From a media release:
Season two of Guardians Evolution, a stop-motion animated half-hour action adventure series for kids, will premiere on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) on Saturday, September 12th as the first of seven exciting new action-packed episodes take you further inside the lush Guardians Evolution worldscape. Guardians airs on APTN at 10am EST/MST/CST and on APTN HD at 10AM EST.
A cautionary tale, Guardians Evolution depicts the adventures of a group of idealistic teens, as they strive to rebuild civilization 41 million years in the future. The show features sharp, witty characters and a fresh take on the post-apocalyptic genre, with themes of humanism and environmentalism. Join Arimus, Erin, Kaultor, Chema, Valta and their new friend Rajiak as they find their way through a new Earth filled with exotic and often dangerous creatures on a quest to save humanity and the planet itself from their nemesis Ambrona’s greedy plans. The second season offers even more high-octane action and never before seen creatures and environments.
Guardians Evolution is the latest stop-motion animated TV series from the award winning creators of the ground-breaking Gemini Award winning TV series Wapos Bay which ran for five celebrated seasons and a made for TV movie, winning numerous national and international awards. The series is produced by five-time Gemini Award winner Anand Ramayya (Wapos Bay, Who Killed Gandhi?) principal of Karma Film Inc., and Doug Cuthand (Bionic Bannock Boys, Oskayak Down Under, Big Bear, Mywayawin) of Blue Hill Productions.
Guardians Evolution was produced with financial participation from the Canadian Media Fund, APTN, Shaw Rocket Fund, COGECO Program Development Fund, Creative Saskatchewan Screen-Based Media Production Grant Program, Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, Ontario Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit. Guardians Evolution is distributed by Picture Box Distribution Inc.
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