"Counting with Paula"
Singapore’s national public broadcaster MediaCorp has re-commissioned 20 additional episodes of Omens Studios' hit preschool series "Leo the Wildlife Ranger" (126x 11’) and a further 40 episodes of "Counting with Paula" (340 x 11’).
Chi Sim Tang, CEO of Omens Studios, said: “Both 'Counting with Paula' and 'Leo the Wildlife Ranger' continue to grow internationally, with fans now across the world keen to see what the characters get up to next. We are delighted to be working with MediaCorp again to bring brand-new content and for our Singapore based audiences to see the new fun filled episodes of 'Leo the Wildlife Ranger' very soon!”
Leo the Wildlife Ranger’s 20 new episodes will air on MediaCorp’s oktoblock on Channel 5 in the last quarter of 2022. The first season has sold in over 50 countries globally, and the second season of the adventure series won Best Preschool Program at the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2021 (Country) and the Silver Award for Television Series at the2021 Telly Awards.
The series aims to encourage knowledge and appreciation of wildlife and nature and to develop eco-awareness in young children. Aimed at 3–6-year-olds, the show features Junior Rangers Leo and Katie and their loyal canine companion Hero, on their quest to learn more about the beautiful animals and plants that surround us on this planet.
"Counting with Paula", aimed at children aged 3-6,is available in English, Chinese, Spanish and Russian and has had international success, currently being available in over 50 territories. The new season seven is also set to air on MediaCorp’s okto block on Channel 5 in February 2023.
"Counting with Paula" follows six-year-old Paula and her friends making learning about numeracy, literacy and social development skills fun, easy and entertaining. The series features Paula along with friends - Tim, Billy, Chalkie, Calc and the Numbers as they go on exciting adventures to colourful and exotic places, where they solve problems and make new friends. The hit series combines the best in entertainment and education, drawing on curricula from Singapore’s Ministry of Education and the US’ Common Core for K-5.