The lovable cartoon star from the Berkshire underground is ready to return to the screens, with 13 new episodes of Moley coming to Boomerang on December 5th. He’s also set to make his Freeview debut, starring in the show’s Christmas special Master Moley: by royal invitation aired on POP, followed by the first 26 episodes at a later date.
Voiced by Warwick Davis, Moley is a charming and optimistic young mole who lives in a burrow deep under Windsor Castle in the bustling and bustling town of MoleTown. As the most famous mole on the subway, Moley is always in demand: every day he is invited to participate in events, make appearances, learn about new cultures and customs of moles from various walks of life, and share his knowledge. of the human world above.
In these new episodes, Moley takes on incredible and intriguing challenges, including competing against his fellow townspeople in MoleTown races, performing in a play, treasure hunting, and being the guest of honor at a fashion show.
Luckily, Moley has her best friends to help her navigate these sticky situations. Mona Lisa (Gemma Arterton) intelligence and class help her navigate the public eye, while her spunky best friend Dotty (Jessica Henwick) does a great job helping him on all his adventures.
Moley’s the returning voice talent roster also includes Stanley Tucci (Mismosh), Richard E. Grant (The gardener), Charles Dance (Mr James Moley), Julie Walters (Ms. Elizabeth Moley), Trevor Dion Nicolas (Lester), Togo Igawa (Mystical Mole) and Hilary Whitehall (Miss Petunia) joining Davis in her underground hijinks.
Moley was created by James Reatchlous, from bedtime stories he told his daughters and recorded in his journals. Years later, when he was suffering from lymphoma, his daughters brought the newspapers to the hospital to cheer him up. This reconnection eventually gave birth to the Moley animated series.
After the release of the first 26 episodes of Moleythis next batch delivers the next 13 out of a possible 52 in total. Moley is produced by Nottage Productions and directed by Leon Joosen, who worked on classic animations JThe Little Mermaid, Space Jam and scooby-doo.
The first episode, “Rally Ho”, features the annual MoleTown races, where each of the townspeople has their own unique car to compete for the grand prize. But how will Moley fare when he finds out there are no rules? Other episodes include “Paper Moleche”, “Mole in One”, and “Double Oh Moley”.
“The stories are such wonderful creations and I love the idea that MoleTown exists under the planet, a place where moles from different countries and backgrounds come together. I think it’s a great idea in today’s world. today,” says Davis.