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FremantleMedia goes hypervynorama on Strange Hill High

FremantleMedia goes hypervynorama on Strange Hill High

FremantleMedia goes hypervynorama on Strange Hill High

The CBBC is working with FremantleMedia Enterprises (that’s FME + CBBC for the initial fans!) on a new comedy series called Strange Hill High. And yes, it’s strange! The show is actually produced in several different kinds of media, a hybrid technique that combines stop-motion animation and puppets with CG. The result is internally dubbed “hypervynorama” which sounds pretty awesome to us. The toon itself is set in an inner-city school named Strange Hill High, appropriately-enough. Three students take it upon themselves to investigate the endless secrets, mysteries, and other worldly events that happen at the school, for a little “Scooby-Doo” vibe.

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