Hanazuki: Full of Treasures premieres on Pop

Published on: 27th March 2018

The animation takes fans on an adventure full of colourful moods.

Hasbro’s Hanazuki: Full of Treasures comes to Pop, with season one premiering on the channel yesterday. The animated series invites audiences to discover a new far-off moon galaxy full of treasures, surprises and emotions, with a colourful cast of friends at the heart of it.

Hanazuki: Full of Treasures is inspired by character creations from Amsterdam based artists Niko Stumpo and Hanneke Metselaar, and brought to life by Hasbro through a rich and immersive storyline focused on the power of embracing how you’re feeling, no matter what your mood. Fans were introduced to the brand in the Hanazuki theatrical short that played before My Little Pony: The Movie, which was released in cinemas nationwide in October 2017.

Nina Scales, VP international distribution at Hasbro, commented: “Hanazuki is a strong, multidimensional and relatable heroine and we are excited to introduce her to Pop viewers across the UK. Hanazuki: Full of Treasures encourages audiences to embrace their ever-changing emotions and celebrate them in a uniquely empowering way. We know audiences will fall in love with Hanazuki and her magical and eccentric world.”

Season one of the series will feature x 27, 11-minute animated episode, airing weekdays at 10am and 4.30pm. From the 16th April it will move to its regular position of weekdays at 5pm and weekends at 10am, only on Pop. Fans can also engage with Hanazuki and her friends in the Hanazuki: Full of Treasures app.


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