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PAW Patrol and Rubble and Crew Renewed

Nickelodeon and Spin Master Entertainment are doubling down on global preschool powerhouse PAW Patrol in its 10th anniversary year with season renewals of the top-rated series and its hit spinoff Rubble and Crew.

The award-winning animated series PAW Patrol has been given the green light for an 11th season (26 half-hour episodes), while Rubble and Crew has been renewed for season two (26 half-hour episodes).

PAW Patrol and Rubble and Crew Renewed

This news comes just ahead of the first-ever PAW Patrol and Rubble and Crew TV crossover event on Monday, July 31, as brand-new episodes of both series premiere back-to-back beginning at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. You can watch a promo for the crossover by scrolling down.

The 11th season of PAW Patrol will follow the paw-some pack of pups — Chase, Marshall, Rubble, Skye, Rocky, Zuma, Everest and Tracker — as they take on exciting new missions around Adventure Bay. Whether it’s exciting aerial adventures or fired-up rescues, new pup pals and action-packed episodes are on the way.

PAW Patrol and Rubble and Crew Renewed

In the upcoming second season of Rubble and Crew, Rubble, his friends and his family return to construct more pup-tastic builds, as the pups continue to help expand and grow their new town of Builder Cove.

The PAW Patrol and Rubble and Crew crossover event on Monday, July 31, features the following brand-new episodes:

11 a.m. (ET/PT) – PAW Patrol – “Charger Visits the Pups/Pups Save a Shiny Ride”
Rubble’s cousin Charger visits Adventure Bay just in time to help when Mr. Porter’s café gets destroyed by a geyser.

11:30 a.m. (ET/PT) – Rubble and Crew – “The Crew and Marshall Build a Fire Station”
Rubble and his family construct Builder Cove’s first-ever fire station, complete with an inspection by Marshall. When Speed Meister’s sneaky sabotage traps Marshall’s fire truck, the pups must work together to put out a blazing fire.

On Paramount+, a daring six-part special event, PAW Patrol: Moto Pups, will be available to stream starting Friday, Aug. 11. When the Ruff-Ruff Pack stops by Adventure Bay to cause some wheel trouble, the PAW Patrol needs some cool new moto moves and their purr-fect new friend, Wild Cat, to help save the day.

This special appears alongside the currently-available specials: PAW Patrol: Super Charged; PAW Patrol: Ready, Race, Rescue; PAW Patrol: Jet to the Rescue; PAW Patrol: Cat Pack; and the recently-added PAW Patrol: Mission PAW, which follows the pups on a royally epic, five-part adventure.

Since launching on Nickelodeon 10 years ago on Aug. 12, 2013, PAW Patrol has consistently ranked as a top-rated preschool series, reaching over 350 million households globally in over 180 territories and in 35 languages.

The beloved property’s first-ever spinoff Rubble and Crew debuted earlier this year on Feb. 3 and follows fan-favorite character Rubble and his pup family as they use their awesome construction vehicles to build and repair whatever the town of Builder Cove needs in high-stakes adventures.

The 10-year milestone celebration will culminate on Friday, Sept. 29, when PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie brings preschoolers’ favorite pups back to the big screen for an exclusive theatrical release. From Spin Master Entertainment, Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures, the CGI-animated film will feature new voice talents, including Mckenna Grace, Taraji P. Henson, Christian Convery, and Ron Pardo.

There’s also Lil Rel Howery, Chris Rock, Serena Williams, Alan Kim, Brice Gonzalez, North West, Saint West, Christian Corrao, Luxton Handspiker, Nylan Parthipan, Callum Shoniker, James Marsden, Kristen Bell and Finn Lee-Epp, alongside returning cast members Marsai Martin, Ron Pardo, and Kim Kardashian.