of BRB International, Aardman, and Vooz Club. The 3D and CG series will step into the real world this October on Canal+ Family and France’s Teletoon. In the show, characters like Ato, Mini, Uly, Fizzy, Nia and others spend their time trying to unravel the world of humans – always quick to hide away when one approaches.


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