Peg + Cat
Debut: January 01, 2013
Debut: January 01, 2013

an American/Canadian animated children's television series based on the children's book "The Chicken Problem", which was published in 2012.The series, which features the voice acting of Hayley Faith Negrin and Dwayne Hill, is created by Billy Aronson and Jennifer Oxley and produced by Fred Rogers Productions and 9 Story Media Group.[2][3] It debuted on most PBS stations on October 7, 2013, as part of the revamped PBS Kids brand.The show is targeted to children 3 to 5 years old. The goal is to "inspire preschoolers’ natural curiosity about math and help them develop new skills and strategies for solving problems creatively in their daily lives."[5] In keeping with the math theme, the animation is presented as if it were drawn on graph paper. On March 3, 2015, PBS Kids renewed Peg + Cat for a second season, which started on April 4, 2016.[6][7] On March 28, 2016, a one-hour two-part film aired on PBS Kids. This new film, titled Peg + Cat Save the World, focused on the duo being called upon by the President of the United States (voiced by Sandra Oh), to prevent a global disaster.[6] On March 14, 2016, PBS Kids released the first part of the film on its YouTube channel.Characters Peg – The main character, together with her talking cat, Cat. She is a young girl who wears a red hat and blue dress. She explains the situation in each episode directly to the "camera", announces when they have "a big problem", and reasons out solutions to math-related problems. During songs, she pulls out a ukulele and plays it. She has a special blue marble hidden under her hat. Her favorite crayon is "little bluey". She is voiced by Hayley Faith Negrin. Cat – An indigo cat whose best friend is Peg. He loves circles and accompanies Peg on her adventures. Cat often inspires Peg to realize a solution to a problem without being aware of it himself. Often helps to calm Peg when she is "totally freaking out". He was inspired by Jennifer Oxley's pet cat. He is voiced by Dwayne Hill. Ramone – A bo

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