Guess How Much I Love You (TV series)

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Guess How Much I Love You
Also known asGuess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare
Based onGuess How Much I Love You
by Sam McBratney
Directed bySteve Moltzen
Voices ofMatthew Jacob Wayne
Andrew McFarlane
Bella Soleil Mistry
Nicholas Roye
Monique Hore
Angellique Perrin
Stuart Allan
Michaela Deen
Narrated byKate Fitzpatrick
Country of origin
  • Australia
  • Singapore (season 1)
  • Canada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes78
Production
Executive producersSuzanne Ryan
Gabriele Holzner
Patricia Vasapollo
Sebastian Debertin
Tina Sicker
Seng Choon Meng (season 1)
Wong Chi Kong (season 1)
ProducersSuzanne Ryan
Seng Choon Meng (season 1)
Running time15 minutes per episode (approx.)
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original network
Original release25 December 2011 (2011-12-25) –
24 December 2017 (2017-12-24)

Guess How Much I Love You (also known as Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare) is a children's animated television series based on the book of the same name written by Sam McBratney.[1]

Season 1 was produced by SLR Productions and Scrawl Studios for KI.KA and HR/HessischerRundfunk, in association with TVOKids, Knowledge Kids, YLE and SVTB and with the participation of TFO, HR1, ABC Television and The Walt Disney Company Australia, and distributed by CCI Entertainment until 9 Story Media Group acquired CCI's children's and family library in 2013.[2]

Season 2 was instead a co-production with SLR Productions, 9 Story Media Group, KI.KA and HR/HessischerRundfunk, in association with HR1 and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Characters[edit]

  • Little Nutbrown Hare – Voiced by Ky Baldwin in the Australian dub, Matthew Jacob Wayne in the US dub.
  • Big Nutbrown Hare – Voiced by Andrew McFarlane in Australian dub, Kirk Thornton in the US dub.
  • Little Field Mouse – Voiced by Bella Soleil Mistry in Australian dub, Allie Carlton in the US dub.
  • Otter – Voiced by Nicolas Roye in the US dub.
  • Little Redwood Fox – Voiced by Monique Hore in Australian dub.
  • Blue Bird – Voiced by Kate Flitzpatrick in Australian dub, Angelique Perrin in the US dub.
  • Little Grey Squirrel – Voiced by Dylan Elchaar in Australian dub, Stuart Allan in the US dub.
  • Little White Owl – Voiced by Monique Hore in the Australian dub, Micheala Dean in the US dub.

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011-12)[edit]

  1. Treasure Hunt
  2. March Like an Ant
  3. Blue Wonder
  4. No Place Like Home
  5. Favourite Thing
  6. Big Like You
  7. What Sound Does the Moon Make?
  8. Autumn's Here
  9. Snow Blanket
  10. Snowflake
  11. Inside Day
  12. Slip Slop Slide
  13. Lucky Stick
  14. It's Okay
  15. Where's Little Redwood Fox?
  16. Hidden Treasures
  17. Moon Dance
  18. Winter Coat
  19. Winter Surprise
  20. New Friend
  21. Snow White Hare
  22. Field of Flowers
  23. Fly the Nest
  24. Blossoms
  25. The Scents of Spring
  26. Can You Touch the Stars?
  27. Follow Me
  28. The Nest
  29. Hide and Seek
  30. Feather Your Nest
  31. Fly Away Home
  32. Rainy Days
  33. A Hare's Tail
  34. Where Does the River Go?
  35. Leaf Shade
  36. Bedtime Story
  37. Hare's Eye View
  38. Taste of Sunset
  39. You for a Day
  40. Big Storm
  41. Plum Summer
  42. All Fall Down
  43. I Promise
  44. Pumpkin Patch
  45. Shadow Play
  46. Finders Keepers
  47. Surprise!
  48. The Big Apple
  49. Chestnut
  50. I Want to Fly
  51. Four Seasons
  52. Wind Whistle

Season 2 (2015-16)[edit]

  1. Little Green Worm
  2. Make a Rainbow
  3. The Favourite Tree
  4. Spider's Web
  5. Big Foot
  6. Too Big, Too Small
  7. Winter Moon
  8. Up All Night
  9. The Collection
  10. The Lucky Egg
  11. The Autumn Journey
  12. The Song of Spring
  13. Summer Strawberries
  14. The Slippery Slide
  15. Echo Game
  16. Cloudy Meadow
  17. Autumn Play
  18. Now You See Me
  19. Busy as a Bee
  20. Birthday Surprise
  21. Win or Lose
  22. Summer Days
  23. The Holly Branch
  24. Topsy-Flopsy Day
  25. Feast Day
  26. Where Are My Acorns?

Specials (2017)[edit]

  1. Christmas to the Moon and Back
  2. An Enchanting Easter

Broadcast[edit]

The series is shown on KiKa in Germany, TVOKids in Canada, ABC Kids in Australia, Disney Junior in the United States, Nickelodeon in France and the United Kingdom, and YLE in Finland.[3]

Reception[edit]

The series was nominated for an AACTA Award for "Best Children's Television Series" in 2013.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Meade, Amanda (27 September 2010). "Classic kids' tale to become animated series". The Australian. Retrieved 16 June 2013.
  2. ^ "Review: Guess How Much I Love You". Commonsensemedia. 21 March 2012. Retrieved 16 June 2013.
  3. ^ "Little Nutbrown Hare and Blinky Bill return to Aussie screens". Retrieved 29 May 2019.
  4. ^ "Best Children's Television Series nomination". AACTA Awards. Retrieved 16 June 2013.