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Sprout Acquires TV PinGuim’s Earth to Luna!

Preschool network Sprout has recently acquired a new animated series from Brazilian studio TV PinGuim. Titled “Earth to Luna!,” the new series is science-oriented and will be airing exclusively in the US via Sprout on August 16, 2014.

Earth to Luna! Focuses on a precocious 6 year old girl named Luna, who is very passionate about science. The titular girl considers the Earth as a giant laboratory where she can learn so much and experience new things along with her little brother Jupiter, and pet ferret Clive. Together, the trio will get to the bottom of various scientific mysteries using only their creativity and innate curiosity.


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