We Bare Bears Dubbed In Māori In New Zealand For Māori Language Week (Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori)
Great news for New Zealanders who speak the country’s indigenous language – Māori, because Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears has now been dubbed in the language as this week is Maori Language Week (10th to 16th September) (Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori) in New Zealand (or as its in known in Māori – Aotearoa). Viewers will be able to watch the show in the Māori language on Monday and Friday this week at 6pm on Cartoon Network. In the Māori dub, Star Wars voice actor and former Shortland Street actor (one of New Zealand’s most famous TV shows) – Temuera Morrison is voicing Grizzly. Temuera Morrison also voices Chief Tui in Disney’s Moana.
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori is here! Tune into @CartoonNetwork to hear Aotearoa’s own Temuera Morrison voice the character of Grizzly in Māori in the hit animation We Bare Bears! Monday and Friday this week at 6pm. pic.twitter.com/bws45gQaaf
— SKY New Zealand (@SKYNZ) September 9, 2018
We Bare Bears translated in MĀORI for the first time! Starring Temuera Morrison as Grizz!! 🌊 https://t.co/p6unt0tD4i
— Daniel Chong (@threebarebears) September 10, 2018