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It's a TV show made in France, Italy, and Quebec. The original language was for some reason English, but it was made as a co-production between RAI Italy, Disney Junior Europe (France and Italy), and Quebec's public broadcaster. It first aired in Brazil, then it aired on Disney Junior in Italy, then RAI Italy, then Disney Junior UK and France, then the French-speaking Canadian public broadcasting (in French), then Knowledge Network Canada (in English), then, about a few months later, Nick Jr. USA. Anyway, it's a show about four Wizards chefs who cook, and there's this magic cookbook that they get recipes from. There's a villain named Copperpot, who spies and plots and wants the book (kinda quoted the theme song, sorta, there's someone who spies and plots and wants the book, it's Copperpot.) Anyway, yeah, it's a cool show, it has a pretty cute, and colorful animation style, it takes place in Trulli Land, which, according to all sources, is a nickname for Alberobello. Apparently, the setting is supposedly based off of Alberobello, Italy. Anyway, it's a really cool show. If you like shows like MLP or Shimmer and Shine, you'll probably like Trulli Tales. Trulli Tales is less "girly", as people call those shows, Trulli Tales probably has a more equal amount of boys and girls, but it still has a cute and colorful animation style without being quote "girly" end quote.
 

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