Paris, France-based production, distribution and brand management company Moonscoop has sold its new animated series The DaVincibles across Europe and the Middle East.
In Europe, Spain’s TVE, Disney Channel Benelux and Portugal’s Dreamia have acquired the 52 x 11-minute series. MBC in Egypt and Noga in Israel have also taken on the series, which is co-created and co-produced by Moonscoop and Zodiak Active Srl. Rai Fiction, SLR Productions, Telegael, Big Animation, Verve Communications, Top Draw Animation and Agogo Entertainment are also on board as co-production partners, and broadcast deals have been signed with France’s Gulli and Seven in Australia.
The deals follow recent sales in Asia to Thailand’s Truevisions and Malaysia’s NTV7 for the series.
Aimed at kids ages seven to 11, The DaVincibles follows the comedic exploits of the modern-day DaVinci family, with Pablo and Zoe balancing their social lives as they explore the world for rare artifacts to sell at Uncle Leo’s Kurios Kat antique shop.