Chanticleer is a foolhardy farm rooster who believes his crows can actually make the sun come up and shine. When the sun rises one morning without Chanticleer's crow, he leaves the farm in disgrace and runs off to become a rock 'n' roll singer. But in his absence, a sinister, sunshine-hating owl prepares to take over.
Noodle and Doodle is a live action children's television series, which premiered on September 25, 2010. The series was created by John McCoy, is produced and directed by Kristopher Updike, and currently airs on NBC Kids and PBS Kids Sprout. The series is Sprout's first original long form television series. In Canada, it airs on the Knowledge Network.
Doodle Do is a British television programme designed for pre-school children. It is aired on the CBeebies channel. The programme features three "Doodle Doers" — puppets called "Dib-dab", "Scribble" and "Stick" — who interact with a human presenter, Chris. Dib-dab, Stick and Scribble are literal glove puppets, as they consist of colourful knitted gloves decorated with eyes, noses, and hair. They are operated by three puppeteers who remain concealed behind features of the studio set, such as curtains or boxes, or beneath the raised studio floor. One episode was filmed in the French Ski Resort of 'Les Deux Alpes'. The programme is a loose "how to" arts feature similar to SMarteenies, but aimed at an even younger audience. Chris and the puppets explore making models from boxes, simple collages and so on. A story is featured, during which the puppets play characters using the items they have created. The programme always ends with some "Doodle do" and "Doodle don't" advice, such as "Doodle do: have fun with your model car, and doodle don't: forget to tidy up afterwards". There are also small 5-minute portions of the show called "Doodle Do Making Moments" which are broadcast. These feature one 'make' and do not have much of a storyline.
A variety of short-form videos celebrating the arts from School of Doodle, an organization that creates “loud” inspiring content for girls and young women.
Doodlez is a Canadian series of animated shorts produced for television by Cellar Door Productions, animated by Trapeze Animation Studios Ltd., which started airing on Teletoon in 2002. It could be seen on Nicktoons Network,.
Doodles is a multiplatform, interactive, animated comedy series that takes real people's drawing and turns them into hilarious animated micro movies featuring a cast of coloured-in characters surrounded by insanity.
The Doodlebops was a Canadian television children's television series. "Rock & Bop with The Doodlebops", was released in 2004 and continues to top the children's charts in North America. Its 2004-2007 TV broadcasting run, produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment, airs as reruns on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Canada in the Kids' CBC morning broadcast programming schedule, and on Playhouse Disney and Tiny Pop in the UK. The show used to air on the Disney Channel in the USA as part of the Playhouse Disney morning programming schedule, but is no longer a part of that lineup. Reruns of the first season currently air Saturday mornings on CBS as part of the Cookie Jar TV lineup. The Doodlebops had a live concert tour. The Doodlebops stars are Lisa J. Lennox as Deedee Doodle, Chad McNamara as Rooney Doodle, and Jonathan Wexler as Moe Doodle. The Doodlebops' characters are members of a children's band, The creators of The Doodlebops are Cookie Jar executive Michael Hirsh and musical director Carl Lenox. Jamie Waese is the producer and director of the TV series. David Connolly is the choreographer. Andrea Nevitt is the Line Producer. Gord McLennan is the Technical Producer. Ian Harvey is the Senior Editor.