Zuzu & the Supernuffs

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ZuZu & the SuperNuffs is an animated children's television series that follows the adventures of a group of alien Nuffs, who have been sent to another planet on a mission. It first aired in 2013 on KidsCo. [1]



A trail-blazing intergalactic radio star anxious to escape her serious life, discovers she has magical powers when five furry aliens crash land in her room.


ZuZu & the SuperNuffs was created by Zara & Troy Swindells-Grose, who developed the series along with producer Julie Eckersley for Matchbox Pictures Australia. KidsCo launched in 2007 and was seen in more than 100 territories worldwide. [2] The show was dubbed in more than 16 languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Malaysian and Indonesian. [3]

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