Nerd Corps Producing Its First Preschool Series “Kate And Mim-Mim”

Vancouver-based Nerd Corps Entertainment, known for its action-adventure series such as Dragon BoostersStorm Hawks and League of Super Evil, is producing its first animated preschool animated series, a 26×22-minute CG show titled Kate and Mim-Mim. The show is created by the husband-and-wife team Scott and Julie Stewart.

Kate and Mim-Mim is a “character-driven comedy” targeted at kids aged three to six. The show show revolves around a five-year-old named Kate and a plush toy bunny named Mim-Mim, who can grow to ten times her size. Together, the duo travel to imaginary worlds.

Announced at the MIPCOM conference in France, Kate and Mim-Mim has a UK broadcast deal in place with CBeebies and FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) will coordinate the worldwide distribution and licensing rights outside of Canada.

Bob Higgins, FME’s Executive Vice President of Kids & Family Entertainment, said, “Nerd Corps are a hugely creative company and we’re thrilled to be a part of this series. Kate and Mim-Mim is the first of what we think will be many fantastic and fun preschool projects from Nerd Corps and we’re looking forward to introducing it to kids around the world.”


  • LOSE Fan

    Well, Nerd Corps is pretty great *left hand* and there are surely some fantastic preschool shows e.g Pocoyo *right hand* so… *put’s his hands together* I’M ON BOARD!

  • Kevin

    Scott and Julie are two if the nicest people you could ever meet in this industry! Not only do they deserve this success, but this show looks and sounds amazing! It also looks like a show that parents will be able to watch alongside with their kids. I’m excited to see the final production.

  • http://www.taminglight.com Bob MacNeil

    Wishing Scott and Julie success with this!

  • roman kobryn

    Scott and Julie are the best!!! They are super talented and I wish them much success with Kate and Mim-Mim! I’m looking forward to watching the show when its released.

  • sarah

    They even came to my hipster animation school in Montreal looking for people to hire for their productions. Anyways nice to see something entirely made in Canada. YAY