Zasha Robles, Managing Director at Spiral International
Spiral International has secured a pan-regional deal with Nickelodeon Latin America for the CGI animated series “Tinpo,” with the series debuting this August in Spanish and Portuguese on Nick Jr. Latin America’s premium edutainment app, Noggin. Originally ordered by the UK’s Cbeebies, the 78x7’ preschool show is a partnership between Cloudco Entertainment, Dentsu and OLM, and is produced in association with Sprite Entertainment.
“We are delighted to bring these fun and clever stories that encourage kids to deploy their creativity in order to go the extra mile. Both children and parents will fall in love with ‘Tinpo’s’ characters, its production design and its imaginative approach to story-telling,” said Zasha Robles, Managing Director at Spiral International.
Combining themes of construction and unconventional problem-solving, the main character of Tinpo and his team resolve problems in their unique world in ways that are never the most practical but always the most fun, innovative and marvelously unexpected. And just as importantly, “team Tinpo” always gets the job done.
“‘Tinpo’ is the perfect fit for Noggin’s audience. The show checks off all the boxes for young viewers and their parents featuring incredibly unique, engaging and positive characters and storylines that encourage independent thinking,” commented Migdalis Silva, Vice President of Programming and Acquisitions for Nickelodeon Latin America.
Lastly, Karen Vermeulen, Head of Global Content Strategy and Co-Productions for Cloudco Entertainment, expressed: “Beautifully conceived, written, designed and animated, every single episode of ‘Tinpo’ is as engaging esthetically as it is intellectually, since Tinpo encourages all of its characters to approach each day’s challenges in the most fun, creative ways possible”.
Both children and parents will fall in love with ‘Tinpo’s’ characters, its production design and its imaginative approach to story-telling” Zasha Robles Managing Director at Spiral International