One Good Bird Seeks to Break the Rules in Nickelodeon's Brand-New Animated Series 'Harvey Beaks'


A mild-mannered bird and his two wild best friends embark on a series of hilarious adventures in Nickelodeon’s brand-new animated series Harvey Beaks, debuting weekdays from Monday, 8 June at 5pm (PH), and weekly from Monday, 29 June at 6pm (TH/WIB), 6.50pm (HK/SG) and 7pm (MY). This 26-episode series, created and executive produced by C.H. Greenblatt (Chowder), tells the story of the unlikely friendship between Harvey, a kid who’s never broken the rules, and Fee and Foo, his two friends who’ve never lived by any.

Set in a magical forest, this new series follows one sweet bird on his mission to experience wild adventures with the help of his two best friends. Harvey, Fee and Foo’s connection only grows stronger throughout the series as they push each other into endless fun. In the first episode “Pe-Choo!”, in order to have an awesome time at the lake, Harvey has to do the one thing that’s the hardest for him–get in really big trouble. This is followed by the second episode “The Spitting Tree”. Spitting from the highest tree in Littlebark is fun until the kids realize they can’t get back down.

“Carl Greenblatt’s very funny and heart-warming stories fit directly in with Nickelodeon’s DNA and sensibilities,” said Russell Hicks, President of Content Development and Production, Nickelodeon. “In Harvey Beaks, viewers have the opportunity to discover the joys, triumphs and fears of growing up through thoughtful characters who push their limits and step out of their personal comfort zones.”

Viewers can visit the Harvey Beaks page on to learn more about the show and its characters, get a behind-the-scenes look at the series and play new games beginning 3 June, including “Harvey Beaks Pe-Choo!”.
Greenblatt began his career in animation as a storyboard artist and writer on Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants. He created and executive produced Chowderand was a storyboard artist and writer for The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy at Cartoon Network. He also directed his own version of the character Deadman for DC Nation shorts.

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