Masha and the Bear Parents Guide
Masha and the Bear is a Russian animated television series created by Oleg Kuzovkov, loosely based on the oral children’s folk story of the same name.
The show focuses on the adventures of a little girl named Masha and her caring friend, the bear that always keeps her safe from disasters.
The series is distributed by Animaccord Animation Studio. However, the production company is Animaccord Animation Studio.
Masha and the Bear Age Rating
Series Masha and the Bear is Rated TV-Y for the thematic elements portrayed in programs that are specifically designed for a very young audience.
TV-Y – The material shown is designed to be appropriate for children of all ages.
Masha and the Bear Parents Guide
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|All episodes contain cartoon adventures.|
|Bears are dancing throughout the series.|
|The series contains a lot of comedy scenes.|
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Masha and the Bear Release date
The Season 4 of the Series Masha and the Bear was released on 01 August 2021.
Official Poster and Details
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|Series Name||Masha and the Bear|
|Genre||Animation, Action, Comedy, Family|
|Release date||01 August 2021|
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Series Masha and the Bear Overview
Masha and the Bear Wallpaper and Image
Masha and the Bear Official Trailer
Summary of Masha and the Bear
- Masha as a diminutive form of Maria is a three-year-old girl who is portrayed as naughty and hyperactive and always thinks about playing.
- The bear is a retired circus Kamchatka brown bear who lives in a house hollowed out of a tree in the forest.
- A terrier, a goat, and a pig live outside Masha’s house in her front yard, but almost every time Masha comes out, they hide themselves to avoid her.
- The She-Bear is a female grizzly bear.
- Dasha is Masha’s cousin from Moscow, who looks like Masha, but is more “ladylike”, has blue eyes, wears blue glasses and an orange dress.
- Panda is a panda cub and the Bear’s young cousin from China.
- A Siberian tiger who is Bear’s best friend from their days performing together in the Moscow circus.
- A Himalayan black bear, who is Bear’s worst enemy and Bear’s chief rival for the attentions of the She-Bear.
- An adélie penguin that first appears in “The Foundling”, as an egg that Masha finds and makes the Bear hatch.
- Boris Kutnevich as Medveditsa
- Alina Kukushkina as Masha
- Mark Kutnevich as Panda
- Guillermo Díaz as Comentarista deportivo
- Fred Tatasciore as Santa Claus
- Kaitlyn McCormick as Masha
- Eduard Nazarov as Ded Moroz
- Irina Kukushkina as Medveditsa
Masha and the Bear Age Rating and Masha and the Bear Parents Guide
Know about Masha and the Bear Parents Guide. Why Masha and the Bear received this age rating? Read the complete information here about Masha and the Bear age rating in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.
Masha and the Bear is rated G in Australia, AA in Mexico, O+ in Russia, TP in Spain, U in the United Kingdom, TV-Y in the United States.
In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system), BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).
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