Mixed Nutz

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Mixed Nutz
GenreChildren's television
Country of originCanada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13
Production company(s)Big Bad Boo
DistributorNational Educational Telecommunications Association (United States)
Release
Original networkSyndication
First shown inUnited States
External links
Website

Mixed Nutz is an animated cartoon series produced by Big Bad Boo Studios (formerly Norooz Productions). The show is about a group of friends from different backgrounds in a fictional town called Dyvercity. The main characters are Babak from Iran, Sanjay from India, Adele from Austria, Damaris from Cuba and Jae from Korea. The show has been referred to as "International" Peanuts for the simplicity of the animation style and its multicultural angle.

Big Bad Boo Studios produced 13 half-hour episodes in 2008 with an international cast and crew including Maz Jobrani and producers Aly Jetha and Shabnam Rezaei. The two also produced Babak and Friends- A First Norooz. Mixed Nutz airs on certain PBS and MHz Worldview stations in the United States as well as Shaw TV in Canada.[1]

Mixed Nutz participated in several international film festivals, including the 2008 New York Television Festival and Chashama Film Festival.[2]

Mixed Nutz, also known as Mixed Nuts is a team in the Delmarva Power and Light company summer softball co-ed league. Mixed Nuts entered the long standing company league in 2013, gathering diverse players from many different backgrounds and skill levels; some not even knowing what softball was until joining the team. Members have come and gone over time, but the team still holds a strong standing in the league. With core members that have been playing since its inception, fighting the good fight every week, culminating in a well below average record heading into the year end tournament. Finishing every season without a trophy, the team continues to play in the spirit of camaraderie and cold beer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mixed Nutz reaches 31 Million Viewers on MHz Worldview". PersianMirror Article. 24 August 2010. Retrieved 25 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Youtube Video Mixed Nutz at NYTVF". YouTube Video. 22 October 2008. Retrieved 22 October 2008.

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