Timmy Time

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  • TV-Y
  • 2009
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.7  (1,267)

Timmy Time is a British children's television series that aired on CBeebies from 2009 to 2019. The show is a spin-off of the popular children's series, Shaun the Sheep, also created by Aardman Animations. The show follows the adventures of Timmy, a young lamb who attends a nursery school for animals. Timmy is the youngest and smallest animal in the school, and he is always eager to have fun and learn new things.

Throughout the series, Timmy and his animal friends face a variety of challenges and obstacles that they must overcome. Whether it's learning to share, solving puzzles, or learning to work as a team, each episode presents a new lesson for the characters to learn.

One of the unique features of the series is its use of non-verbal communication. The animals do not speak, but instead use gestures, facial expressions, and sounds to communicate with each other. This adds an element of humor to the show as the characters often misunderstand each other and get into silly situations.

Timmy Time is voiced by the talented Kate Harbour, who also voices other popular children's characters such as Wendy from Bob the Builder and Emily from Thomas and Friends. Justin Fletcher, another well-known children's entertainer, also provides the voice for several characters on the show.

The show's animation is created using stop-motion techniques, which adds a tactile and tactile quality to the characters and scenes. The attention to detail in the animation is impressive, with each character and object being meticulously crafted by hand.

The show is designed for preschool-aged children and focuses on promoting positive values such as kindness, friendship, and teamwork. The episodes are short, with a runtime of around 10 minutes, making it an ideal show for young children with short attention spans.

One of the standout elements of the show is its theme song, which is catchy and upbeat. The song, which features the lyrics "Timmy, Timmy, Timmy Time," is sung by Justin Fletcher and is sure to get stuck in your head after just one episode.

In addition to the TV series, Timmy Time has also released several spin-off products, including books, toys, and games. These products allow children to continue their adventures with Timmy and his friends beyond the TV screen.

Overall, Timmy Time is a charming and entertaining show that is sure to delight young children. With its lovable characters, funny situations, and positive messages, it's no wonder that the show remained a favorite on CBeebies for over a decade.

Timmy Time is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on April 6, 2009.

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Timmys Christmas Surprise
1. Timmys Christmas Surprise
October 1, 2011
It's Christmas Eve at the Nursery and Timmy and his friends are very excited! There are decorations to be made, a Christmas tree to be chosen, letters to write to Santa and even a Special Santa post box to post them in ! Everyone is busy and full of jingly bell fun, so busy that they don't notice the blizzard outside until it's time to go home. When Osbourne looks out of the window he's shocked to see the Nursery Bus buried under a snowdrift, the lane is impassable, they're snowed in ! Timmy is very upset and his eyes brim with tears. He thought he'd be at home on Christmas morning unwrapping the present he wrote and asked Santa for - his dream bike. Osbourne and Harriet make the best of the situation creating a lovely, snug, Christmassy atmosphere. Timmy and his friends are going to have a surprise Christmas sleepover at the Nursery!
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Timmy Time is available for streaming on the CBeebies website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Timmy Time on demand at Amazon Prime, Netflix, Amazon, Vudu and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 6, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    6.7  (1,267)