WordWorld (lost 2D/live-action test pilot of PBS Kids CGI animated educational series; existence unconfirmed; 2005)

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Concept art.

Status: Existence Unconfirmed

WordWorld is a CGI animated educational series that aired on PBS Kids from 2006-2011. The show's based on the books of the same name and also teaches children words with animals who's body's resemble the letters that spell out the name of their species, along with other miscellaneous objects like planes being built with letters that spell out that word.

Possible Test Pilot[edit | edit source]

In 2005 when the show was first being developed, there was some concept art that was made with the characters designed in 2D animation instead of CG like in the final show, speculating there was an early test pilot made using 2D animation.

The only sources of the test pilot's existence comes from an Animation Magazine article, which also mentions them experimenting with live-action, along with Patricia Atchison's resume mentioning she worked as a Story Artist for the series when it was in 2D.[1] No footage of the test pilot or any additional information has resurfaced as of September 2021.

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