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Wishenpoof
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AMCThe Amazon original animated children’s series, Wishenpoof, about a girl with the power to make wishes come true, premieres today.

WITS Academy
Airs: October 30 at 7:00 PT/7:00 ET
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NickelodeonNickelodeon has the first season finale of WITS Academy at 7:00.  A spin-off of Every Witch Way, the teen drama follows Andi as she attends a prestigious school for witches and wizards.

Airs: October 01 at 8:00 PT/8:00 ET
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The series premiere of Wolfblood is on the Disney Channel at 8:00.  British pre-teen supernatural drama that centers on 14-year-old Maddy who has a secret: She’s a “wolfblood,” a creature — neither wolf nor human — that possess extraordinary strength, super speed and heightened senses.

 

Airs: October 24 at 8:30 PT/8:30 ET
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The first season finale of Wolfblood is on the Disney Channel at 8:30.  British pre-teen supernatural drama that centers on 14-year-old Maddy who has a secret: She’s a “wolfblood,” a creature — neither wolf nor human — that possess extraordinary strength, super speed and heightened senses.

Yes, Virginia
Airs: November 28 at 9:30 PT/9:30 ET
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CBSCBS continues with the holiday specials at 9:30 with Yes, Virginia, a 2009 animated re-telling of the famous 1897 New York Sun (newspaper, remember those?) editorial about a young girl (Virginia, was her name) who asked if Santa really existed.

 

Yes, Virginia
Airs: December 18 at 8:31 PT/8:31 ET
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ABCABC continues with the holiday specials at 8:31 with Yes, Virginia, a 2009 animated re-telling of the famous 1897 New York Sun (newspaper, remember those?) editorial about a young girl (Virginia, was her name) who asked if Santa really existed.

 

Zootopia
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NetflixAnd, if you’re looking for a good family film for movie night, check out Disney’s 2016 Oscar winning animated film, Zootopia, on Netflix.  When an otter mysteriously disappears from the animal city of Zootopia, a rabbit police officer teams up with a fast-talking fox to set things right.  The New York Times calls it “Funny, smart, thought-provoking,” here are the reviews.