Airdate: The Kingdom of Paramithi

By David Knox on October 25, 2008 / Filed Under Programming 5

Good to see more local production of children’s television, with the Wiggles-created The Kingdom of Paramithi, a European-style fairytale series with musical stories, song and dance.

Nine Network’s Director of Commercial Development Martin Hersov said: “It’s with great pleasure that we have teamed up with The Wiggles and Nickelodeon on this exciting new series. Alongside Hi-5, Nine is now the home of the best of Australian-produced pre-school programming and we can’t wait to launch the series later this year.”

It launches on Nine at 3:30pm Monday November 10.

Press Release:
The Wiggles, Nine Network and Nick Jr. will combine to present a new pre-school series for Australian families this year: The Kingdom of Paramithi, a collection of musical stories for young children in 30 half-hour instalments.

The Kingdom of Paramithi is scheduled to premiere on the Nine Network in November 2008 and on Nickelodeon’s Nick Jr. network in December.

Created by Blue Wiggle Anthony Field and Paul Field, written by Paul Field and Paul Paddick and developed with the experience of The Wiggles production team, the series incorporates musical performance, dance, comedy and charismatic new characters.

Anthony Field said: “The Kingdom of Paramithi is an exciting new series full of adventure stories drawn from a rich tradition of folk tales and music. You’ll meet a king and a queen and a host of colourful characters who are passionate about putting on a show.”

Martin Hersov, Nine Network’s Director of Commercial Development, said: “It’s with great pleasure that we have teamed up with The Wiggles and Nickelodeon on this exciting new series. Alongside Hi-5, Nine is now the home of the best of Australian-produced pre-school programming and we can’t wait to launch the series later this year.”

“We are really thrilled about this collaboration,” said Deirdre Brennan, Director of Programming for Nickelodeon Australia. “The Wiggles production team are incredibly experienced in knowing what children want to watch and how best to connect with them.

“Paramithi delivers creative excellence through a celebration of music and storytelling. The tales are unique, engaging and totally charming – it’s full of characters that pre-schoolers will grow to love and it’s a program that Australia can share with the world.”

The Wiggles, internationally renowned for entertaining kids in their distinctive blue, purple, yellow and red skivvies, are Australia’s favourite pre-school group.

5 Comments »

  1. chris March 4, 2011 at 10:42 am -

    i carry the most medals of paramithi and i seen them at starplex at gawer
    kendall godard is my buddy

  2. Jasmin May 25, 2009 at 5:44 pm -

    You will never guess what.
    The actress Carolyn Ferrie for the queen is. My. Auntie!
    She was 3 months pregnant during filming would you believe it!

    If you’re reading this Carrie, tell Marlon I said hi!!

    Jas xoxo

  3. Darryl April 19, 2009 at 5:13 pm -

    I was wondering, is there an official website of this show? I would be interested to know more about the cast!

  4. Michelle Merchant February 21, 2009 at 7:16 pm -

    My 7 year old and my 5 year old love the show they are always asking when they can go to Kingdom of Paramithi . When ever they do something good they ask if they will go to Kingdom and get a medal. My 7year old daughter who has cerebral palsy just loves James she even wants me to invite him to her Birthday.
    You are doing a great job and we love your show.

    Michelle

  5. Robert Dean February 19, 2009 at 5:51 pm -

    My daughter loves this show … when is it coming back on?

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