This coming September 7, BBC’s Cbeebies will be premiering a new hybrid live action/CG hybrid series titled Messy Goes to Okido. The show is based on the popular kids’ arts and science magazine OKIDO and will feature comedic and educational episodes that showcase a bunch of inquisitive, lovable monsters.
Messy Goes to Okido is targeted towards preschoolers and was produced in Squint/Opera’s Battersea studios in London, under the direction of BAFTA winner Liz Whitaker (Bob the Builder, Pingu, Timmy Time).
The Official Synopsis:
Messy Monster finds the answers to everything a 2-5 year old child would want to know, with his best friends Zoe and Felix. Each episode sees Messy Monster pose a question in the real world and then magically travel to the extraordinary, fictional world of Okido, where he finds the answers to his questions. Why do things fall down and not up? Where do echoes come from? The brave trio fly to the moon, shrink to the size of atoms and ride on the backs of giant butterflies! The show brings science to life using stories, comedy and adventure.