Sunday, March 3, 2024



A world of Odd-Paws is ready to be discovered! Entertainment One (eOne), Hasbro’s (NASDAQ: HAS) global entertainment studio, announced the launch of Odd-Paw Vet, a new intellectual property and digital animated series featuring brand-new characters, worlds, and stories for kids to discover… with a hybrid animal twist. The CGI animated series for kids ages 2-5, features Billie the Odd-Paw Vet and her Odd-Paw sidekicks, Rokz the Dino-Pup and Nova the Unicorn-Cat, as they explore a world of other Odd-Paw creatures in need of help, nurturing and care. The first three premiere episodes of Odd-Paw Vet are available to watch now on the official Odd-Paw Vet YouTube channel with a total of 40, 5-minute episodes dropping weekly thereafter. 

Odd-Paw Vet welcomes viewers to the fantastical town of Odd Springs where odd is good and a range of super-cute hybrid animals reside including Kangarafee (giraffe-kangaroo), Barrot (parrot-bear), Mummy and Baby Durtle (turtle-duck), Elefrog (elephant-frog), Pigoodle (pig-poodle), Drabbit (dragon-rabbit), and more. When these Odd-Paws need help, it’s up to Billie the Odd-Paw vet and her sidekicks to answer the call to care! 

“It’s exciting to be among the first to launch a brand-new property in the veterinary play space for young kids on YouTube with Odd-Paw Vet,” said Olivier Dumont, President of eOne Family Brands. “Being a digital first IP will allow us to test the appetite for these adorable and nurturing characters and learn from the viewing behaviors in real-time, with potential opportunities to expand the storytelling and brand in the future and truly build fandom organically.” 

Odd-Paw Vet is co-created by Emily Mullock and Patrick Baggatta, with Amuse serving as the production partner. Odd-Paw Vet is from the inhouse original digital team behind the hugely successful Peppa Pig Tales and Baby Alive original series on YouTube.

Greg Kinne
Greg Kinne
Greg started Culture Fiend as a way to discuss the many facets of pop culture. Greg usually surrounds himself with Star Wars action figures, Legos and a healthy supply of interesting films and unusual records.

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