What to watch on Turner

November on the Turner channels is bursting with new episodes of your favourite shows. 

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The Fungies

The Fungies

Weekdays at 6.30pm

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Long ago, on prehistoric Earth, lived a bustling town of colourful mushroom folk - The Fungies. Seth, a science-loving Fungie kid, is fascinated by how the world works and wants to tell Fungietown all about it. Joined by his brother Pascal, Seth stirs up trouble that leads him to hilarious and heart-warming discoveries. Like any kid, Seth goes to Fungie school and hangs out with his Fungie friends. Whether it's planning an epic show-and-tell presentation, trying to find his dinosaur friend, Pam, a job, or replacing his arm with a snake so he can be better at sports, Seth is always excited for something new.

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Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs

Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs

Weekdays at 6.30pm

Boomerang LogoJoin best friends Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble as they explore the open wilderness outside the town known as The Crags. Together, they travel around The Crags making new friends, fighting new enemies and learning about life and friendship through their endless crazy adventures.

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Super Wings

Super Wings

Weekdays at 6.30pm

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Don't miss brand new episodes of Super Wings this month! Join Jett and the rest of the Super Wings as they work together to solve the problems they encounter throughout their deliveries.


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