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Channel 4 and the LEGO Group, the iconic Danish toy manufacturer, are joining forces to launch Kids Rebuild the Future, a brand-new short form digital series for the broadcaster’s social media channels.

The four-part series, produced by Kalel Productions, features comedians Judi Love, Aisling Bea, Rhys James, and Katherine Ryan partnering up with kids to build LEGO creations that show the limitless world of their imaginations and ideas for a brighter future.

The kids’ imaginative ideas result in some interesting builds including a ‘super gadget school uniform’ and a ‘time-pausing watch’ – making the show both entertaining and inspiring.

Kids Rebuild the Future debuts this week on Channel 4’s YouTube channels, whilst shorter 60 second edits of each episode will be released on Channel 4’s Instagram and Snapchat accounts. Kids Rebuild the Future will also be available on All 4 episodically, and a bespoke linear TV ad will air during a premier break on the 18th of November on Channel 4.

David Amodio, Deputy Head of Digital Innovation & 4Studio said: “We are thrilled to be working with such an iconic brand on this new digital branded series. It’s another great example of how we’re working with brands to speak to new audiences across our growing social and owned channels...

"The LEGO Group have been the perfect partner which has enabled delivering something authentic, fun, entertaining, and impactful.”

Isabel Graham, Head of Marketing, UK and Ireland at the LEGO Group, said: “The LEGO System in Play has long been the ultimate platform for creative expression and we’re really pleased to be working with Channel 4 on this new digital series which showcases how, through LEGO play, children can build and rebuild anything they can imagine.”

Kids Rebuild the Future is part of the LEGO Group’s Rebuild The World campaign in the UK, which celebrates children’s endless creativity and imagination.


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