Blips (partially found Spanish-British children's TV show; 2004-2009)
Blips is a partially found live-action animation hybrid TV series that was the first broadcast on CITV in the year 2004. It is about a man named Mr. Perfect who would teach the viewer how to get something done "perfectly". After the task is completed, alien-like creatures called "Blips" would reverse the process. It was produced by Ragdoll Entertainment and BRB Internacional.
Found/Partially Found Media[edit | edit source]
Website and Game[edit | edit source]
In 2017, a user called Neapolitan Sledgehammer Cartoons uploaded a video of the game intro taken from the Blips game on the official website for Blips now archived and taken down while another called Sophie Hanssel uploaded a track from Blips ripped from the website.
But later that year, a user called CodeLyokoFan2002 found the full website archive and uploaded a higher quality version of the song from the website as well.
On April 5th, 2018, a YouTuber by the name of Yuvi found a link to the game from the CITV website. He found the link on a Hangouts calls on the same day. The Blips game is hosted on that website.
#GiveBlipsLove[edit | edit source]
In 2017, a hashtag used by people on the search for Blips made a hashtag called #GiveBlipsLove. It spread so much to fans of the show and encouraged them to look for the lost series.
Instagram Account[edit | edit source]
On August 14th, 2018, DHX media launched a Blips Instagram page @blipsshow hinting at a possible return of the show, as they post content about Blips that very few viewers have seen.
Lost Media[edit | edit source]
Episodes[edit | edit source]
All the episodes are lost. However, most shows made by Ragdoll Productions are now owned by DHX Media. But episode details were found on Digiguide. All the actual episodes are yet to find soon.
High Quality Version of the Music[edit | edit source]
Blips have only 2 pieces of music ripped from the website. However, music can be found in higher quality soon.
Credits[edit | edit source]
As of 2014, a user on YouTube that is known as Mrgexvideo1990 had the credits for Blips on a CITV continuity video from 2009 at 0:56, but is now unavailable.