Knowledge Kids’ First Ever Original Animated Series
Luna, Chip and Inkie: Adventure Rangers Go
set to release nationwide April 4th, 2022

Available across Canada on & the Knowledge Kids app

British Columbia’s trusted viewer-supported public broadcaster, Knowledge Network, has announced that their first ever original animated series Luna, Chip & Inkie: Adventure Rangers Go will premiere on Monday, April 4th, 2022. The new series for children aged 3-6 will be available to stream for free across Canada on the Knowledge Kids app and In British Columbia the show will also be available to broadcast on Knowledge Network.  

The music-filled series will include great songs and lovable characters based on the well-known animated characters, Luna the owl, Chip the beaver, and Inkie the octopus, who have appeared in Knowledge Kids branding, books and video games since 2008. Parents can look forward to seeing age appropriate themes, humour that helps drive home early learning lessons, deep breathing strategies for when things go sideways and fun shareable stories to talk about as a family.

Set in the forests, mountains, lakes, and ocean near the fictional town of Eagle Creek, the series is inspired by the rugged, natural beauty of the Pacific West Coast. In each episode, the trio of enthusiastic helpers tackle problems in their town, but not before they experience some hilarious flops that require them to look for different ways of unlocking a solution. The heroes remind young viewers that even though they might feel overwhelmed as they face challenges, looking at the problem in a different way and having the resilience to try again are the keys to unlocking solutions.

Five new episodes will be released each week for the first three weeks in April, followed by regular new episodes dropping throughout the rest of the year. Every episode includes an original song, which will also stream on the Knowledge Kids platforms in short music videos, encouraging kids to sing along.

“Creative problem-solving, resilience and teamwork are central to the mission of Knowledge Kids content,” said Michele Paris, Senior Manager of Children’s Programming and Executive Producer on the series. “Luna, Chip and Inkie will help kids see new ways of approaching a problem and persevering to get the job done!”