A TV series to build 46,000-square-meter playground, Gears up for World Record…

giverThe Fourth season of Giver is coupled with some highly ambitious playground plans…  

Just in time of Canada’s 150th anniversary next year, Canada-based Sinking Ship Entertainment will soon kickoff start production on the fourth season of Giver, a love action children series, that follows kids ages six to 12 as they work in tandem to improve local playground.

The fourth season is exceedingly enticing, the upcoming seasons will challenges kids spanning around the globe with building the world’s largest playground in the heart of the capital.

The road map is ready and the execution is in the work, the 46,000-square-meter space will be shaped like Canada with 13 play areas denoting each of the country’s provinces and territories.

 With this giant move, the shop is almost certain to break the Guinness World Record for the longest set of continuous monkey bars.

 Giver’s upcoming season will be aired on TVO in the springs of 2017, and the official opening ceremony for the mighty park will be held on Canada Day.

Giver, a show embraced by million kids around the world is a powered by Sinking Ship in collaboration with TVO, other partners in the production include, The National Capital Commission, Ottawa Tourism, Ottawa 2017, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Ottawa, Parks Canada and Volunteer Ottawa.