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POGO to bring in two new international TV series

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POGO to bring in two new international TV series

POGO has introduced two unique international series this month for its little audience. YO-KAI WATCH, a Japanese animated series, will air 11 January onwards and TASHI, an Australian series, will commences on 23 January.

YO-KAI WATCH is based on a video game that features the adventures of Keita and Whisper will be aired from Monday to Friday, at 7:00 pm.

A special watch and win contest has been planned around the show where kids will get a chance to win fun and exclusive Yokai merchandise. It's a 3 week long contest starting from Feb 1.

TASHI will be aired on Saturday at 9am. This is based on the children’s books by Barbara and Anna Fienberg.

According to the press release, Pogo’s objective behind the new launches is to stimulate the imagination of kids by showcasing the best new content not only from India but across the world. The shows will take the audience through exciting adventures clubbed with comedy and fantasy giving them an opportunity to learn and explore through ideas and innovations.


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