About the Show

Educational Science Series
6-9 year-olds
3 Seasons – 42 x 30’ episodes
Format Rights available

Finding Stuff Out is a show that gives kids what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them! Each episode answers questions from real kids like “Why does the moon follow you?”, “Do plants think?”, “Why do we have to eat?” and “Why can’t everything be solar-powered?”. Harrison is the host and he digs up the answers by doing experiments, getting the coolest guests and researching the most incredible facts ever. On Finding Stuff out viewers will see the most amazing things, find stuff out that they always wondered about, and laugh along with Harrison.

Where to Watch

tvo: http://tvo.org/schedule
Knowledge Networkhttp://knowledge.ca/schedule
Watch episodes onlinehttp://www.tvokids.com/shows/findingstuffout

Interactive

Play Gameshttp://www.tvokids.com/games/findingstuffout
Download the FSO apphttps://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/finding-stuff-out/
Read the FSO ezine:  http://www.findingstuffout.com/zine/

Awards

CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS – 2016
Winner – Best Children’s or Youth Non-Fiction Program or Series
Winner – Best Host in a Pre-School, Children’s or Youth Program or Series
Nomination – Best Writing in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series

YOUTH MEDIA ALLIANCE AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE – 2015
Nomination – FSO 2 Senses:Sight – Best Television Program, All Genres, Ages 6-8
Nomination – FSO 3 Poop – Best Television Program, All Genres, Ages 6-8
Nomination – FSO 3 – Best Convergent Website

JAPAN PRIZE – 2014
Finalist – Audiovisual Division, Primary Category

WGC SCREENWRITING AWARDS – 2014
Winner – Children & Youth category, for “Babies and Families”
Nomination – Children & Youth category, for “Plants”

CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS – 2014
Nomination – Best Children’s or Youth Non-Fiction Program or Series
Nomination – Best Writing in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series

YOUTH MEDIA ALLIANCE AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE – 2013
Nomination – Best Television Program, All Genres, Ages 6-8
Nomination – Best Convergent Website

JAPAN PRIZE – 2013
Finalist – Audiovisual Division, Primary Category

WGC SCREENWRITING AWARDS – 2013
Nomination – Children & Youth (live action & non prime-time) category, for “Animals Big and Small”

CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS – 2013
Nomination – Best Children’s or Youth Non-Fiction Program or Series
Nomination – Best Cross-Platform Project Children’s and Youth

BANFF ROCKIE AWARDS – 2012
Nomination – Best Children’s Programs (2+) – Non-Fiction

Acquisitions

Acquisitions Contact: Mindy Laxer (mindy@apartment11.tv)

Partners

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