Treehouse introduces This is Scarlett and Isaiah on Saturday, September 21 at 7 p.m. ET

Treehouse introduces This is Scarlett and Isaiah on Saturday, September 21 at 
7 p.m. ET 
New digital experience gives every child a This Is moment 
TORONTO, Sept. 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Corus Entertainment's preschool channel 
Treehouse will premiere This is Scarlett and Isaiah on Saturday, September 21 
at 7 p.m. ET. The third iteration of the popular award-winning preschool 
series, co-produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment and marblemedia, continues 
the legacy established by the first two series, This is Daniel Cook and This 
is Emily Yeung. 
Following in the footsteps of the series' previous well-known hosts, two 
precocious six-year-olds Scarlett and Isaiah will embark on brand new exciting 
adventures and discover the world in their own unique way, all from a 
preschooler's perspective. Viewers will follow Scarlett as she visits a 
butterfly conservatory, practices Jiu Jitsu and learns to walk a tightrope at 
circus school, just to name a few activities. Meanwhile Isaiah will learn to 
make wontons from celebrity chef Roger Mooking, go dog sledding, glean 
swimming tips from a paralympian swimmer and more. To view a sneak peek of the 
series, click here. 
"The 'This is…' series of shows are all about authentically reflecting the 
world of preschoolers," said J.J. Johnson, creator, co-executive producer, 
director, Sinking Ship Entertainment. "With Scarlett and Isaiah, we've lucked 
out and found two new spectacular little adventurers. Just like Daniel and 
Emily, they're funny, smart and thoughtful; the perfect hosts to open up the 
world to their peers. Here we are! Again." 
Along with the launch of the third series, kids will be able to dive deeper 
into the exploratory world of Scarlett and Isaiah through an interactive web 
experience produced by marblemedia interactive. Hosted by Scarlett and Isaiah, 
children can play along with entertaining games, discover hidden animated 
objects and collect virtual stickers to unlock videos. Parents can get in on 
the fun as well through the episode builder where they can cast their child in 
their very own episode to share with friends and family. Click here to play 
along with Scarlett and Isaiah and make your own "This is…" episode. 
"We're thrilled to be bringing two bright young hosts onboard to introduce the 
series to a new generation of preschoolers," said Jocelyn Hamilton, Vice 
President, Programming and Original Production, Corus Kids. "Parents and kids 
will also love the expanded digital content that will allow them to interact 
with the series even more and be the stars of their own 'This is…' 
experiences." 
The series began in 2004 with This is Daniel Cook, following six-year old 
Daniel as he explored, learned and created with everyone from chocolatiers and 
musicians to firefighters and dog trainers. The first series' accolades 
included three Alliance for Children and Television Awards, multiple Gemini 
Awards nominations and the prestigious Prix Jeunesse International Web Prize 
in 2006. Multi-award winning This is Emily Yeung followed in 2006, bringing a 
fresh female perspective to the series as Emily explored, learned and created 
in her own fearless way. 
About Sinking Ship Entertainment 
Sinking Ship Entertainment is an award-winning production and interactive 
company that creates and produces groundbreaking kids TV and transmedia 
content. Since its founding in 2004, Sinking Ship has created and produced 
some of Canada's most successful children's TV series and has been on the 
forefront of TV production and interactive media for kids. As the first 
Canadian partner of Amazon with the upcoming series Annedroids, to achieving 
Nick Jr.'s (U.S.) highest debut of all time with the smash series Dino Dan, 
Sinking Ship Entertainment brings dynamic Canadian content to audiences around 
the world. Not only are Sinking Ship series broadcast around the world, but 
Sinking Ship also films around the world with series like Are We There Yet? 
World Adventure, which filmed on location in over 30 countries. With over 
130 countries airing Sinking Ship shows and with over 40 nominations and 14 
awards, Sinking Ship is a leader in creating original IP. Sinking Ship's 
hands-on approach ensures a careful attention to detail that distinguishes the 
company from its peers by maintaining the full involvement of the partners of 
Sinking Ship from series creation to writing, directing as well as building 
in-house animation and interactive teams to ensure that the highest level of 
quality and ingenuity is a signature of Sinking Ship properties. 
About marblemedia 
marblemedia develops, produces and distributes engaging multi-platform 
entertainment experiences for audiences around the world. Named Transmedia 
Producer of the Year (2011) by Playback, marblemedia has won two Gemini 
Awards, been nominated for an Emmy® Award and was identified as a Next 
Generation Content Producer (2009) by The Hollywood Reporter. 
The company owns a 50-acre production ranch and operates a Toronto-based 
studio, home to 50 staff. With over 200 hours of programming distributed in 
more than 200 territories, notable projects include: the upcoming comedic 
Japanese game show Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong; the award-winning hit 
preschool seriesThis is Daniel CookandThis is Emily Yeung; the 
award-winning seriesTaste Buds;Skatoony, North America's first 
animated/live-action quiz show; the animated comedyDating Guy; the teen 
competition seriesThe Adrenaline Project; the physical game 
showSplatalot;What's in a Name, a discovery of the history behind popular 
household names; and the first multi-platform series in American Sign 
Language,deafplanet.com. The company was co-founded by Mark Bishop and Matt 
Hornburg in 2001. Experience marblemedia atwww.marblemedia.com. 
About Treehouse 
Treehouse offers premium preschool programming and a rich co-viewing 
environment for children and their parents. Delivering a strong balance of 
educational, values-rich and entertaining programs, Treehouse delivers 
high-quality children's series from Canada and around the world. A 
parent-trusted brand, Treehouse's highly interactive website, TreehouseTV.com 
reaches over half-a-million moms per month. Treehouse is part of Corus 
Entertainment's family of kids brands including YTV, Nickelodeon (Canada), 
Nelvana Studio and Kids Can Press. Treehouse is owned by Corus Entertainment 
Inc., a Canadian-based media and entertainment company. Corus is a market 
leader in specialty television and radio with additional assets in pay 
television, television broadcasting, children's book publishing, children's 
animation and animation software. The Company's multimedia entertainment 
brands include YTV, Treehouse, Nickelodeon (Canada), ABC Spark, W Network, 
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada), CosmoTV, Sundance Channel (Canada), Movie 
Central, HBO Canada, Nelvana, Kids Can Press, Toon Boom and 37 radio stations 
including CKNW AM 980, 99.3 The FOX, Country 105, 630 CHED, Q107 and 102.1 the 
Edge. Corus creates engaging branded entertainment experiences for its 
audiences across multiple platforms. A publicly traded company, Corus is 
listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (CJR.B). Experience Corus on the web at 
http://www.corusent.com/.
 

SOURCE  Corus Entertainment Inc. 
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