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Gogo Bus Seasons 3 & 4 Set to Bow in China


China’s Winsing Animation has unveiled the third and fourth seasons of its new animated series Gogo Bus.

The first season of the 3D-animated series launched in July. The stories of seasons three and four continue the adventures of the children in a beautiful coastal town, learning and playing in Sunshine Forest Kindergarten.

To keep the children safe, the kindergarten owner builds the world’s first artificial-intelligence school bus, named Gordon. Whenever the children have problems, Gordon transforms into different vehicles—such as a fire engine, an ambulance, a police car, an aircraft or a salvage vehicle—to help them.

A new approach to edutainment, combining social and emotional learning and some lovable supporting characters with an exciting central character, the show has already been a ratings hit in its domestic market.

The new series began broadcasting on Aniworld TV and Jiajia Cartoon on September 30 and on KAKU Children’s Channel and TOONMAX TV from the middle of October. Season three has also been shown from October 1, and season four from October 12 on a number of new media platforms, including iQIYI, Youku, Tencent and Mango TV.

Echo Gu, VP of Winsing Animation, said: “Gogo Bus combines learning and fun in a new and appealing way that has helped it to build a strong audience in a very short time. We are looking forward to a very positive response to the new series from the growing fanbase of Gogo Bus.”

About Alison Skilton

Alison Skilton is an associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]


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