Weird Waters® now streaming on Peacock

24 Aug, 2022

Follow BZ and I.M. Tiger, two tropical fish who accidentally land in the deep end of a magical pond. They soon meet Jam, a new friend who sweeps them away on a series of unbelievable adventures full of hidden realms, crazy monsters, and ancient mysteries. Along the way, these friends will learn that growing up is the wildest ride of all!
The cartoon series Weird Waters is expanding its reach! You can now follow the adventures of BZ, I.M. Tiger, and Jam on Peacock.

via 9 Story™ Distribution

We are pleased to announce that the animated series Weird Waters has recently been licensed to a number of new digital platforms including Peacock (U.S.), Roku (U.S., U.K., Ireland), Tubi (Australia, New Zealand, U.S.), Xumo (U.S.), and TV3 (Baltics). They join a growing list of broadcast platforms, including Discovery Kids (Latin America), Huashi TV (China), Ketchup TV (Ireland, U.K., Australia), and Yaaas Limited (Ireland, U.K., Australia). Weird Waters series targets kids ages four to seven.

Distributed worldwide by 9 Story Distribution International, produced by Wayletta Productions, Meticulous Media and Moondog Animation Studio, and represented by Courageous Artists, the series follows three Best Fish Friends Forever. Two tropical fishes, BZ and I.M. Tiger, accidentally find themselves in the deep end of a magical pond. Along the way, the duo becomes friends with Jam, who sweeps them away on a series of unbelievable adventures. Through hidden realms, crazy monsters, and ancient mysteries, these friends learn that growing up is the wildest ride of all. Visit weirdwaters.com for more information or learn about the show’s creator and the species behind the characters in AMAZONAS Vol 10.3, Wading into Weird Waters, and subsequent Keeping the Cast columns.

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