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Talking Tom and Friends heads to TV screens

New series launches on Boomerang in the UK this weekend.

It has notched up 4.9 billion app downloads and reached 300 million active monthly users across more than 230 different territories – and now the Talking Tom and Friends brand is coming to TV screens.

A new animated series will air on Boomerang in the UK from this weekend (Saturday September 10.)

There will be 52 11-minute episodes in the series, focusing on Talking Tom and his gang as they embark on a mission to become the next big global superstars.

The all-star voice cast includes Colin Hanks (Fargo, Mad Men) as Talking Tom, Tom Kenny (SpongeBob Squarepants) as Talking Hank and YouTube star Lisa Schwartz as Talking Angela.

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