New Winterrific Chuggington DVD, “Icy Escapades”

The mailman delivered our new copy of Chugginton – The boys could not wait to rip off the plastic and watch!   The Icy Escapades of the Chugginton crew were so very exciting for them.  Super Cute!

‘ICY ESCAPADES’ TO BRING
WINTERRIFIC ADVENTURES TO CHUGGINGTON FANS EVERYWHERE

 

Newest DVD Release from Anchor Bay Entertainment Delivers Frosty Fun to Preschoolers Nationwide – October 30, 2012

 

Beverly Hills, CA – Next stop, a Chuggington winter wonderland!  Families’ favorite trainees come home for the holidays in “Icy Escapades,” the latest Chuggington DVD release from Anchor Bay Entertainment.  Featuring a “flurry” of warm and wonderful episodes from the award-winning TV series, the all-new compilation will delight fans of all ages when it rides the rails into retail stores nationwide on October 30, 2012 – just in time to stuff stockings and make young spirits bright!

 

“We’re thrilled to help families celebrate the season together – Chuggington-style! – with this latest release,” said Erin Carter, Executive Director of Brand Marketing, Anchor Bay Entertainment.  “Filled with winter-themed fun and important life lessons, ‘Icy Escapades’ is sure to be a hit with families at the holidays and all year long.”

 

In this traintastic new collection of winter adventures, the crew takes to the tracks as snow and ice cover Chuggington.  When the rails become frozen, it’s up to Wilson, Koko and Brewster to keep the town moving and save the day.  With help from their fellow Chuggers, the trainees learn how to make brr-ave rescue missions, dig their way out of snow drifts and even take to the skies when the wintery winds lift Hodge from the rails!  Young viewers will share in all the winter-focused fun, while they learn important lessons about teamwork and problem-solving in the DVD’s six seasonal standout episodes, including “Chilly Chuggers,” “Snowstruck Wilson,” “Wilson’s Icy Escapade,” “Heave-Ho Harrison,” “Hodge Sails Away” and “Rolling Reporter Wilson.”

 

A colorful and contemporary CGI-animated TV show from Ludorum that reinforces early social readiness skills, “Chuggington” airs weekdays on Disney Channel’s Disney Junior programming block for kids ages 2-7, and daily on the new 24-hour Disney Junior cable and satellite channel.  The series is currently in its third season.

 

Chuggington” has become a global sensation since its debut in September 2008 in the U.K.  The show has been licensed to more than 175 territories worldwide and has established ratings records in several key international markets, including the U.K., Germany, France and Australia.  The series made its stateside debut in January 2010.

 

About “Chuggington

Chuggington is a CGI-animated series that follows the adventures of Wilson, Brewster and Koko, trainee engines, each with their own unique personality and learning style.  The series is set in a world much like our own with cities, villages and diverse cultures and geography.  Entertainment and enjoyment are at the heart of Chuggington, but embedded within each story are important educational and developmental messages centered on learning and social-emotional development. Chuggington is directed by Sarah Ball, who won a BAFTA award for her work as a director and writer of Bob the Builder™.  Further information is available at www.chuggington.com.

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About Anchor Bay Entertainment

Anchor Bay Entertainment is the home entertainment division of Starz Media, LLC. It includes the Anchor Bay Films and Manga Entertainment brands. It distributes feature films, children’s entertainment, fitness, TV series, documentaries, anime and other filmed entertainment on DVD and Blu-ray formats. Headquartered in Beverly Hills, CA, Anchor Bay Entertainment has offices in Troy, MI, as well as Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Starz Media (www.starzmedia.com) is an operating unit of Starz, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation.

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