Messy goes to Okido is a 2015 CBeebies children's television series aimed at 3-5 year olds, consisting of 52 eleven-minute episodes. The main character Messy Monster is voiced by Adam Buxton. The other main characters are his best friends Zoe and Felix and the scientist trio Zim, Zam and Zoom. The series features a combination of live action and 3D and 2D animation. It has international distribution by DHX Media and will be broadcast in several different countries. The show is based on the children's art and science magazine Okido. The show was developed by Squint/Opera, a London CG studio who set up Doodle Productions devoted to making the TV series. It features the voices of Adam Buxton, Kate Harbour, Shelley Longworth and Rob Rackstraw.

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Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 10 minutes

Premier: 2015-09-07

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Minimax is a Central European children's channel (mainly for toddlers but with also programs in the past), broadcast in Hungary (Hungarian), Slovenia (Slovene), the Czech Republic and Slovakia (Czech), Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia (Serbian) & Romania and Moldova (Romanian). It launched in Hungary in 1996 and aired in Poland from April 16, 1999 to October 16, 2004. In Hungary, as of April 2007, it timeshares the channel slot with anime channel Animax after 8 PM. Previously, Minimax timeshared the channel with A+, Game One, iTV Hungary, and m+, now known as Cool TV. Minimax airs in a 16:9 aspect ratio. The first look debuted in 1999. On March 27, 2013, Minimax unveiled a new 3D logo. Minimax's policy goals include edutainment and non-violent programs.

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Minimax began as a channel in Spain in 1993, which was owned by Canal Satellite España, and was later closed in 1998 which the channel was sold to Fox Kids Worldwide Inc. in favor to launch Fox Kids for Spain.

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