Na Ra is a university student and he has never had a girlfriend in his life. He wants to become a public servant. Jay is a popular magician mired in deep sadness. Joon is an intern at a hospital. He is poor, but he a has warm heart.

These people gather at a magic school led by Master Han. Master Han has a daughter, Yi Seul, who wants to become a dancer and not a magician.

Magic School - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: In Development

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2017-09-11

Magic School - The Magic School Bus (TV series) - Netflix

The Magic School Bus is a Canadian/American Saturday morning animated children's television series, based on the book series of the same name by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen. The series has received critical acclaim for its use of celebrity talent and combining entertainment with an educational series. Broadcasting & Cable said the show was “among the highest-rated PBS shows for school-age children.” A revival series titled The Magic School Bus Rides Again was released on Netflix on September 29, 2017.

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In 1994, The Magic School Bus concept was made into an animated series of the same name by Scholastic Entertainment and it premiered on September 10, 1994. The idea for the show was thought up by Former Scholastic Entertainment Vice President and Senior Editorial Director Craig Walker. Scholastic Entertainment president Deborah Forte said that adapting the books into an animated series was an opportunity to help kids “learn about science in a fun way”. Around that time, Forte had been hearing concerns from parents and teachers about how to improve science education for girls and minorities across the globe. Each episode of the series ran for 30 minutes. When The Magic School Bus was syndicated on commercial networks, the Producer Says segment at the end of each episode was cut out to make space for commercials. The Producer Says segments were only seen when the series was shown on non-commercial networks, international networks, VHS, and DVD releases. Within the episodes, there were also time points where the episode fades out and then fades back in after a series of commercials are shown. On non-commercial networks, VHS, and DVD releases the scene immediately fades back in right after it fades out as no commercials are shown. The show's theme song called “Ride on the Magic School Bus” was written by Peter Lurye and performed by rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard. The show's voice director was Susan Blu, two of the writers for the show were Brian Muehl and Jocelyn Stevenson, who also worked on Fraggle Rock. On the PBS version, the show was funded by the National Science Foundation, Microsoft Home, the US Department of Energy, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from the viewers/stations of PBS. The show was close-captioned by the National Captioning Institute when it aired on PBS.

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