Studio 100 and ZDF Studios join forces to offer kids & family content on Amazon Prime Channels

The programming lineup from both companies will include well-known series and kids’ brands such as "Maya the Bee", "Mia and me," "Heidi, Peter Pan," "H20" or "Find me in Paris."

1 APR 2022

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Studio 100 Media and ZDF Studios (ZDFS) have joined forces to offer kids & family programs on Amazon Prime Channels under the channel brand Pash. The collaboration on Amazon Prime Channels will kick off in the UK, Italy and Spain, with further territories in the planning. The programming lineup from both ZDFS’ and Studio 100’s extensive catalogs will include well-known series and kids’ brands such as Maya the Bee, Mia and me, Heidi, Peter Pan, H20 or Find me in Paris.

Fred Burcksen, President and CEO of ZDF Studios said: “We are excited to continue our journey into the world of channel activities under our brand Pash with such a great partner as Studio 100. Studio 100's programs perfectly complement our programming offering, allowing us to provide a great experience for kids around the world in today's complex content viewing context."

The Pash brand was created by ZDF Studios which has already launched Amazon Prime Channels in various countries. Pash is a new international brand for children of all ages that strives to provide high-quality entertainment for young viewers in various languages and across multiple countries. In each territory, the Pash content catalog features hundreds of shows and movies appealing to both kids and their parents.

Martin Krieger, CEO of Studio 100 Media added, “We are excited to partner with ZDF Studios on this strategic project. Combining highlights from both our line-ups with successful brands and much-loved classics allows us the opportunity to create a very appealing proposition. Pash offers an elite selection of amazing kids’ content to an international audience. We look forward to extending this collaboration to further countries soon.”