This is Emily Yeung

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This is Emily Yeung
Genre Children
Created by J.J. Johnson
Blair Powers
Written by J.J. Johnson
Directed by J.J. Johnson
Starring Samantha Guarnaschelli
Judges Caillou Scott
Stephanie Anne Mills
Melanie Martinez
Voices of Sarah Gadon
Rob Tinkler
Ron Rubin
Peter Oldring
Ruby Snow
Marnie McPhail
Tajja Isen
Narrated by Sophia Descartes
Theme music composer Keith Macpherson
Opening theme "This is Emily Yeung"
Ending theme "This is Emily Yeung"
Composer(s) Michael Ella
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 67 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Mark J.W. Bishop
Matthew Hornburg
Producer(s) J.J. Johnson
Blair Powers
Matthew J.R. Bishop
Mark J.W. Bishop
Matthew Hornburg
Location(s) Toronto
Editor(s) Matthew J.R. Bishop
Daniel Palmer
Matt Burke
Dave Mitchell
Paul Winestock
Sarah Mooney
Camera setup Multi-Camera
Running time 6 minutes
Production company(s) Marblemedia
Sinking Ship Productions
Distributor Distribution 360
Release
Original network Treehouse TV
Playhouse Disney
Original release September 4 (2006-09-04) – December 20, 2006 (2006-12-20)
Chronology
Preceded by Miffy and Friends
Followed by This is Daniel Cook
Related shows This is Daniel Cook
I Dare You
This is Scarlett and Isaiah
This is Sarah and Logan
External links
Official website Website

This is Emily Yeung is a 2006 Canadian children's television series created by J.J. Johnson and Blair Powers. It is produced by Toronto's marblemedia and Sinking Ship Productions in association with Treehouse TV, and is the follow-up to their previous television series This is Daniel Cook.

This series follows six-year-old Emily Yeung as she takes on new experiences and challenges with her own unique perspective and with a variety of guests from an odd range of fields from snake handlers to basketball players to bakers. This is Emily Yeung airs on Treehouse TV in Canada and the Disney Channel in the United States. The series of sixty-five six-minute episodes and two thirty-minute specials has been sold by Distribution 360 to eighty-eight countries and dubbed into fourteen languages including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese.

The first DVD, This is Emily Yeung. Arts & Crafts was released on May 13, 2008. A second DVD, This is Emily Yeung. Celebrating the holidays was released on October 21, 2008.

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