Gwen Stefani is an iconic figure in the worlds of music, fashion, and entertainment. Gwen is also the co-creator of the newest animated phenomenon ‘KUU KUU HARAJUKU”. Kuu Kuu Harajuku is a series that follows the hilarious antics of a very special up and coming all-girl band—HJ5!
Love, Angel, Music, Baby, and their inspirational leader G are the talented girls who make up HJ5. These five best friends are devoted to their shared dream of singing, dancing, and spreading their unique super-cute “kawaii” fashion around the globe. But thanks to some always dubious guidance from their hilarious and loveably incompetent manager Rudie, HJ5’s road to stardom seems guaranteed to be one wild and rocky ride, where nothing ever goes as planned. Every time the band tries to put on a show for their fans, something unexpected always seems to interrupt the girls and stop their gig before it even starts.
No matter what preposterous obstacles seem to get in the way of the band’s goals though (as well as threaten life on earth as we know it) – HJ5 always seem to find a way to use their unique talents to prevail and continue chasing their impossible dream (and sure, save the earth, too).
Will HJ5 ever make it big? Sign a record deal? Go on a world tour? Finish (or even start) a live show? Who knows? But as any true artist will tell you, it’s the journey that matters, not the destination. And the journey of G, Love, Angel, Music, Baby, and HJ5 is definitely not one you’ll want to miss.
Children’s Animated TV Series
Season 1 Completed – 2016
Season 2 Completed – 2017
Season 3 – In Production
No. of Episodes:
Season 1 – 52 x 11′
Season 2 – 52 x 11′
Season 3 – 52 x 11′
Vision Animation, Red Flags Fly Inc,
DHX Media and Film Victoria.
Nickelodeon Jnr (USA), The Hub (USA), Disney (AUS), ABC (AUS), Network Ten (AUS), Family Channel (Canada), Pop (Italy), iflix (Asia Pacific), teleToon+(Poland) ShowMax (Poland), Zoom (Israel), Ultra (Serbia/Croatia), Nuvu (Africa), Smart Çocuk (Turkey), e-junior (Middle East), MBC 3 (Middle East).
Nominated for Best 2D Animated Programme in the 2016 Asian Television Awards.