T Pang Rescue and Kioka are on KidsBeeTV

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Magikbee keeps working on increasing the KidsBeeTV catalog with more kids tv shows. A new deal with the South-Korean studio Pixtrend granted the rights to the Kioka cartoon and the kid-friendly show T Pang Rescue.

About T Pang Rescue

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T Pang Rescue is a comedy cartoon for kids between 5 and 8 years old that takes place in a paper town called ‘Hurly-Burly’. Here, evil cannot prosper.

Whenever there is a disturbance, the T Pang Rescue squad will appear to save the day. TiTi, PangPang, Sheepon and TokTok are our four heroes in this kids tv show, where everything is made out of paper.

TiTi is well-intentioned, but a bit clumsy, and very lickerish, so he usually finds himself in trouble. Fortunately, he can count on his friends, especially PangPang, the dog who can mutate himself into any form – a fire truck, a mail truck, an airplane, anything!

About Kioka Cartoon

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Kioka is a lovely series about friendship and teamwork, aimed at preschoolers.

Kioka, the main cartoon character, is a playful little girl with a big imagination and a magical snow globe.

When she shakes it, her toys come to life and they all fly to an enchanted world where adventures are waiting for them.

There is always someone needing help. Whether that someone just wants to find a missing sock, or is in trouble, trapped inside an ice cube, Kioka and her friends are ready to think of a solution.

You can now discover these kid-friendly 3d animated tv shows on our safe video app KidsBeeTV.

 

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