Wanda Sykes Top Appear In Bubble Guppies Special

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Actress/comedian Wanda Sykes makes a splash as the voice of a mean witch in the first-ever hour-long spe­cial of Nickelodeon’s top-rated CG-animated preschool series, Bub­ble Gup­pies, pre­mier­ing Sun­day, Feb. 19, at 8:00 p.m. In “Bub­ble Puppy’s Fin-tastic Fairy­tale Adven­ture,” preschool­ers will join the char­ac­ters on a fairytale-themed adven­ture through an enchanted under­wa­ter world. Along the way, they will be intro­duced to con­cepts related to math, lit­er­acy, the arts, sci­ence and socio-emotional devel­op­ment. Bub­ble Gup­pies closed 2011 as the top preschool series across all TV with kids 2–5. The series airs reg­u­larly week­days at 11:00 and 11:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

In “Bub­ble Puppy’s Fin-tastic Fairy­tale Adven­ture,” Molly and Gil go up a hill to fetch a pail of water in the enchanted for­est. There, a mean witch (voiced by Wanda Sykes) turns their dog, Bub­ble Puppy, into a frog. Molly and Gil enlist the help of some famous fairy­tale friends to undo the witch’s spell. They bet­ter work fast or else the witch will use her mean green bub­ble potion to turn every­one in the world into frogs!

Bub­ble Gup­pies is cre­ated and executive-produced by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull and co-executive pro­duced by Jan­ice Burgess, the Emmy Award-winning team behind the hit Nick­elodeon series’ The Back­yardi­gans and Lit­tle Bill. In each episode of Bub­ble Gup­pies, the char­ac­ters lead the learn­ing process, dis­cov­er­ing some­thing of inter­est on their way to school and explor­ing that theme from a vari­ety of angles. Bub­ble Gup­pies focuses on a wide range of top­ics and every­day expe­ri­ences kids can relate to – from dinosaurs to den­tists, rock n’ roll to recy­cling, and col­ors to cow­boys. The half-hour series fea­tures a vari­ety show for­mat with a strong nar­ra­tive that relates to the theme of the episode.

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