Guess How Much I Love You (TV series)
|Guess How Much I Love You|
|Also known as||Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare|
|Based on||Guess How Much I Love You|
by Sam McBratney
|Voices of||Matthew Jacob Wayne|
Bella Soleil Mistry
|Narrated by||Ky Baldwin|
|Country of origin|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||81|
|Executive producer(s)||Suzanne Ryan|
|Running time||15 minutes per episode (approx.)|
|Original release||25 December 2011 –|
24 December 2017
Guess How Much I Love You (also known as Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare) is a 2012-2015 children's animated television series based on the book of the same name written by Sam McBratney.
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.
Cast and characters
- Little Nutbrown Hare – Voiced by Matthew Jacob Wayne in the US dub, voiced by Ky Baldwin in the UK dub.
- Big Nutbrown Hare – Voiced by Andrew McFarlane
- Little Field Mouse – Voiced by Bella Soleil Mistry
- Otter – Voiced by Nicolas Roye
- Little Redwood Fox – Voiced by Monique Hore
- Blue Bird – Voiced by Angelique Perrin
- Little Grey Squirrel – Voiced by Stuart Allan
- Little White Owl – Voiced by Micheala Dean
- The Narrator – Voiced by Ky Baldwin
The series is shown on KiKa in Germany, TVOKids in Canada, ABC Kids in Australia, Playhouse Disney then Disney Junior in the United States, Nickelodeon in France and the United Kingdom, and YLE in Finland.
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- "Little Nutbrown Hare and Blinky Bill return to Aussie screens". Retrieved 29 May 2019.
- "Best Children's Television Series nomination". AACTA Awards. Retrieved 16 June 2013.
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