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CBeebies show ‘Go Jetters’ lands in Middle East on beIN
MUMBAI: Preschool series ‘Go Jetters’ will make its Middle East premiere on 2 May exclusive to the CBeebies channel.
Following the adventures of four plucky international heroes, Xuli, Kyan, Lars and Foz, Go Jetters travel the globe with their friend and mentor Ubercorn, a disco-dancing unicorn. Together they save the world’s most famous landmarks from the mischievous meddlings of their nemesis, Grandmaster Glitch.
Young viewers of ‘Go Jetters’ will enjoy comedy, teamwork, thrilling action, sights and facts about brand-new places. From the Pyramids at Giza in Egypt, to the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower to the Statue of Liberty, each episode features iconic landmark that are in need of the Go Jetters’ help.
First launched on the CBeebies UK website last year, the new series for television will air on CBeebies international channel on beIN across the Middle East and North Africa territories.
The fully animated comedy adventure series, aimed at the upper-end of preschool ages 4-6, weaves accessible geography concepts into engaging and child-relatable stories and develops learnings about people, places and environments.
The Go Jetters are all students of the Go Jet Academy and are undertaking the final part of their geographical training – the field trip. Their task is to learn about the many fascinating man-made and natural landmarks in our world. However, due to the meddlings of failed student Grandmaster Glitch, their assignments quickly turn into a mission to save the landmarks and restore them to their former glory.