MGA Entertainment, Inc. and Nickelodeon are working together to create 52, half-hour episodes of the show.
"Kids adore the Lalaloopsy line and will now be able to engage with these characters in a whole new way when we bring them to life on TV for the first time," Teri Weiss, executive vice president of production and development of Nickelodeon Preschool, said in a statement. "The Lalaloopsy world is filled with magic and surprises that will delight preschoolers while teaching important lessons about teamwork and friendship."
"Lalaloopsy is a major, growing global brand. Besides toys, Lalaloopsy has attracted over 200 blue chip licensing partners such as Activision, Scholastic, Fab, to name only a few. We are delighted to partner up with Nickelodeon, the greatest kids TV brand in the U.S. to air this outstanding series based on an award-winning brand. The series is certain to fuel the brand to new heights," said Isaac Larian, chief executive officer of MGA Entertainment.
A premiere date for "Lalaloopsy" hasn't been announced.