Floogals
Discovering what it is to be hooman

52 x 11 minutes, photo-real-CGI/live action sitcoms in miniature.

Currently the highest rated show on NBC Sprout this ground breaking children’s animated series – shot in a real house with photo-real-CGI aliens – follows a trio of intrepid four-inch tall alien space explorers whose first experiences of the detail of everyday life in a suburban family home trigger a vast world of comic adventures.

Fleeker, Flo and Boomer are on their first mission away from their distant planet of Floog to observe and experience our world – planet Earth! Everything is new to them – as it was oh-so-very-recently for our audience of pint-sized explorers.  The Floogals have their own unique way of looking at our world and their fresh perspective enlightens our own – often literally.  Where a pepper mill is child’s play to us, in the tiny hands of a teeny alien it takes a good deal of ingenuity to find out how it works. Same with a key, a balloon, a set of scales, a tortoise, a toothbrush and yes, even a baby! …  We find out with them in close up real-deal-detail what these things are and how they work – with a good deal of slapstick comedy along the way.

Jellyfish worked tirelessly with Zodiak Kids to help bring this series to life creating and animating the characters for approximately 500 minutes of completed animation over the series. The particular challenge on this show was to turn around at the rate of one episode a week animation of sufficient quality and believability to seamlessly integrate into a live action world. This and much more was achieved with supreme skill and fantastic results. So much so that rumours of an imminent second series are close!

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