K9 the TV Series

K9 on Channel Five

K9 made his UK Terrestrial Début 18th December 2010 on channel Five. A UK DVD release containing the first 13 episodes was released in January. At the SDCC 2011 the K9 toy was revealed.

K9 the TV Series

K9 and his three teenage companions become the earth’s front line defence against dangers threatening from anywhere and anytime in the galaxy.

K9 Disney Channel Europe

They will have a lot of fun, action, adventure, and some scares along the way, saving the earth from alien creatures, monsters and more than a few human threats.

View our ‘themes’ section to find extra information on the shows themes including the Department, Professor Gryffen’s house and the Space Time Manipulator.

K9 the TV series is now airing on many of the Disney XD and Disney Channels across Europe. K9 will start airing on Channel Five this winter.

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Production commenced in early December 2008 on a specially built set just outside Brisbane, Australia. The series started airing in Scandinavia on the 11th January 2010. Turkey, Poland and Central and Eastern Europe started airing the series on the 6th February 2010.

K9 Disney Channel Europe

The first series was funded by Disney XD and Park Entertainment. As the character of K9 is owned by Bob Baker and Dave Martin the show has no connection with the BBC.

The show features the original Mark 1 K9. The Time Lords (not mentioned in the show for copyright reasons) are said to have fitted K9 with a regeneration facility. K9 gets destroyed in the first episode and then later regenerates into a new model

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