PBS Welcomes Mack & Moxy
Socially Dynamic Entertainment and Vancouver toon studio Bardel Entertainment produce Mack & Moxy, a new series of specials which will come on PBS stations nationwide on April 1. The show is specifically made to inspire kids ages 3-7. Mack & Moxy is created and executively produced by Brahm Wenger (Disney veteran) and inspired by Dewey Doo-it books by Wenger and Alan Green.
The new series combines puppets, 3D animation and celebrity role models with emotional and social service learning curriculum. It offers a lot of music, humor and fun. Every episode of two 14-minute segments follows Mack, the adorable moose-like lummox and Moxy, the energetic raccoon-fox creature as they discover great ways to teach children about different issues about hunger, literacy, health, safety, wild preservation, STEM education and many more.
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