14th April 2010
We went to see The WotWots show at Westfield Chartwell ( a shopping mall) not so far from our house. Now let's see this clip:
What happened during the show? What did we really see? Hehehehe I'm so sorry but I have to tell you that I can only write about what happened by tomorrow since I had to do 101 things today. I can share what is actually these creatures.
These information is taken from the Wikipedia:
The WotWots is a New Zealand children's television show which debuted in 2009.
The show features two aliens, named SpottyWot and DottyWot, who spend their days exploring a zoo where their steam-powered spaceship has landed.This show also plays on Canada's Treehouse TV which played in early 2010.
ProductionThe WotWots is produced by Pukeko Pictures, a production company founded by filmmaker Richard Taylor and children's author Martin Baynton. The puppet-like WotWots characters are computer-animated over live-action footage by Weta Workshop, the visual effects company founded by Taylor, and well-known for its work on the The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
The series is filmed on location at several zoos: Auckland Zoo, Wellington Zoo (in New Zealand) and Melbourne Zoo (in Australia).
Co-creator Martin Baynton also narrates the series, interacting with the WotWots by asking them questions and translating their speech for the viewer. In the UK, the narration is performed by Nicholas Parsons. Baynton also provides the voice for SpottyWot, while New Zealand actress Nathalie Boltt voices DottyWot. Janet Roddick voices the WotWot's computer, but her voice is replaced by that of Fiona Lewis in the UK version.
Broadcast detailsThe WotWots made its debut in New Zealand on 23 March 2009 on the TV2 channel of the TVNZ network.
In Australia, the series debuted on ABC1 and ABC2, two channels of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, on 16 April 2009.
In the United Kingdom, the series began on 8 June on Five.
In Canada, the series began airing on Treehouse TV on 22 February 2010.