Friday, September 13, 2013

Animated series "Gravity Falls" with weird and wonderful adventures, to debut on September 16 on Disney Channel

The internationally acclaimed series produced by Disney Television Animation, Gravity Falls will debut on Disney Channel India on Monday, September 16, 2013 at 6.30 pm. Gravity Falls is just west of weird, slightly east of eerie and always north of normal, in a fresh new comedy series that follows city kids and twins Dipper and Mabel Pines who are sent to spend the summer with their eccentric Great Uncle Stan (aka Grunkle Stan) who runs a tourist trap called The Mystery Shack in a remote northwestern town where nothing is what it seems. There are creatures in the forest, there are monsters in the lake and even time traveling adventures.

Dipper and Mabel Pines are in for an unexpected adventure when upon their arrival in Gravity Falls, Dipper and Mabel's huckster great uncle, also known as Grunkle Stan, enlists the siblings' help in running The Mystery Shack, a fun tourist trap he owns that overcharges unsuspecting customers. Although Dipper and Mabel quickly discover The Mystery Shack itself is a hoax, they sense there is something strange about their new town and together they begin to unlock the secrets of Gravity Falls.

In the premiere episode Dipper and Mabel set out on a quest to prove the existence of a sea monster that, according to rumours, lives at the bottom of the local lake. A boating expedition ensues along with a lot of intriguing situations and scenarios.

So it’s time to forget Monday blues and relax after a long day at school with some adventure and mystery with Gravity Falls as it goes on air every Monday at 6.30 pm only on Disney Channel

Disney Channel offers an unparalleled blend of quality Disney entertainment and distinctive, originally produced programs that kids love and families trust and enjoy. This includes Disney’s movies and series, sitcoms, family dramas and live action adventure stories. The channel’s multi-genre programming is designed to meet the under-served needs of India’s preschool, kids and family audiences. 

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