Mya Go shows the way to go for children's TV

Mya Go shows the way to go for children's TV
Gap in the Irish animation market. Pic: Pixabay

Mya Go is one of the few shows that has broken through and speaks to Irish children in the same accents that their parents use. However, this should be happening more often

It is a delight to watch the latest pre-school animation series Mya Go on RTÉjr. The main character in the show is five-year-old Mya, who lives in the bustling and sunny town of Everyday, and who meets a variety of characters during the course of the series. The show is a family affair as it was based on Mya Foley, the daughter of the show’s creator and director, Alan Foley.

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