"Mighty Little Bheem"
Jetpack Distribution announces a multitude of deals which bring top performing shows from its burgeoning catalogue to free-to-air networks across Europe, the Middle East and Australia.The total number of deals represent 326 half hours of content including global hit shows "Kitty is Not a Cat," "Daisy & Ollie," "Welcome to Cardboard City," "Talking Tom & Friends," "Claymotions," "Mighty Little Bheem," "Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed!," "Yoko," "Becca’s Bunch," "Oswaldo and Marsupilami."
France Télévisions has acquired the free TV and free video-on-demand (FVOD) rights for season two of comedy animated series "Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed!". Discovery Channel’s Frisbee in Italy has bought the free-to-air rights for pre-school animated show "Yoko" seasons two and three.
Radio Television Suisse (RTS) in Switzerland has paid for the free-to-air and FVOD rights for "Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed!" season two and comedy animation "Kitty is Not a Cat" season one and NBC Universal in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has acquired the pay TV and SVOD rights for animated series "Our Neighbors The Marsupilamis."
Telewizja Polska S.A. (TVP) in Poland has signed a deal for the free-to-air, pay TV and VOD rights for Kitty is Not a Cat season three and pre-school animation Daisy and Ollie seasons three and four.
Pixel TV in Ukraine has acquired the free-to-air rights for pre-school animated show Boj and hit family-oriented animated series Talking Tom & Friends seasons one and two.
Ceska televize in Czech Republic has paid for free-to-air rights for puppet show "Becca’s Bunch" while Star Channel in Greece has signed a deal for the free-to-air rights for "Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed!" season one.
Da Vinci Kids, which operates across the US, Europe, Central Eastern Europe, South East Asia and Africa has signed a deal for the free TV rights for live action reality show "A Week to Beat the World", and pre-school live action show "My Petsaurus for South Africa" and ABC in Australia have acquired the rights for animated cardboard blockbuster "Welcome to Cardboard City."
Jetpack Distribution CEO, Dominic Gardiner, says: “Through these times, it’s heart and humour that wins out. That’s testified by these deals. We’re really thankful for our free-to-air broadcast partners across the world and delighted to be making kids smile - through free TV - in so many places. We work with a super talented bunch of producers and IP owners who have created some truly brilliant shows that travel across international borders, entertaining kids and making them laugh wherever they are from.”
We work with a super talented bunch of producers and IP owners who have created some truly brilliant shows that travel across international borders, entertaining kids and making them laugh wherever they are from” Dominic Gardiner Jetpack Distribution CEO