It seems that there is something happening in team PAW Patrol. Rubble, an English Bulldog will have his own spinoff! According to Deadline, the announcement was made last Thursday at Nickelodeon’s upfront.
If you have young children, it’s hard to ignore those pups. PAW Patrol is a children’s series featuredNickelodeon and Nick Jr. The The series follows the PAW Patrol TeamSearch-and-rescue dogs that protect Adventure Bay and their local community. All the dogs were modeled after emergency service professionals like Marshal the Dalmatian Chase the German Shepherd puppy Marshal, Marshal Marshal, Rocky, Rocky, Skye, who is an air rescue pilot, Skye (the mutt) who works to recycle, Skye (the cockapoo), who works to rescue people from danger, Rubble (the English Bulldog), who works on construction sites, Zuma (the chocolate lab) who works underwater rescue dog and Tracker The Chihua. Everest the Husky, Tracker, Tracker, Everest and Tracker are all of the husky. Ryder, a ten-year old boy, is the team’s leader and also takes care of the pups.
Paw Patrol was founded by Keith Chapman. He is also the creator of Paw Patrol and Roary the Racing Vehicle. Guru Studio animated the show and Spin Master Entertainment produced it. The show premiered in August 2013 and has been broadcast in more than 100 countries. Nickelodeon Upfront recently announced a new season. There are currently nine seasons. The pups also starred in their own film, 2021’s PAW Patrol: The Movie, with a sequel, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie, coming in 2023! These pups just haven’t run out of energy!
Rubble on the Double
It’s no doubt that Nickelodeon isn’t done with Paw Patrol, and neither are the young audiences. What’s not to love? It combines two amazing things. ChildrenA smart package that combines love, work, and dogs with grown-up jobs like police, construction and other security services. There’s a pup for every kind of kid to pick for their favorite, and the variety is perfect for both children and marketing.
With the Paw Patrol has been a huge success, it’s no wonder that one of them would break off from the team to star in his own series. Rubble seems like a popular choice among young audiences. After all, it’s hard to find a kid that doesn’t enjoy playing with construction toysThe dirt! The Official Paw Patrol WebsiteRubble can be described as a “sandpaper” “gruff but loveable English Bulldog that knows all about skateboards and snowboards. He loves to get dirty then jump into a bath. There’s no job Rubble’s construction digger can’t scoop up!”
It also makes sense that Rubble would get a bit of a spotlight considering Keith Chapman’s history with Bob the Builder. It is possible that Rubble-starring TV shows might follow a similar format. Adventure Bay could expand and Rubble may need to go on his missions. Perhaps we’ll get special guest appearances from the other pups on the team! Whatever the team decides on, it’s sure to be a smash hit with his fans.