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Why did LazyTown get Cancelled?
That's mainly because, after a dispute with Nickelodeon, the TV channel which shows its programme in the US, LazyTown is unable to cash in on licensing deals in that country, the most lucrative market for children's merchandise, until 2011.
What is Robbie Rotten's name?
Icelandic actor Stefan Karl Stefansson, who played LazyTown villain Robbie Rotten, has died aged 43 from cancer. Stefansson was best known for his role on the children's show, which was produced from 2004 to 2014. He was initially diagnosed with bile duct cancer in 2016, but said it had been removed with surgery.
When did LazyTown come out?
August 16, 2004 LazyTown / First episode date LazyTown is an Icelandic children's television series created by Magnús Scheving. It was commissioned by Nickelodeon in 2003 and first aired on 16 August 2004.
What happened to Sportacus?
Career after LazyTown After LazyTown Entertainment was bought by Turner Broadcasting in the summer of 2011, Magnús announced that he would be departing the role of Sportacus in late 2014 (after the end of the TV series), passing it on to Dýri Kristjánsson, who played Sportacus in all subsequent live shows.
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Oct 23, 2020 · LazyTown Extra is an Icelandic-British television program produced by LazyTown Entertainment, based on the original series LazyTown. No. of episodes: 26 Original languages: Icelandic, English Original release: 15 September –; 28 October 2008 Genre: Live action
May 12, 2021 · LazyTown (TV Series 2002–2014) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
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