Production of Sunny Day ramps up with Season Two
Apr 05, 2016
London – 5 April 2016
Silvergate Media (“Silvergate”), the international TV production and licensing company focused on pre-school children’s entertainment based in New York and London, announces that it is now in production with season two of Sunny Day, a new animated preschool series.
Sunny Day will launch on Nickelodeon in the US in early 2017. Season two comprises 20 x 22 minute episodes.
The series follows Sunny, the best hairstylist in her town and a natural leader who believes that every problem can be solved with determination and a little creativity. Sunny Day features themes that teach pre-schoolers about community involvement and self-confidence.
Waheed Alli, CEO, Silvergate Media said:
“We are excited to be working with Nickelodeon on these latest episodes for Sunny Day. This ground-breaking show has it all; action-adventure, comedy, great music, and a curriculum that encourages community involvement, self-confidence and resilience.”
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Notes to Editors
Silvergate Media is a creative content and licensing company driven by big ideas and big collaborations. Formed in 2011 following a buyout from Chorion by William Astor and Waheed Alli, with offices in New York and London.
Silvergate develops and produces world-class content built to inspire, entertain and engage audiences of all ages through innovative storytelling, great products and strong partnerships.
Silvergate has a number of assets based on characters and brands developed for pre-school children. Among their portfolio of projects in production are Peter Rabbit (currently in its second season), Octonauts (currently in its fourth season) and its newest preschool series, Sunny Day (first season to be aired in 2017).
Silvergate are currently in pre-production on several brand new programmes for partners including Disney, Nickelodeon and Netflix and their development slate continues to grow.