Shaun The Sheep. Copyright: Aardman Animations / BBC.

Shaun The Sheep

Netflix and BBC One and CBBC sitcom set on a farm. 171 episodes (6 series), 2007 - 2020. Stars John Sparkes, Justin Fletcher, Kate Harbour, Richard Webber and others.

Another series is in development.
Series 2, Episode 4 is repeated on CBBC tomorrow at 12:40pm.

Press Clippings

Why I reach for Aardman in dark times

Full of visual wit and narrative ingenuity, the tactile warmth and joie de vivre of these Aardman animations is soul-invigorating.

Luke Buckmaster, The Guardian, 5th April 2020

Shaun The Sheep moves to Netflix

A new sixth series of Shaun The Sheep will start on the 16th March, however the show will move from the BBC to Netflix.

British Comedy Guide, 20th February 2020

BBC One orders Shaun The Sheep Christmas special

BBC One has ordered a Shaun The Sheep special for Christmas 2021. The half-hour special will be called A Winter's Tale From Shaun The Sheep.

British Comedy Guide, 6th February 2020

Shaun The Sheep Movie 2 confirmed

Aardman Animations has announced it will begin work on Shaun The Sheep Movie 2 in 2017.

British Comedy Guide, 25th October 2016

Aardman Animations celebrates 40 years in Bristol

The creators of Wallace and Gromit, Morph and Shaun the Sheep are celebrating 40 years in the animation business..

BBC News, 5th September 2016

Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas, review: 'riotous'

Christmas feels that little bit more magical with an Aardman animated special to curl up on the couch to.

Ed Power, The Telegraph, 26th December 2015

Behind the scenes of The Farmer's Llamas

Animator Richard Starzak on Shaun the Sheep's global domination and how Aardman own Christmas.

Stephen Armstrong, Radio Times, 26th December 2015

How to make your own Shaun the Sheep!

Five steps to creating your own Radio Times cover star.

Radio Times, 26th December 2015

Shaun the Sheep, The Farmer's Llamas review

The claymation sheep gets in trouble with some Peruvian pals in this Boxing Day adventure.

Huw Fullerton, Radio Times, 26th December 2015

Radio Times review

In this latest adventure Shaun visits a local fĂȘte and ends up mistakenly bidding for a trio of - as it turns out, wildly destructive - llamas. The moment when sheepdog Bitzer realises what is happening and tries to stop him is beautifully done and the llamas' subsequent reign of terror at Mossy Bottom (they can only be placated by pan pipes) is animated havoc at its best.

David Butcher, Radio Times, 23rd December 2015