Lucas the Spider Cartoonito series on Cartoon Network


Are you a fan of Lucas the spider? We watched his mini-videos and LOVE IT. When I heard that our favorite baby spider was going to be launching his own Cartoonito show on Cartoon Network, I had to share!

Lucas the spider

Saturday / Sunday (6 a.m. – 8 a.m. ET / PT)

Lucas the Spider is a new CGI animated show premiering on September 18 and is based on viral YouTube videos that follow the adventures of an endearing young spider, as he and his friends attempt to navigate the great world around them.

With Lucas the Spider, WarnerMedia Kids & Family will launch additional Cartoonito preschool shows on Monday, September 13 on HBO Max and Cartoon Network.

Cartoonito on Cartoon Network will be available Monday through Friday (6:00 am to 2:00 pm ET / PT) and will include the new series Bing, Mush-Mush & The Mushables and Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go ™. Preschoolers.


Produced by Acamar Films, in association with Brown Bag Films, Bing is a new show celebrating the joyful and messy reality of preschool life and finds the big stories in the little moments. Bing is a lovable and genuine preschooler who lives a lot in the present moment. Every moment brings new experiences for Bing, which often lead to a temporary bump, spill, or disappointment. Alongside Bing, through it all, is Flop, whose patience and encouragement help Bing, and his audience, experience and learn life’s unpredictable moments.

Mush-Mush & Les Mushables

Produced by La Cabane in France and Thuristar in Belgium in co-production with CAKE, Mush-Mush & The Mushables is a new show that follows the endearing community of Mushable as they embark on a journey to put fun back into fun-gi ! As pocket guardians of the forest, growing up isn’t always easy, but together each day shines as bright as the last. The show is created by Elfriede de Rooster and directed by Joeri Christiaen.

Thomas & Friends All Engines Go

From Mattel Television, Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go invites all preschoolers on board and follows the world’s number one Tank Engine and his friends on their silliest and most musical adventures yet. Produced in vibrant 2D animation in partnership with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Studio, the new show features a core cast of five Young Engines – Thomas, his best friend Percy, rival Diesel, world traveler adventurer Nia and an all-new electric motor. high speed train, Kana.

Cartoonito’s weekday lineup on Cartoon Network will also include Baby Looney Tunes, Caillou and Pocoyo, with Care Bears: Unlock the Magic and Love Monster joining the weekend lineup.

All of Cartoonito’s shows will have a program designed by an expert in early childhood education designed to emphasize one of the four pillars of human-centered learning: creativity, caring, curiosity and courage.

Lucas the Spider explores his world to encourage curiosity, and other shows will help preschoolers model their strengths to become the best version of themselves and interact well with others.

On HBO Max, Cartoonito’s lineup will be presented as a dedicated page featuring a collection of new preschool shows, including Little Ellen and the second season of The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo, along with other must-haves. , Esme & Roy, Sesame Street and more.

Cartoonito strives to be a space where toddlers are free to be themselves, to let their creativity flourish and to become caring members of the community. This new approach to preschool programming is guided by Cartoonito’s exclusive humancentric learning framework developed in partnership with educational psychologist Dr Laura Brown, which aims to help children develop their unique potential and encourage them to treat others with compassion. , respect and fairness.

Cartoonito also offers a variety of resources to help parents and caregivers understand each show’s schedule and extend learning off-screen. All shows will feature a visible learning badge, a short sentence, and an icon describing the human-centered learning goals that the show teaches.

Cartoonito’s parenting website will include additional information about the program and additional learning activities that children and adults can play together to reinforce learning.

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