The Paz Show
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|The Paz Show|
|Created by||Mary Murphy|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||12|
|No. of episodes||80|
|Running time||8 minutes (regular)|
5 minutes (without live action segments)
|Production company(s)||Telescreen BV|
King Rollo Films
Open Mind Productions
|Original release||February 24, 2002 –|
Paz, also known as The Paz Show or Paz the Penguin, is a British animated television series that debuted on February 24, 2003 on Discovery Kids and TLC in the United States. It also aired on ITV in the United Kingdom. The show was produced by Telescreen BV, Egmont Imagination, King Rollo Films and Open Mind Productions, in association with Discovery Kids. The series was based on a series of books written and illustrated by Mary Murphy.
Awards and nominations
- Silver Honor - 2005 Parents' Choice Award
- Nominee - 2005 Humanitas Prize for Children's Television (episode Things Change by James Still)
- Nominee - 32nd Daytime Emmy Awards (2005) for Pre-school Children's Series
- Nominee - 33rd Daytime Emmy Awards (2006) for Pre-school Children's Series
- Nominee - 34th Daytime Emmy Awards (2007) for Outstanding Pre-school Children's Series
- "PAZ". Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- Daniels, Charley (June 7, 2005). "2005 Humanitas Prize Finalists Announced" (PDF). TV Week. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- THE NATIONAL TELEVISION ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 32nd ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS (PDF), Mar 2, 2005, retrieved 7 May 2016
- "THE NATIONAL TELEVISION ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 33rd ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS". Feb 8, 2006. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- "NOMINEES FOR THE CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING EMMY® AWARDS ANNOUNCED AT KIDSCREEN SUMMIT". Feb 7, 2007. Retrieved 7 May 2016.