What’s better than an adorable puppy? Try seven adorable puppies — all in the care of one Huckleberry Pie, a new arrival to Berry Bitty City. Huck and his four-legged pals will make their big TV debut this Saturday morning, when Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures returns to The Hub. Check out the video below for an exclusive taste of all the fruity fun ahead:
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Berry Bitty City is home to a cornucopia of sweet citizens, including Cherry Jam, Lemon Meringue, Plum Pudding, and of course, Strawberry Shortcake. But there’s one fruity friend who’s been missing from the berry patch… until now.
On Feb. 23, Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures returns to The Hub with a season premiere that also introduces a face both old and new: Huckleberry Pie, the franchise’s first and only male lead. Nostalgic children of the ’80s — or “heritage fans,” as American Greetings calls them — may recognize him as a character who originated in Strawberry‘s initial incarnation over 20 years ago. First Generation Huck was a straw hat-wearing moppet with a perma-blush and a personality that owed a debt to Mark Twain. His 21st century counterpart, though, is decidedly more modern — starting with a look inspired by certain heartthrob pop star. READ FULL STORY
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