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Rabbids TV show to air on Nickelodeon in 2013


2:45 PM on 10.06.2011
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We heard a bit about this earlier, but now it has been confirmed: A new television series based on Ubisoft’s crazy Rabbids has been announced, set to air on Nickelodeon. The television channel has secured global broadcast rights for 26 half-hour episodes of full CG Rabbid goodness. These will air sometime in 2013.

The press release says that "Ubisoft Motion Pictures will work with Ubisoft’s French studios to create a television series every bit as hilarious, unexpected and preposterous as the Rabbids games that fans already know and love."

I will watch it, even with the shameful CG! Rabbids are funny, you know.






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