Disney Channel will debut the third season of CHARLIE AND LOLA, the preschool series about a pair of supportive siblings, on Saturday, Oct. 13 (11:30 am, ET/PT) during the learning-focused Playhouse Disney programming block. The new season consists of 14 episodes in which considerate seven-year-old big brother Charlie patiently helps his feisty yet endearing four-year-old sister Lola through preschool-age challenges, such as school, coping with change, fear of thunder, first sleepovers and going to the eye doctor.
Based on the award-winning children's book series by Lauren Child, CHARLIE AND LOLA is characterized by its 2D digital animation combined with paper cutout, fabric design, real textures, photo-montage and archive footage.
The show will air daily at 11:30 am, ET/PT during the Playhouse Disney programming block.
CHARLIE AND LOLA is a production of London-based Tiger Aspect Prods. The series was created by author and illustrator Lauren Child. Claudia Lloyd is the exec producer. Kitty Taylor is the director, and the design is by Leigh Hodgkinson.