A colorful and contemporary CGI-animated TV series from Ludorum that reinforces early social readiness skills to help young trainees ride the rails of life,Â Chuggington airs daily on Disney Junior, Disney Channel’s programming block for kids ages 2-7 and their families.
The all-new episodic collection stars brave trainee Wilson, who takes to the rails with lots to do: he must make a special delivery to the ice cream fair, help Frostini create a new flavor for the mayor’s banquet and, somehow, help prevent a massive ice cream meltdown on the hottest day of the year!Â The non-stop fun continues when Wilson and friends Brewster and Koko visit the Chuggington ice cream factory, assist with a brave rescue at the Safari Park and embark on an exciting journey to the ice caves.Â Alongside helpful chuggers like Old Puffer Pete, and Mtambo, the young trainees — both on screen and at home! — discover important lessons about responsibility, cooperation, paying attention, overcoming fear and more!
And to “sweeten the deal,” two new promotional campaigns set to celebrate the release of Wilson And The Ice Cream Fair are sure to be the “cherry on top” forÂ Chuggington fans!Â Â Starting in May 2012, LUIGI’S Real Italian Ice packages will feature a coupon for $2 off on the purchase price of the new title or any otherÂ Chuggington DVD.Â In addition, consumers who purchase aÂ Chuggington DVD and any Joy Cone brand 42 count Mini-Cups or 18 count Color Cups from May 1 to October 30, 2012, will be entitled to receive a FREE Frostini die-cast train from TOMY (shipping and handling charges apply).
Chuggington has quickly become a global sensation since its debut in September 2008 in the U.K.Â The show has been licensed to more than 175 territories worldwide and has established ratings records in several key international markets, including the U.K., Germany, France and Australia.Â The series made its stateside debut in January 2010.Â In September, Disney Junior acquired all U.S. television rights to the property for Season Three.Â Disney Channel is currently available on basic cable in more than 99 million U.S. homes.