Shaun the Sheep
|Shaun the Sheep|
Slice of life
|Created by||Nick Park|
|Based on||Wallace & Gromit|
by Nick Park
|Developed by||Richard Goleszowski|
|Directed by||Richard Goleszowski|
|Voices of||Justin Fletcher|
Emma Tate (2015-present)
Andy Nyman (2015-present)
Simon Greenall (2015-present)
Jo Allen (2007)
|Theme music composer||Mark Thomas|
|Opening theme||"Life's a Treat" by Mark Thomas and Vic Reeves|
|Ending theme||"Life's a Treat (Instrumental)"|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Original language||English (no dialogue)|
|No. of seasons||6|
|No. of episodes||170|
1 (special) (list of episodes)
|Executive producers||For Aardman Animations: |
|Producers||Julie Lockhart (series 1)|
Gareth Owen (series 2)
John Woolley (series 3 and 4)
|Running time||7 minutes|
|Production companies||Aardman Animations|
|Original network||CBBC (2007-present)|
BBC One (2015-present)
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Original release||5 March 2007 –|
|Related shows||Wallace and Gromit|
Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion children's television series and a spin-off of the Wallace and Gromit franchise. The title character is Shaun (a sheep previously featured in the 1995 short film A Close Shave and the Shopper 13 short film from the 2002 Wallace and Gromit's Cracking Contraptions series). The series focuses on his adventures on a northern British farm as the leader of his flock.
The series first aired in the UK on the CBBC channel on 5 March 2007 and has been broadcast in 180 countries. The series consists of 170 seven-minute episodes. The fifth series contains 20 episodes and was first aired in the Netherlands from 1 December 2015 until 1 January 2016 and in Australia on ABC Kids from 16 January 2016 until 1 May 2016. In the United States, a series of Shaun the Sheep shorts aired in between commercial breaks on Disney Channel starting on 8 July 2007. However, as of 2018, the series had not been aired on the network for a decade.
The series inspired the spin-off, Timmy Time, a show aimed at younger viewers that follows Shaun's small cousin. A feature-length film, titled Shaun the Sheep Movie, was released theatrically on 6 February 2015. A 30-minute short film, Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas, was aired in 2015 as a Christmas TV special. A second feature-length film, titled A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, was released theatrically on 18 October 2019.
In 2020, the series moved to Netflix for a sixth series, under the subtitle Adventures from Mossy Bottom.
Shaun, an unusually clever sheep, lives with his flock at Mossy Bottom Farm (the name can be seen in nearly all of the opening scenes), a traditional small northern British farm. Each episode centres around Shaun's attempts to add excitement to their otherwise boring lives. The action snowballs into fantastic sitcom-style escapades, most often because they are fascinated with human technology and culture. This usually brings them into partnership —and sometimes into conflict—with the farm sheepdog Bitzer, while they all are simultaneously trying to avoid discovery by the farmer.
This section has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)
- Shaun is the protagonist of the series and the leader of the flock. He is clever, confident, and prone to mischief, but equally adept at getting himself and/or his friends out of it. As there is no dialogue, like all the sheep he communicates entirely through bleating and often explains his ideas to the flock by drawing diagrams on a blackboard. He has a good friendship with Bitzer, though this does not stop him from playing pranks on him at times. His vocal effects are performed by Justin Fletcher.
- Bitzer is the farmer's long-suffering but loyal sheepdog, dressed for work in a blue knit cap, black collar, knitted wristlet, and large official-looking wrist-watch, carrying a clipboard and walking upright or on all fours as needed. He communicates, canine-fashion, via barks, growls, and the occasional whimper. He also gives instructions to the flock by blowing a whistle. He once bought a bike for himself, and later versions prove this bike to be a BMW 365 duplex. Despite a tendency to be caught listening to music, he takes his job very seriously, to the point of occasionally letting his power go to his head. He is, however, a generally good friend to Shaun and does his best to keep the whole flock out of trouble. His vocal effects are performed by John Sparkes.
- Shirley is the largest member of the flock. A gentle giant, she is usually seen placidly eating, though she's intimidating enough to have defended Shaun from Pidsley the cat. She's so big that large objects routinely disappear into her fleece, and she quite often gets stuck herself, needing the other sheep to push, pull, or even sling-shot her out of trouble. However, her size can also come in very handy when what's needed is a battering ram or similarly immovable object. She is a devoted eater, blindly charging towards food, even if it isn't even food in the first place. Her size came from her eating, yet it has been proven that by following a diet and exercising, she can become as thin as Shaun.
- Timmy, Shaun's cousin, is the flock's only lamb and thus often the innocent centre of the chaos. Timmy often tries to be like Shaun. His personality is often contrasting: sometimes he acts responsibly and understands what the older sheep say; other times, he acts like a normal baby, sobbing when something is taken from him or scares him. He's a toddler in the series and is often seen sucking a dummy. The spin-off series Timmy Time chronicles his later adventures in preschool, His vocal effects are also performed by Justin Fletcher.
- Timmy's Mother, Shaun's aunt, wears curlers in her topknot and is a bit careless about maternal duties, even using Timmy once as a makeshift paintbrush. But when her offspring goes astray, she is inconsolable until he is safely back in her care, Her vocal effects are performed by Kate Harbour.
- Nuts is quite an eccentric, but useful sheep and usually, like the rest of the flock, accompanies and helps Shaun. But the thing that makes him stand out from the flock is that he has two different-sized eyes and a different-shaped nose.
- Hazel - Hazel's nerves often get the better of her. She's a timid little sheep who jumps at the slightest thing and can frequently be heard bleating nervously. When Farmer's caravan rolls off towards the city, Hazel can barely contain her fear – this is the stuff of nightmares! But when she finds herself carried along with the rest of the Flock in hot pursuit of a runaway caravan, Hazel discovers she's much braver than she ever imagined, and that while living in the city might be scary, it's good to face your fears now and again.
- The Flock, like typical sheep, tend to follow Shaun and one another, are obedient to orders, and generally form one big happy if sometimes fractious family group. Unlike Shaun, however, they are not particularly bright, which becomes a problem when combined with their ongoing fascination with the human world. It's usually Shaun and Bitzer who sort out the resulting mess.
- The Farmer is a bespectacled, balding man who runs the farm with Bitzer at his side and acts as the flock's primary if unwitting nemesis. His livestock's main concern is to ensure he remains completely oblivious to their unusual sentience, a task made easier by his conventional, unobservant nature but complicated by his enthusiasm for picking up new hobbies. He can be heard frequently making wordless noises, speaking gibberish, or muttering under his breath just audibly enough for the viewer to pick up on his meaning. His disastrous attempts at dating are a running joke of the series. In the 2015 movie, he is referred to as Mr X by those who don't know his identity.
- The Naughty Pigs, whose pen is adjacent to the sheep field, are bullies to Shaun and his flock, always trying to antagonize them and get them into trouble. They are, however, scared of Bitzer (though they still take the chance to bully him whenever possible), and they get told off by the Farmer in "Pig Trouble". They communicate through oinks and squeals like actual pigs.
- Pidsley is the Farmer's orange cat, a minor character (without fur) in Series 1 and the main antagonist of Series 2, who makes his last appearance in "We Wish Ewe A Merry Christmas". In Series 2, he desires to be the sole recipient of the Farmer's attention and thus is jealous of Bitzer. He also dislikes the sheep, thinking of them as stupid and beneath him. He communicates through meows and purrs like an actual cat.
- Mower Mouth is a goat who first appears in the episode of the same name. He is an unstoppable eating machine. While not an unfriendly character, all of his considerable energy is focused on his next meal. He thus routinely causes trouble for Shaun and the flock, as also seen in "Shaun the Farmer".
- The Bull is belligerent, powerful and easily provoked by Shaun's antics and the colour red. He appears in "The Bull", "Saturday Night Shaun", "Who's the Mummy?" and "Heavy Metal Shaun". He also appears in "Sheepwalking" where he is awoken by the flock who then followed Shaun walking in his sleep and throws one of the sheep into the chicken coop.
- The Ducks make frequent appearances. In the first series, a single duck gets into predicaments due to Shaun's exploits in "Off the Baa!", "Tidy Up", and "Bathtime". Sometimes he is seen with his lady friends. In series two there are two ducks; in series three, they have once again been replaced with a single, pure white duck.
- The Aliens appear in "Shaun Encounters", "The Visitor" and "Cat Got Your Brain" and briefly in "Spring Lamb". They are green and have one large eye on the top of their head. Despite their advanced scientific technology, which frequently causes trouble for the farm animals, they exhibit human-like behavior and generally cheerful personalities.
- The Granny is a short-tempered, short-sighted old lady, appearing in "Take Away" and "Save the Tree". She also appears in "Two's Company", holding a cart, and "The Big Chase", forcing the pigs to give her a lift in their car. She is renowned for hitting people (or animals) with her handbag when they annoy her by mistake.
- The Pizza Delivery Boy is a young man who rides a moped (which Bitzer often "borrows" to chase after the sheep) and works in the local pizzeria. He also works as a postman in "Saturday Night Shaun".
- The Farmer's Girlfriend appears for the first time in Series 2. She appears to be adventurous and an animal lover, patting Bitzer and Shaun and offering food to Timmy.
- The Farmer's Niece appears in "The Farmer's Niece" (her debut), "Bitzer's New Hat" and "The Rabbit". She appears to be a fan of horses and irritates Shaun, Bitzer, and the flock. The Farmer's Niece is also a spoiled brat, as she screams and wails every time things don't go her way. She is also one of the few humans who know what the flock is up to.
The show was produced by Aardman Animations and was commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), a constituent member of the consortium of German public-broadcasting institutions, ARD. It has aired on BBC channels in the UK since 2007.
Each seven-minute episode is entirely shot in Aardman's distinctive stop-motion animation style. The comedic tone is a combination of slapstick and classic silent comedy, similar to that used in the Wallace & Gromit shorts. There is not much-spoken dialogue in the series, not even from the human characters, except for a few simple grunts, bleats, barks, growls, pointing, sighs, mutterings, and similar wordless inflections, which are used to indicate a character’s mood or motive. There are also no readable words in any episode, although "Bitzer" can be seen on a dog bowl, and—in series four--"Mossy Bottom Farm" on a gate, in the original English-language title sequence. All other signage, such as on a pizza box or a bus stop, is replaced by illegible scrawls and pictures.
Shaun the Sheep's first appearance was in Wallace & Gromit's third short feature, the Academy Award-winning A Close Shave. As the youngest member of a flock of sheep, Wallace and Gromit work to save Shaun from being turned into dog food. He was named Shaun as a pun on the word "shorn" after he was accidentally subjected to Wallace's automated sheep shearing machine. This early version of Shaun shows a hint of his characteristic human-like bravado—among other things, wearing a sweater knitted from his own shorn wool, proving to be a major help in saving the day.
At the end of this short, Shaun is seen living with the duo; Shaun later made a brief cameo appearance in the "Shopper 13" episode of Wallace & Gromit's "Cracking Contraptions" web series. No official explanation has been given for the flock's transfer to the farm.
The first two series consisted of 40 seven-minute episodes each, and the third 20 episodes. The fourth series debuted on 3 February 2014. The fifth series aired on ABC Australia in January 2016. A series of 15 1-minute 3D shorts were released on Nintendo's Video service for the Nintendo 3DS between March and June 2012. The Nintendo shorts were released in early 2016 on the official Shaun the Sheep YouTube channel under the name "Mossy Bottom Farm Shorts". Another series of 21 1-minute sports-themed shorts, named Championsheeps, aired on CBBC during the Summer of 2012.
|First released||Last released||Network|
|1||40||5 March 2007||14 September 2007||CBBC|
|2||40||23 November 2009||17 December 2010|
|3||20||27 February 2013||21 March 2013|
|4||30||3 February 2014||19 December 2014|
|Special||26 December 2015||BBC One|
|5||20||5 September 2016||18 November 2016||CBBC|
|6||20||16 March 2020||Netflix|
|Special||3 December 2021|
A second half-hour special titled Shaun the Sheep: A Winter’s Tale went into production in late 2020 and will air on Christmas 2021 on BBC One. On 23 August, it was revealed to debut on 3 December under the title Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas.
Netflix and sixth series
On 19 February 2020, it was reported that the sixth series of Shaun the Sheep, subtitled Adventures from Mossy Bottom, was released on Netflix on 16 March 2020 in Spain, Poland, Turkey, Israel, and UAE. Additionally, it was released in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Latin America on 17 March 2020.
Adventures from Mossy Bottom features a new electronic version of the theme, a new intro episode sequence, and introduced new characters including a super-fast squirrel named Stash, a fancy neighbour Farmer Ben and his dog Lexi, and the Rita delivery lady.
Reviews of the series were consistently positive. Harry Venning of The Stage found "characterisation charming and the animation superb. All this before even a mention of how funny and splendidly slapstick the script is." The Guardian noted that the series "hits the four-to-seven-year-old age group smack in the eye." Series producer Gareth Owen said the age range is "four-to-seven, though in reality, the age range is four-to-eighty-seven", as the series is popular among all different age-groups. Charles Arthur wrote "classic Aardman style that leaves me laughing out loud."
|Award||Category||Recipients and nominees||Result|
|British Academy Children's Awards||Animation in 2010||Gareth Owen, Richard Webber, Chris Sadler||Won|
|British Academy Children's Awards||Animation in 2014||Richard Starzak, Jay Grace, John Woolley||Won|
|British Academy Children's Awards||Animation in 2015||John Woolley, Steve Box, Lee Wilton||Won|
|International Emmy Awards||Kids: Animation||Won|
|British Academy Children's Awards||Animation in 2016||Nominated|
In 2009, Aardman Studios released Timmy Time, a CBeebies spin-off series aimed at preschoolers. It centres on Timmy's own adventures as he attends preschool for the first time and learns how to interact and play with a variety of young animal friends.
Aardman developed a feature film Shaun the Sheep Movie, written and directed by Richard Starzak and Mark Burton, which was financed by French company StudioCanal, and was released on 6 February 2015. The film received very positive reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 99% of critics have given the film a positive review. The film opened to $3.2 million in the UK and grossed $22 million in the UK and $106 million worldwide.
On 16 June 2008, D3 Publisher of America, which had previously published a game based on Aardman's 2006 film Flushed Away, announced that it would also release a video game based on Shaun's escapades. The Shaun the Sheep game was developed by Art Co., Ltd exclusively for Nintendo DS, and was released in autumn 2008.
The Shaun the Sheep website is also home to several Flash-based games, including Home Sheep Home, which was also made available at the iOS App Store for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad in April 2011. A sequel, Home Sheep Home 2, was released in December 2011 for Windows PCs, iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It was released on the Steam digital distribution platform for Windows PCs in February 2014.
A movie adaptation of Home Sheep Home entitled Home Sheep Home: Farmageddon Party Edition was announced for release in October 2019 for Nintendo Switch. Shaun, Shirley, and Timmy find their way back to the green grass of home. all hosted by Shaun's new alien pal Lu-La. The platform puzzle game will contain all the much-loved gameplay from previous Home Sheep Home games.
On 9 March 2011, Shaun the Sheep made its live theatre debut in Shaun's Big Show. The 100-minute-long musical/dance show features all the regular characters, including Bitzer, Shirley, and Timmy.
On 26 September 2013, the International Rugby Board and Aardman Animations announced that Shaun and other characters from the franchise would be used in a merchandising programme to promote the 2015 Rugby World Cup to children.
In 2015, Shaun the Sheep appeared as the face of the "Holidays at Home are Great" directive. In the advert, seeing the Farmer going away, Shaun and the flock decide to have their own holiday around the UK before the Farmer gets back.
Shaun in the City
In 2015, Shaun the Sheep starred in two public charity art trails to raise money for sick children in hospitals across the UK. Organised by Wallace & Gromit's Children's Foundation in collaboration with Aardman, Shaun in the City saw 50 giant artists and celebrity-decorated sculptures of Shaun appear in London in the spring before a further 70 appeared in Bristol throughout the summer. All 120 sculptures were auctioned in October 2015, raising £1,087,900 for Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal and Wallace & Gromit's Children's Charity.
Shaun the Sheep Land
Shaun the Sheep Experience
In 2015, a family attraction based on Shaun the Sheep, called "The Shaun the Sheep Experience" opened at Lands End, rebranded "Lamb's End" for the duration of the attraction. It features original sets, models, and characters from many Aardman productions. Using green screen technology, guests are able to "star" in a scene from the show, as well as meet other characters from the Aardman filmography including Wallace and Gromit and Morph.
Shaun the Sheep: Championsheeps
DVDs: Region 2 (UK)
|DVD name||# of episodes||Release date|
|Shaun the Sheep: Shape Up With Shaun (8 Baa...rilliant Adventures!)||8||17 September 2007; Re-Release: 23 July 2018|
|Shaun the Sheep: Off The Baa! (8 Woolly Adventures!)||8||5 November 2007; Re-Release: 23 July 2018|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Box Set! (Includes Shape Up With Shaun (8 Baa...rilliant Adventures!) and Off The Baa! (8 Woolly Adventures!) DVDs)||16||5 November 2007|
|Shaun the Sheep: Saturday Night Shaun (Fleece Is The Word!)||8||10 March 2008; Re-Release: 23 July 2018|
|Shaun the Sheep: Abracadabra||8||20 October 2008; Re-Release: 23 July 2018|
|Shaun the Sheep: Wash Day||8||17 November 2008; Re-Release: 23 July 2018|
|Shaun the Sheep: Triple Pack (Includes Saturday Night Shaun (Fleece Is The Word!), Abracadabra and Wash Day DVDs)||24||17 November 2008|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Complete First Series||40||17 November 2008|
|Shaun the Sheep: Spring Lamb||8||29 March 2010|
|Shaun the Sheep: Two's Company||8||6 September 2010|
|Shaun the Sheep: Party Animals||8||8 November 2010|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Gift Set (Includes 3 DVDs: Spring Lamb, Two's Company, and Party Animals)||24||8 November 2010|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Big Chase||8||4 April 2011|
|Shaun the Sheep: We Wish Ewe A Merry Christmas||8||3 October 2011|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Complete Second Series||40||3 October 2011|
|Shaun the Sheep: Spring Cleaning||10||7 April 2014|
|Shaun the Sheep: Shear Heat||10||21 July 2014|
|Shaun the Sheep: Christmas Bleatings||10||3 November 2014|
|Shaun the Sheep: Flock To The Floor||10||26 January 2015|
|Shaun the Sheep: Picture Perfect||10||30 March 2015|
|Shaun the Sheep Movie (limited edition with championship shorts)||1 Movie||1 June 2015|
|Shaun the Sheep: Complete Series 3 & 4 Boxset||50||24 October 2015|
|Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas||1 Special + 15 Shorts||8 February 2016|
|Shaun the Sheep: Pizza Party||10||13 February 2017|
|Shaun the Sheep: Spoilsport||10||10 April 2017|
|Shaun the Sheep: 10 Years (Episodes Re-Release)||10||12 February 2018|
DVDs: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada)
DVDs of the series in the United States were released by HIT Entertainment and distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The last release in the United States, was released by Lionsgate on their own.
- Off the Baa! (11 November 2008): Off The Baa! / Timmy In A Tizzy / Buzz Off Bees / Things That Go Bump / Mower Mouth / Fleeced / Shaun Shoots The Sheep / Mountains Out Of Molehills
- Back in the Ba-a-ath (10 February 2009): Shape Up with Shaun / Bathtime / Fetching / Take Away / Still Life / Scrumping / Stick With Me / The Kite
- Sheep on the Loose (9 June 2009): Sheep on the Loose / Saturday Night Shaun / Tidy Up / Shaun the Farmer / Camping Chaos / If You Can't Stand the Heat
- Little Sheep of Horrors (1 September 2009): Little Sheep of Horrors / Abracadabra / Things That Go Bump / Heavy Metal Shaun / Troublesome Tractor / Sheepwalking
- A Wooly Good Time (16 February 2010): Washday / Tooth Fairy / The Farmer's Niece / Snore-Worn Shaun / Helping Hound / Big Top Timmy
- One Giant Leap for Lambkind (8 June 2010): Shaun Encounters / The Bull / Hiccups / Bitzer Puts His Foot In It / Save The Tree / The Visitor
- Party Animals (7 September 2010): Party Animals / Double Trouble / Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow / Pig Swill Fly / Operation Pidsley / Shaun Goes Potty / Strictly No Dancing
- Shaun the Sheep: Season 1 (19 October 2010, Full Screen; 24 November 2015, widescreen )
- Spring Shena-a-anigans (25 January 2011): Spring Lamb / Supersize Timmy / Bagpipe Buddy / Cheetah Cheater / Lock Out / Draw the Line / Ewe've Been Framed
- The Big Chase (19 April 2011): The Big Chase / Bitzer from the Black Lagoon / Zebra Ducks of the Serengeti / Bitzer's Basic Training / The Magpie / The Boat / Hide and Squeak
- Animal Antics (26 July 2011): Foxy Laddie / Whistleblower / Frantic Romantic / Who's the Caddy / Everything Must Go / In the Doghouse / Cock-a-Doodle Shaun
- We Wish Ewe A Merry Christmas (18 October 2011) We Wish Ewe a Merry Christmas / Snowed In / Fireside Favorite / An Ill Wind / Bitzer's New Hat / Chip Off the Old Block / Shirley Whirley
- Shaun the Sheep: Season 2 (15 November 2011) (widescreen)
- Shear Madness (17 April 2012): Pig Trouble / Sheepless Nights / Party Animals / Cat's Got Your Brain / Two's Company / What's Up, Dog! / Draw the Line
- Shaun the Sheep: Seasons 3 & 4 (7 February 2017) (widescreen)
DVDs: Region 4 (Australia)
|DVD Name||Release Date|
|Complete Series 1||4 November 2015|
|Complete Series 2||4 November 2015|
|Complete Series 3||2 November 2016|
|Complete Series 4||6 June 2018|
|Complete Series 5||6 June 2018|
|Complete Series Boxset||30 October 2019|
DVDs: Region 4 (India)
|DVD Name||Release Date|
|Complete Series 1||4 November 2013|
|Complete Series 2||7 October 2015|
|Complete Series 3||2 November 2015|
|Complete Series 4||6 June 2018|
|Complete Series 5||4 August 2019|
|Complete Series Boxset||13 October 2020|
Region A (Hong Kong, Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Series 1 (Vol 1 & 2) (Hong Kong)
- Shaun the Sheep – Series 1 (Vol 3 & 4) (Hong Kong)
- Shaun the Sheep – Series 2 (Vol 1 & 2) (Hong Kong)
- Shaun the Sheep – Series 2 (Vol 3 & 4) (Hong Kong)
- Shaun the Sheep – Series 3 (Hong Kong)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 1, Part 1 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 1, Part 2 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 2, Part 1 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 2, Part 2 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 3 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 4, Part 1 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 4, Part 2 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 5 (Japan)
- Shaun the Sheep – Season 6 (Japan)
Region B (Europe)
- Shaun das Schaf – Special Edition 2 (complete Series 2) (Germany, 25 March 2011) (16:9 widescreen)
- Shaun das Schaf – Special Edition 3 (complete Series 3) (Germany, 5 November 2013) (16:9 widescreen)
- Shaun das Schaf – Special Edition 4 (complete Series 4) (Germany, 5 November 2015) (16:9 widescreen)
- Shaun das Schaf – Die Lamas des Farmers (Germany, 10 March 2016) (16:9 widescreen)
- Shaun das Schaf – Special Edition 5 (complete Series 5) (Germany, 8 March 2018) (16:9 widescreen)
- "Shaun the Sheep (TV series) (2007)". British Film Institute. Archived from the original on 17 November 2015. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Shaun the Sheep Season 5". YeloTV. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
- "Shaun the Sheep: De redding nabij? (season 5, episode 1)". VPRO. 1 December 2016. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
- "Shaun the Sheep: Timmy en de draak (season 5, episode 20)". VPRO. 1 January 2016. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
- DeMott, Rick (21 June 2007). "Aardman's Shaun The Sheep Comes To Disney Channel In U.S." Animation World Network. Retrieved 5 August 2020.
- DeMott, Rick (19 October 2005). "Aardman's Shaun The Sheep Munches His Way Around The World". Animation World Network. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- BestMediaInfo Bureau (17 August 2012). "Nickelodeon brings back 'Shaun the Sheep' in a new avatar". Best Media Info. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "CBBC - Schedules, Monday 3 February 2014". BBC. 3 February 2014. Retrieved 1 February 2014.
- "Shaun the Sheep 3D shorts coming to Nintendo Video". GAME. 20 February 2012. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- Shaun the Sheep (8 January 2016). "Mossy Bottom Farm Shorts - Shaun the Sheep (Coming soon!)". YouTube. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
- "Shaun The Sheep Championsheeps". BBC. 10 February 2012. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- Milligan, Mercedes (15 October 2014). "Shaun the Sheep Gets First Half-Hour Special". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 24 October 2014.
- "BBC - A Winter's Tale From Shaun The Sheep coming to BBC One - Media Centre". www.bbc.co.uk.
- "'Shaun The Sheep' Flocks To The BBC & Netflix For A 2021 Christmas Special". uk.movies.yahoo.com.
- "Netflix Releases Dates for Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence's 'Don't Look Up,' Jane Campion's 'The Power of the Dog' and More".
- Milligan, Mercedes (19 February 2020). "New 'Shaun the Sheep' Series Joins Netflix Flock in March". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 22 February 2020.
- Venning, Harry (12 March 2007). "TV Review". The Stage. Archived from the original on 30 September 2007. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- Banks-Smith, Nancy (6 March 2007). Last Night's TV. The Guardian (UK). Retrieved 3 April 2007.
- "The painstaking production of Shaun the Sheep". The Telegraph. 20 November 2009. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- Arthur, Charles (20 March 2007). "Roll over, Pixar – Shaun the sheep's here to tickle your funny bone". Charles Arthur. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Children's in 2010". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 22 October 2015.
- "Children's in 2014". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 22 October 2015.
- "Children's in 2015". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 22 October 2015.
- Foster, Elizabeth (17 October 2016). "International Emmy Kids Awards announces nominees". Kidscreen. Retrieved 17 October 2016.
- "Children's in 2016". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
- Loveday, Samantha. "Timmy Tales". Licensing.biz. Archived from the original on 27 July 2011. Retrieved 23 January 2009.
- "Aardman Animations plan new Shaun the Sheep film". BBC. 27 January 2011. Retrieved 28 April 2011.
- Hopewell, John (14 September 2015). "'Legend,' 'Shaun,' Smash Benchmarks for Studiocanal". Variety. Archived from the original on 15 September 2015. Retrieved 15 September 2015.
- "Shaun the Sheep (2015)". Rotten Tomatoes.
- "Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015) - Box Office Mojo".
- Tartaglione, Nancy (25 October 2016). "Aardman, Studiocanal Reunite Flock For 'Shaun The Sheep Movie 2' – AFM". Deadline. Retrieved 25 October 2016.
- Remo, Chris (16 June 2008). "Q&A: D3 Talks New Coraline, Shaun The Sheep Deals, Strategy". Gamasutra. Retrieved 16 June 2008.
- "Shaun the Sheep: Off His Head". GameSpot. Retrieved 8 November 2012.
- "Shaun the Sheep Flash game". Shaunt The Sheep. Archived from the original on 17 July 2013. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Home Sheep Home". iTunes. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- Gary Cutlack (9 December 2011). "Aaardman Returns With Updated Home Sheep Home 2 Casual Game". Gizmodo. Retrieved 9 February 2018.
- "Home Sheep Home 2 on Steam". Retrieved 9 February 2018 – via Steam.
- "Costume Mario". Super Mario Wiki. September 2021.
- Ltd, Aardman Animations. "Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition game". www.homesheephomegame.com.
- Sandbox, The (20 December 2019). "Partnership Announcement: The Sandbox Ft. Shaun The Sheep". Medium.
- BWW News Desk (22 February 2011). "SHAUN'S BIG SHOW Debuts at Stoke-on-Trent's Regent Theatre, Mar. 9 -13". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 28 April 2011.
- "A star is Shaun: Sheep joins Bristol panto line-up". 8 October 2015.[permanent dead link]
- "Shaun the Sheep joins RWC 2015 flock" (Press release). International Rugby Board. 26 September 2013. Archived from the original on 3 October 2013. Retrieved 26 September 2013.
- "VisitEngland teams up with Shaun the Sheep to promote holidays at home this year" (Press release). VisitEngland. 14 January 2015. Retrieved 10 October 2015.
- "Shaun in the City". Shaun in the City. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Shaun in the City". Visit London. 31 May 2015. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Welcome to Skåne Djurpark". Skånes Djurpark. Retrieved 7 August 2016.
- Bennet, Geoff (29 October 2014). "Bristol's Shaun the Sheep to be star of new family tourist attraction". Bristol Post. Archived from the original on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
- "Aardman launches interactive Shaun the Sheep game experience". Blooloop. 23 November 2021. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
- "Shaun the Sheep: Season 1". Amazon. Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- "Shaun the Sheep: Season 1". Retrieved 20 February 2018.
- "Shaun the Sheep: Season 2". Amazon. Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 1". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 2". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 3". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 4". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 5". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.
- "Shaun The Sheep - Season 1-5 | Boxset". Sanity. Retrieved 3 December 2019.