Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed Premieres Mon 6 Nov on CBBC

Dennis & Gnasher- Unleashed

Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed boardslides onto CBBC with a brand new look and feel, as CGI 3D techniques bring the much-loved mischief-maker bang up to date for the next generation of fans. The series premieres on Monday 6 November and will air Monday to Friday at 6.00pm on CBBC.

The 51-part series will follow the daring duo and their friends as they get into scrapes in a world full of action packed adventure where rules just get in the way.

In Monday’s episode, Walter is tired of Dennis pulling the wool over the eyes of their teacher Mrs Creecher, so he orchestrates a robot to take over Class 3C – with disastrous results.

A bungled attempt at a stunt on Tuesday leads Dennis to accidentally become an internet star and Beanotown celebrity. But his moment of fame is short-lived and he is soon replaced by Walter’s cat who can play the piano. Dennis has to stage the best stunt yet to gain back his audience.

In Wednesday’s episode Dennis and the gang are fed up with dinner lady Olive’s completely inedible school dinners. In their mission to ‘drop the slop’, they discover a poster of her past career as a singer. The gang ask her to join The Dinmakers – hoping she’ll swap a life in the kitchen for fame. However, after unleashing Olive’s inner diva, their new mission is how to get Olive back into the kitchen!

Mrs Creecher confiscates Dennis’ rare sour sweetie – The Tongue Destroyer – in Thursday’s episode. Dennis is desperate to get the sweet back and takes his friends on an adventure to the school’s ‘Confiscatorium’, a secret place where all confiscated goods are hidden in the depths of Bash Street School.

On Friday Dennis must escape detention and Bash Street School to make the Beanotown Brawny Bean Race before Walter wins it. With the help of a note placed in his desk, he must sneak past Mrs Creecher and make a run for it – unless the mysterious note giver stops him first.

Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed Episodes 1-5 (of 51) air Monday 6 November to Friday 10 November from 6.00pm-6.15pm on CBBC.

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