Fourth Wall and DeAPlaneta Entertainment continue expanding the global reach of preschool series, "Milo." In total, "Milo" is already broadcasted in 170 countries and has been dubbed into dozens of languages. The first season of the title is already airing in Spain on Clan TV, UK on Milkshake/Channel 5, Nick Jr., China on Mango TV, Portugal on RTP and Canal Panda, Poland on MiniMini+ and TV Puls, Italy on RAI YOYO, DeAJunior and TIM Vision, Australia on ABC Kids, Hungary on MTVA, Kid Zone TV, Switzerland on RSI, in the Netherlands on Kidzone, former Yugoslavia on Talent Show, Kid Zone TV, the Middle East on JimJam and Majid, Russia on Ivi, in Latin America via Cartoonito and HBO Max, in Finland on YLE, in Sweden on SVT, and Czech Republic on Česká televise. The title will also soon make its way to New Zealand on TVNZ and Israel on Noga. The show will also arrive to USA and Germany, through broadcasters which will be announced very soon.
The preschool television series produced by Fourth Wall and DeAPlaneta Entertainment. The production was supported by the British Government's Youth Content Fund, which is managed by the BFI and supports the creation of distinctive and quality content for young audiences. Production for the second season will soon wrap up, and is scheduled to be delivered in Fall 2024.
Last July, "Milo" arrived to France through children TV channel 6Play, and to Mexico through the free-to-air linear channel TV Azteca. These two launches were followed by the premiere of the series in Canada, which took place in August via public TV channel Télé-Québec. On October, MILO will also arrive to Brazil via Globoplay, the streaming platform of the media group Globo and will also be available in France via Tiji, Gulli’s pay-per-view TV channel for preschool audiences.
The animated series for preschool audiences stars Milo, alongisde Lofty and Lark, who explores the wonderful world of vocations - from doctors and mechanics, to hairdressers, chefs and postal workers, introducing pre-schoolers to a variety of professions in a positive, fun way. The series has been recognized as the 2022 Best Children's series at the prestigious British Animation Awards, and Bronze at the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards.