HBO Max & Cartoon Network Order More ‘Care Bears: Unlock The Magic’ For Cartoonito

More Care Bears: Unlock the Magic is on the way. hbo max And cartoon Network Has flagged off six new 22-minute Care Bears: Unlock the Magic Exclusive to Cartoonito Preschool Block. Presently production is going on. Additionally, Season 1 of the 2D animated series (48 11-minute regular episodes and two 22-minute specials) has been extended to early 2027 for linear and streaming platforms.

Produced by cloudco entertainment, Care Bears: Unlock the Magic Follows Cheer Bear, Grumpy Bear, Good Luck Bear, Funshine Bear, and Share Bear and many others as they embark on a new adventure from Care-a-Lot to Silver Lining, a beautiful alien world filled with waffles A group lives. The innocently happy creatures that plant the seeds for the magical land of Care-a-Lot to thrive. Throughout the series, the Care Bears use their belly badge powers to spread messages of sharing, caring, friendship and courage as well as lots of laughs.

Each new special will be tied to a larger “mini-movie” moment or theme that raises the stakes for the Care Bears and their compatriots in and around Care-a-Lot. Just like in Season 1, the specials will align with Cartoonito’s Humancentric Learning Framework, an educational philosophy that helps young viewers become the best versions of themselves by teaching preschoolers about kindness and friendship.

“Speaking to everyone at Care-a-Lot, we are excited to bring more joy, the magic, the thrill, and the discovery of Care Bears: Unlock the Magic — as well as the occasional ‘Care Bear Stare’ — with these new specials for HBO Max and Cartoon Network,” said Sean Gorman, Cloudco Entertainment, president.

season 1 of Care Bears: Unlock the Magic The series is also available in the UK (Tiny Pop and Sky-TV), Canada (Wildbrain Family Channel and Family Junior), France (Tiji and Gulli), Switzerland (RTS), Israel (Hop!), Brazil (Globe). Mexico (Televisa), Spanish Pan-LatM (Noggin), Australia (Channel 9), South Africa (ETV), Middle East (E-Vision and E Junior), Portugal (Canal Junior, Panda), China (CCTV 14) Future Worldwide broadcaster works with.