With a longer format, the Emmy-nominated, international hit show from the makers of Oscar’s Oasis returns for a fourth season.
At 11 years old, Angelo is a little young to be a called wise-guy but he’s certainly well on his way. From elaborate plans to comic strategies, Angelo sweet-talks and works his way around his various adversaries and problems. He’s a genius with a knack for getting out of trouble.
He’s a stop-at-nothing kind of kid, undaunted by any thing put in his way. The bigger the challenge, the bigger the plan. Angelo without a plan? Unthinkable.
Sure, he’s got the usual obstacles – siblings, parents, and school rules. Who hasn’t? He hasn’t got any superpowers to rely on, just his wits.
The main weapons in his arsenal are clever planning, irreverent attitude, a rebellious nature, optimism, and, most of all, charisma.
Combine those traits with his two best friends, Sherwood, the king of logistics and Lola whose own enthusiasm can even eclipse Angelo’s, and you’ve got a winning trio.
With a knowing smile and an arched eyebrow, Angelo can give you the lowdown on how to get exactly what you want. If you know what’s good for you, you better listen closely…
Based the French series of books Comment Faire Enrager, written by Sylvie de Mathuisieulx and illustrated by Sébastien Diologent.
2010 - Pulcinella Award for Best Kids' TV Series
2011 - BANFF nominee
2011 - "Who Killed the Rabbit?" is selected for the Annecy Festival
2011 - Nominated at BANFF
2011 - "Who Killed the Rabbit seleccted for the International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlin, Czech Republic
2011 - Nominated at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival
2012 - Nominated for Best Short Film For Children, Anima Mundi
2013 - International Kids' Emmy® Nominee
2013 - Nominated at Trickfilm Festival.
2014 - Nominated at Athens Animfest
2017 - Chicago International Television Awards- Silver Plaque for Best Animated Series
2018 - Pulcinella Award for Best Kids' TV Series
The first episode of Angelo Rules was watched by over one million viewers on April 5th 2010, representing over 30% of market share among the 4 to 10 and 11 to 14 years old audiences. In 2009 Angelo Rules ranks first at MIPCOM Junior, as the most viewed program out of hundreds of shows. The first series of Angelo Rules has been seen in over 100 countries.