The aim of "Masha and the Bear" series is simple and urgent at the same time — the series tries to introduce eternal truths to a child in a clear and entertaining way, to present the world in its diversity and to reveal positive features of any situation. The series also tries to explain the logic of actions in various difficult situations and helps to struggle with your own weak points in an unobtrusive way.
Runtime: 7 minutes
Masha and the Bear - Boomerang (Latin America) - Netflix
Boomerang is a 24-hour cable television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting System. Initially it was focused an older audience, airing classical Hanna-Barbera cartoons, emulating the US variant of the channel. However, in 2006 it was rebranded as the Latin American version of POGO, an Indian children-oriented channel. Two years later, in 2008 it was rebranded again with its own original graphics and programming, appealing to a teen-oriented audience, featuring original and syndicated series and movies. It had also aired music clips and concert specials, under the “Boombox” block. The channel currently focuses on kids programming again, as it was rebranded on 28 September 2014 with a new logo, graphics and schedule.
Masha and the Bear - 2001–06 - Netflix
The channel was launched on 2 July 2001 with the same graphics and programming from the US variant of it. It used to air classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons that had been dropped from the Latin American variant of Cartoon Network back then.
Masha and the Bear - References - Netflix