Rabbids Invasion debuts in the UK next month on Nicktoons

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 14 January 2014 13:48 GMT

Rabbids Invasion will make its UK television debut via Nicktoons next month, Ubisoft and Nickelodeon have announced.

Consisting of an initial batch of 26 half-hour episodes, the premiere show ‘Omelet Party,’ finds the Rabbids stumbling across a farm. There, they become “fascinated with the chickens’ ability to lay eggs.”

The series will air weekdays at 4:30pm starting on February 3. To tide you over until then, you can play online games featuring the crazy critters and gain access to animated gifs and more through here.

Rabbids Invasion debuted in the US on Nickelodeon back in August 2013.

RABBIDS Chase from Nickelodeon UK on Vimeo.

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