Stop motion kids animation series, Scream Street, is to return to CBBC for a second series.

The show, produced by Coolabi Group, is being brought back to life by showrunner Giles Pilbrow (Spitting Image and Horrible Histories) and is co-produced and animated by award-winning animation studio Factory (Clangers, Strange Hill High) in Altrincham.

Based on the  book series of the same name by Tommy Donbavand, the all new, 26 x 11’ series features a whole host of new characters.

Luke the werewolf is voiced once more by Tyger Drew-Honey, with John Thomson, Debra Stephenson, Claire Skinner, Rasmus Hardiker, Tala Gouveia, and Jim Howick returning to voice the remaining residents of Scream Street.

Jeremy Banks, Chief Executive of Coolabi comments: “In a world where audiences of all ages are falling in love with strange and spooky stories, Scream Street is a fun-filled, weird and extremely wonderful show for younger audiences, brimming with tricks, treats and laugh-out-loud humour for all the family.”

Coolabi will be working with ZDF Enterprises to distribute the show internationally.

Jon Creamer

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