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Peep and the Big Wide World (also known as Peep) is an animated children's television series created by Canadian animator Kaj Pindal. It revolves around the lives of Peep, Chirp, and Quack, as viewers discover, investigate, and explore the world around them. The series premiered on April 12, 2004, on Discovery Kids and on TLC as part of their Ready Set Learn children's block, and on the same day on TVOKids and PBS Kids. It was produced by WGBH Boston (through its kids division WGBH Kids) and 9 Story Media Group (formerly 9 Story Entertainment), in association with TVOntario and Discovery Kids and is distributed by Alliance Atlantis (through AAC Kids).

Carriage on the Discovery children's networks ended on October 10, 2010 with the discontinuation of Ready Set Learn and the replacement of Discovery Kids with The Hub, and now, Discovery Family. Since 2004, it continues to be offered to public television stations via independent public television distributor American Public Television to the present day. Since January 1, 2018, the series (alongside Pocoyo, which is seen after the program) is distributed by both PBS Kids and APT. Throughout its run, it has been underwritten by the National Science Foundation, with Northrop Grumman underwriting season four in 2010.

Each episode consists of two 9-minute stories, which are animated segments, and two 2-minute live action segments, in which children explore and demonstrate the same topic presented in the animated segment.

Cast

Character Actor
Peep (Peep and the Big Wide World).png
Peep

Scott Beaudin (seasons 1–3)
Shawn Molko (season 4)
Maxwell Uretsky (season 5)
Chirp (Peep and the Big Wide World).png
Chirp

Amanda Soha
Quack (Peep and the Big Wide World).png
Quack

Jamie Watson
Narrator
Joan Cusack

International versions

Language Title Channels
Peep and the Big Wide World - title card (Arabic, Basma).jpg Arabic
(Almajd Network)
كوكو صوصو و بطوط Almajd Network
Basma
HADIF.TV
ARABIC LOGO PEEP.png Arabic
(Media Link International)
بيب والعالم الكبير MBC3 (formerly)[1]
Qatar TV (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - title card (Croatian).png Croatian Pipi i prijatelji otkrivaju svijet HRT 2 (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Danish Pip og den store vide verden DR1 (formerly)
DR Ramasjang (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Dutch Peep en de wijde wereld NPO Zappelin (formerly)
FRENCH LOGO PEEP UPDATED.png French Pouic explore le monde France 5 (formerly)
TiJi (formerly)
Ici Radio-Canada Télé (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Hindi Peep and the Big Wide World Hungama TV (formerly)[2]
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Korean 호기심 대장 삐악이 KBS (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (Chinese Mandarin).png Mandarin (China) 小皮大世界 MOMO Kids
iQiyi
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Mandarin (Taiwan) 皮皮看世界 Disney Channel (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - title card (Persian).jpg Persian پیپ و دنیای وسیع بزرگ IRIB TV2 (formerly)
Digitoon
Peep and the Big Wide World - title card (Brazilian Portuguese).png Portuguese (Brazil) O Mundo Divertido de Peep Discovery Kids (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Portuguese (Portugal) O Curioso Mundo de Pio 2: (formerly) [3]
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (Latin American Spanish).png Spanish (Latin America) El mundo divertido de Peep Discovery Familia (formerly)
Discovery Kids (formerly)
V-me (formerly)
Vale TV
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Swedish Pip och den stora vida världen SVT1 (UR block)
SVT Barnkanalen (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Tamil குக்கு வும் அவனுடைய பெரிய உலகமும் Chutti TV (formerly)
Hungama TV (formerly)[2]
TELUGU LOGO PEEP.png Telugu కుకుల్కన్ టైమ్ Hungama TV (formerly)[2]
Kushi TV (formerly)
Peep and the Big Wide World - logo (English).png Ukrainian
(voice-over)
Піп відкриває світ UA:Перший (formerly)

References

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