Animaccord to premiere new Masha and the Bear ‘Shorties’

Animaccord is launching a new spin-off from its popular Masha and the Bear show.

Called ‘Shorties’, the series will debut on digital platforms, with the exclusive premiere on Facebook and the subsequent release on YouTube.

It will cover short adventures of Masha and her forest pals with topics including education, entertainment and friendship among others. They will take place in new locations for the characters such as a toy store, restaurant, an airport and a museum.

Each episode will last for two minutes on average.

The Shorties premiere will also be released simultaneously in several languages – English, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic and Spanish (separately Latin America and Castilian) and published on the relevant official language Facebook page and YouTube channel of Masha and the Bear.

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