Moon and Me: The new TV series set to be a hit

Moon and me the new seies for kids on iPlayer
Moon and Me on iPlayer

Moon and Me is the new series for babies and children from the creator of In The Night Garden and Teletubbies Andrew Davenport.

Every parent knows of the TV series’ In the Night Garden and Teletubbies. Now new series Moon and Me is set to be a hit too. Well that’s going by our son who loves it. It is very similar to In the Night Garden.

Pepi Nana is a toy that while her owner sleeps, wakes when the moon comes out. Then when she wakes fantastic stories are made. Similarly, Moon and Me is like In The Night Garden and is a combination of live-action filming and stop-motion animation. The series is currently airing on Cbeebies and available on iPlayer.

Andrew Davenport was co-creator of Teletubies, and wrote all of the 365, 25 minute long episodes. It first aired way back in 1997. In the Night Garden first aired in 2007. Davenport wrote the 100 episodes and created the theme music too.

Moon and Me as his previous series’ may sound like the characters just spout gibberish and are dumbing down television. This is not the case though, the shows are based on science as Davenport studied BSc Speech Sciences and this is utilised in the new show. As a result, the show helps children learn to comunnicate. Above all children learn without realising it and enjoy themselves too.

Moon and Me on BBC iPlayer

The new series is on the BBC iPlayer right now and your little ones can watch the available episodes on there here. The BBC will be adding new episodes in due course as they are released on live TV.

Moon and Me merchandise

In conclusion, toy licenses have been granted and Moon and Me toys will certainly be in the shops. Therefore you may want to get your debit or credit card out as the toys are set to be a big seller for years to come.

Kids getting too much screentime?

Think your kids are having too much screen time? you can read our article about kids and the effect of screen time here. How much screen time is too much!

Be the first to comment