Friday December 6, 2019

Treehouse Republic brings back young cartoon hurlers Ballybraddan heroes return for second shot at glory

14th April, 2019

Ten years after series one aired, Ballybraddan will return to Irish airwaves as the children’s TV series is resurrected by Treehouse Republic.

The Dublin animation studio secured €1.3 million in funding to make the second series of the show. The first series was created by Geronimo Productions. Now Treehouse Republic has optioned the title and continued the story from series one, setting it one year after Ballybraddan failed to win the championship.


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