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Paw Patrol to take over Nick Jr.

Published on: 14th September 2022

Paw Patrol will take over Nick Jr.’s channel on Saturday 1st October from 6am and will also air brand-new premiere episodes.  

On Saturday 1st October until Friday 14th October, Nick Jr. will be airing the rescue pups in action all day and night with a 24/7 back-to-back Paw Patrol marathon. Across the two-week channel takeover, audiences can enjoy 24 hours a day of uninterrupted Paw Patrol adventures, including special rescue missions and brand-new premiere episodes.

Paw Patrol is one of Nickelodeon’s and Spin Master Entertainment’s most popular and highly successful animated pre-school series. Staring seven heroic rescue pups Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Rubble, Zuma, Skye and Everest – who are led by a tech-savvy boy named Ryder, together they work hard to protect the Adventure Bay community. The series features a curriculum that focuses on citizenship, social skills and problem-solving.

Australia will also celebrate the highly successful Paw Patrol franchise in October, when Target customers will be able to complete ‘mighty missions’ in store and have the opportunity to become an honorary member of the Paw Patrol. A new range of product is available in all Target stores across Australia, online at target.com.au or on the Target App available in the app store. For more information, visit target.com.au/pawpatrol.

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