The Day Henry Met…


The Day Henry Met… is distributed internationally by Monster Entertainment and continues to be aired on Nick International, Nick Jr UK & Australia, Canal Plus, SVT, YLE and RTE Ireland.

ITV have recently acquired the exclusive free to air rights in the UK for seasons 3 and 4 of Wiggleywoos hit series, ‘The Day Henry Met’ and they are set to launch the series on LittleBe, a block dedicated to programming for preschool children, this summer.

Other broadcasters who recently acquired the rights to season 4 include RAI in Italy and TFO in Canada. Seasons 1-3 of the show have recently been renewed by Kids Stream in the USA and by Azoomee for multiple territories. Additionally, kids streaming giant Noggin recently acquired the series, means it now airs in 192 countries across the globe!

The series airs on a range of free tv channels including in the UK and Ireland, RAI in Italy, ABC in Australia, TVO and Knowledge in Canada, YLE in Finland, SVT in Sweden ERR in Estonia, TVP in Poland, RUV in Iceland, Aztec TV in Mexico and Canal Plus in French speaking Europe, Africa and the Caribbean and on many SVOD platforms including Playkids, OCS, iDipper, TFOUMax, and Kanopy, Itunes, Google Play, Hoopla, BusyBee TV Roku, Microsoft XBOX, Amazon, Jetsen Huashi, Telefonica and Svenks.

There are several licensing deals in place for The Day Henry Met including books and merchandise for sale in many countries.


The publishing programme is underway and most recently Agrya in Greece and De Agostini in Italy have released books.



Henry is an inquisitive polite little boy who loves asking questions almost as much as he loves an adventure. Henry is the only human character seen in the show, all the other characters are made up of the things Henry meets. Wellies that can’t agree, a Moon that loves cheese or a nervous Fire Engine on his first day.


Like the concept, the style is very simple and straight forward. It’s based on simple children’s drawings, finished in water colours. The illustrations are purposefully crude to add charm and character and the colour palette is colorful and bold to mimic a child’s painting.


‘The Day Henry met…’ teaches manners and conversation. Henry always asks ‘How are you today?’ and ‘It was really nice talking to you’, and most importantly he never forgets to say ‘please’ or ‘thank you’. We’ll also learn all about the different things Henry meets each day. Why fish have gills, why cars have engines and why does snow melt in the sun?

Every day Henry meets something new – The day Henry met a compass, The day Henry met a cookbook! The day Henry met a Surfboard!

How exciting, I wonder what Henry’s going to meet today?