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Tickety Toc
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GenrePreschool education
Comedy
Created byGil Hoon Jung
Theme music composerMr Miller & Mr Porter
Opening themeTickety Toc
Ending themeTickety Toc (Instrumental)
Country of originUnited States
United Kingdom
South Korea
Original languagesEnglish
Korean
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes39[1] (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producersNigel Pickard
Vanessa Hill
ProducerKarina Stanford-Smith
Running time11 minutes
Production companiesThe Foundation
FunnyFlux Entertainment
DistributorZodiak Kids
Release
Original networkEBS (Korea)
Nickelodeon/Nick Jr. (US)
Picture formatWidescreen
Audio formatSurround
First shown inAsia
Original releaseApril 19, 2012 (2012-04-19) –
September 2, 2015 (2015-09-02)
Chronology
Followed byZack & Quack
External links
Website

Tickety Toc is an interactive children's computer-animated television series produced by The Foundation, part of Zodiak Media and FunnyFlux Entertainment.[2] The first series consists of 52 episodes, each 11 minutes long, but is often shown as twenty-six blocks, each containing two episodes.[3]

The first series was acquired by Nick Jr. as part of a global deal. The series premiered in Asia on 19 April 2012 and was subsequently rolled out internationally with localised dubs. Tickety Toc aired for the first time on British TV on 23 April 2012,[4][full citation needed] and became the number 1 daytime show on Nick Jr. in the United States[5][full citation needed] for the first three months when it launched 10 September 2012.[6] In addition to the Nick Jr. global acquisition, the show has been sold to free-to-air television partners internationally. Launching on Channel 5's Milkshake slot 1 November 2012, other broadcasters who have picked up the 52-episode series include TG4 in Ireland and Family Channel in Canada. Jolly Roger or Amusement Rides LTD made a Pufferty kiddie ride, featuring the heroes Tommy and Tallulah. It features a mirror so you can see yourself on Pufferty, the Tickety Toc theme tune and 4 funny sound effects.

The show centres around the Tickety Toc Clock, which is located in the middle of a wall of clocks inside an old clock shop. The clock chimes the time every hour, but it's not as easy as it seems. Behind the clock's face is an extraordinary world where things don't always run smoothly. The show's main characters Tommy and Tallulah, who race against time to keep Tickety Toc Clock ticking and chiming the time. The siblings do everything with enthusiasm, commitment and positivity even if it gets them further into trouble. Among the characters who live in the clock's fantastical world are Pufferty, an anthropomorphic train and a dog hybrid that helps the citizens of Tickety Town get around, jaguar maintenance man McCoggins, rabbit Hopparoo, chef/baker cow Madame Au Lait, bat boss Battersby, green and orange chicken Chickadee and gardener snail Lopsiloo.

In the United States, Tickety Toc originally aired on Nickelodeon's preschool block Nick Jr., but was later burned off to Nick Jr. on weekdays.

Merchandise

Zodiak Rights, the Consumer Products Licensing division of the Zodiak Media Group would be launching merchandise; including toys, books, games and clothing internationally starting in fall 2013.[7] Vivid Imaginations and Just Play were the master toy partners for Tickety Toc globally.[8] International licensing agents represented Tickety Toc in the following countries:

  • United States – Established Brands
  • Canada – Studio Licensing
  • France – Zodiak Kids, Paris
  • Australia – Fusion
  • Benelux – J & M Brands

References

  1. ^ "Tickety Toc – Episode Guide". TV Guide.
  2. ^ Zahed, Ramin (September 6, 2012). "Nick U.S. Finds Times for Zodiak's 'Tickety Toc'". Animation Magazine.
  3. ^ Holtz, Allan (2012). American Newspaper Comics: An Encyclopedic Reference Guide. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. p. 64. ISBN 9780472117567.
  4. ^ BARB, C&S homes, K4–15, Nick Jr., April 2012.
  5. ^ Nielsen Oct-Nov '12
  6. ^ "New Nickelodeon Preschool Series "Tickety Toc" Launches Sept. 10". Cartoon Brew. September 6, 2012.
  7. ^ http://www.licensing.biz/news/10574/Tickety-Toc-licensing-roster-swells-further[dead link]
  8. ^ "More licensees for preschool series Tickety Toc". Kidscreen. January 15, 2013.

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