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||Kate Fitzpatrick (Australian dub)|
|Country of origin|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||65|
|Executive producer||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 an Australian-Singaporean 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, by Ky Baldwin in the Australian dub.
- Big Nutbrown Hare – Voiced by Kirk Thornton in the US dub, Andrew McFarlane in Australian dub.
- Little Field Mouse – Voiced by Allie Carlton in the US dub, Bella Soleil Mistry in Australian dub.
- Otter – Voiced by Nicolas Roye in the US dub
- Little Redwood Fox – Voiced by Monique Hore in Australian dub
- Blue Bird – Voiced by Angelique Perrin in the US dub, Kate Flitzpatrick in Australian dub.
- Little Grey Squirrel – Voiced by Stuart Allan in the US dub, Dylan Elchaar in Australian dub.
- Little White Owl – Voiced by Micheala Dean in the US dub, Voiced by Monique Hore in the Australian dub
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- "Best Children's Television Series nomination". AACTA Awards. Retrieved 16 June 2013.