It’s time to celebrate the holidays with Tickety Toc, the animated hit TV series for preschoolers from Zodiak Rights! Families from coast-to-coast can join their favorite comedic twin stars, Tommy and Tallulah, and all their adorable Tickety Town friends for non-stop seasonal fun in”Christmas Present Time”, a brand-new half-hour special, premiering Saturday, December 14, on Nick Jr. The holiday special will re-air on Tuesday, December 24, and Wednesday, December 25.
As Christmas Eve falls upon Tickety Town and all the townsfolk are busy putting their final preparations together for a Tickety Christmas, a sudden crash landing by Santa throws everything into turmoil. The reindeers have caught a chill, Santa’s sleigh is broken and all the presents are spread across Tickety Town. It’s up to Tommy and Tallulah to work together “quickity tickety” and come up with a plan to save Christmas before it’s too late! The festive, fun-filled special also features a Christmas song that will have the whole family singing along.
Tickety Toc presents the everyday adventures of 6-year-old twins, Tommy and Tallulah, as they work to “chime the time” and keep everything running like clockwork in Tickety Town. Through the hilarious heroes’ madcap adventures, Tickety Toc explores teamwork, social responsibility and problem solving – important concepts for preschoolers as they learn and grow.
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