Mattel's Max Steel makes UK TV debut - ToyNews

Mattel's Max Steel makes UK TV debut

26-episode series premiered last weekend on Nicktoons.
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Mattel's new computer-generated boys TV series Max Steel has made its UK debut on Nicktoons.

The show premiered on Saturday, April 13th at 8am and future episodes will air on Saturdays and Sundays going forwards.

The Max Steel animated series - consisting of 26 episodes - follows the life and times of teenage boy Maxwell McGrath and his out-of-this-world alien companion Steel.

“It’s the perfect time to introduce kids to a modern day tech superhero they can relate to,” said Mattel's director of customer marketing Wendy Hill. 

"Max Steel is an exciting CGI-animated series that focuses on humour, friendship and teamwork with a positive message that empowers kids to unlock their greatest potential."

The TV series one part of the multi-platform action adventure entertainment franchise from Mattel. 

You can visit the Max Steel website here or read the full story on Licensing.biz.

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