NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nickelodeon takes adventure to new heights in the brand-new CG-animated preschool series Top Wing (26 episodes), premiering Monday, Nov. 6, at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT). The action-packed series follows a team of eager young birds as they work together to help their island community, go on amazing adventures and earn their wings as full-feathered rescue birds. Produced by 9 Story Media Group, Top Wing features storylines that help preschoolers build self-confidence, and includes lessons about perseverance and hard work. Following its U.S. launch, Top Wing will roll out internationally in 2018.
Top Wing follows four best friend rescue birds--Swift, Penny, Rod and Brody--who are training to earn their wings at the Top Wing Academy on Big Swirl Island. With the help of their mentor Speedy, and unique turbo-charged vehicles and high-tech gadgets, the cadets are assigned different missions to sharpen their rescue skills and help those in need while learning valuable lessons along the way.
In Top Wing’s series premiere, “Time to Earn Our Wings,” cadets-in-training Swift, Penny, Rod and Brody gather at Top Wing Academy where they learn to pilot their new vehicles and become the best rescue team Big Swirl Island has ever seen.
Meet the Top Wing cadets:
Leading up to the linear series premiere of Top Wing, an all-new full-length episode and short-form content are available now on NickJr.com and the Nick Jr. App.
Top Wing is created by Matthew Fernandes of Industrial Brothers (Dot, Yup Yups, Gummandos) and executive produced by Scott Kraft (co-creator, Fresh Beat Band; executive producer/head writer, PAW Patrol), Vince Commisso for 9 Story Media Group and Matthew Fernandes and Arthur Spanos for Industrial Brothers. It is the newest series to join Nick’s top-ranked preschool roster, airing alongside hit series like PAW Patrol , Blaze and the Monster Machines , Shimmer and Shine and Sunny Day .
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