Piwi+ (formerly Piwi) is a French pay television channel for children aged 3 to 6, owned by the Canal+ Group.[1][2]

LaunchedDecember 3, 2003; 16 years ago (December 3, 2003)
Owned byCanal+ Group
EnSky Studios
Slogan"La chaîne d'éveil des tout-petits"
"Le jardin d'éveil des tout-petits"
CountryParis, France
Headquarters1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Formerly calledPiwi (2003-2011)
Sister channel(s)Télétoon+
Streaming media
Live streamwww.piwiplus.fr

Piwi is launched on December 3, 2003 by Télévision Par Satellite.[3]


  • Soleil (voiced by Naïke Fauveau) is a 3-year-old female piwi with sunny yellow body and amber rays.
  • Gourmand (voiced by Brigitte Guedj) is a 6-year-old male piwi with amber body and kiwi green bubbles.
  • Étoile (voiced by Caroline Combes) is a 6-year-old female piwi with magenta body and sunny yellow feathers.
  • Radar (voiced by Valérie Lecot) is a 8-year-old male piwi with violet body with crimson satellites.
  • Ventouse (voiced by Fily Keita) is a 7-year-old female piwi with kiwi green body and crimson suction cups.
  • Resort (voiced by Sauvane Delanoë) is a 9-year-old female piwi with crimson body and indigo springs.
  • Peinture (voiced by Blanche Ravalec) is a 5-year-old male piwi with turquoise body and sunny yellow spray tanks.

TV SeriesEdit

The TV series premiered on July 9, 2002 called Les Vacances de Piwi, a 3D animated show for young children aged 2-5 years old that airs on Télé-Québec in Quebec, and later on France 5 in France that premiered on November 2, 2002. The series later aired on TFO in Quebec and Piwi in France.


The series was produced by EnSky Studios in Montreal, Quebec. The series was created in Alias Wavefront Maya and Avid DS for 3D animation and visual effects.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "BLOG.lenodal.com : Avant-première : le nouveau système visuel des chaînes Canalsat". blog.lenodal.com.
  2. ^ "BLOG.lenodal.com : Avant-première : le nouveau Canalsat : Télétoon+ et Piwi+". blog.lenodal.com.
  3. ^ "La chaîne Piwi pille-t-elle Tiji ?". Libération.fr (in French). Retrieved 2018-06-29.

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