Shaun the SheepShaun the Sheep is a delightfully clever stop motion animation series, involving Shaun who lives in a little farm owned by a slightly dotty Farmer, where other sheep live too and are minded by a dog who's a benevolent sergeant-figure, complete with whistle and clipboard.
I chanced upon this on Nickelodeon India a couple of weeks ago and happened to see the first episode (involving a cabbage football match with some villainous pigs-next-door trying to nab the vegetable in question). I enjoyed every minute of the episode (there are two episodes per show), which is great because a minute is a very big deal for a short stop-motion project. To give you an idea: if they shoot 2-3 seconds worth of footage, they've had a good day. It's that excruciating and some would even call it masochistic.
Shaun the Sheep comes from Aardman Animations, the same firm that brought us the likes of Chicken Run and the Oscar winning Wallace and Gromit - the Curse of the Were-Rabbit (which is quite terrific). If you're an adult who's not yet deflated and put out to pasture the kid within, you should take a look. You might enjoy it.
I don't remember when the show airs, but I saw it on weekend evenings.