The program pays attention to themes such as bullying, poverty, mourning and LGBTI issues. According to Suzanne Kunzeler, genre manager drama on NPO 3, it is time to get the message across to the young audience in a different way. “It is important that children can mirror themselves to others and thus come into contact with topics that make them think. At the same time, we see that the viewing behavior of children has changed significantly in the past fifteen years, which is why we are now exploring different paths together towards an up-to-date and socially involved children’s program.”
In total, more than 2500 episodes, two spin-offs, two feature films and a podcast series have been made about the well-known youth program. Until the final broadcast on April 28, viewers can follow the adventures of the characters from the series every day on the online channels of spangaS† Videos also look back on the past fifteen years and all the messages conveyed to young people in the series.
There will be another bonus episode of the podcast on Thursday 17 March The Little Break with Tom and Thorn, in which actors Tom van Kessel and Thorn de Vries ask viewers about the news that spangaS is going to stop answering.
Youth drama series SpangaS stops after fifteen years | TV
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