“Nanalan’” has been off TV for years but is now a huge hit on TikTok. The Canadian children’s show debuted in 1999, but has gained new popularity due to its growing viewership on TikTok. The show’s catchy songs are a big draw, including a tune featuring Mona, a little green puppet, in a princess outfit. The TikTok clip has been viewed over 9.5 million times. The creators started making “Nanalan’” shorts in 1999, and the series aired on CBC, Nickelodeon, and PBS for Kids. Mr. Shannon, the creator, has started making new videos with the puppets for social media and acknowledges the show’s newfound audience. The show originally ended in 1999, but it has now become popular again thanks to social media.
Uncovering the Mysterious Nanalan’ Success Story: How TikTok Has Brought Her Back into the Limelight
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