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Peppa lets everyone watch without going bonkers, thanks to its fine skill at mirroring and even satirising family life. Peppa first hit British TV screens in and her adventures are now shown in worldwide territories.
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Early episodes focused on simple moments of shared joy like jumping in muddy puddles or playing hide and seek; by the end of series one, Peppa had grown into a closely observed sitcom, with its central character not Peppa herself, but Daddy Pig. Chubby, hesitant and sporting a slobby half-beard, Daddy Pig is the sort of father who knocks a hole through the wall while putting up a picture.
Peppa, her annoying but cute brother George the perfect portrayal of a younger sibling as seen by the elder and the supremely competent Mummy Pig never lose faith in Daddy, despite years of ill experience. Because as long as Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa and George are playing together — which it looks like they will, forever — everything is all right.