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Power Rangers hit Brazil market

Los Angeles-based MarVista Entertainment has licensed the terrestrial TV rights to Power Rangers Samurai to Brazil's Grupo Banderiantes de Comunicacao for its national free-to-air television channel.
May 26, 2011

Los Angeles-based MarVista Entertainment has licensed the terrestrial TV rights to Power Rangers Samurai to Brazil’s Grupo Banderiantes de Comunicacao for its national free-to-air television channel.

The deal, brokered by SNAP TV of Argentina, MarVista’s production and distribution partner for Latin America, includes all 40 new episodes of Power Rangers Samurai along with select classic Power Rangers episodes, was. Power Rangers Samurai will air on Rede Bandeirantes, officially nicknamed Band, later this year.

The agreement follows on the heels of MarVista’s multi-territory deal for Power Rangers Samurai with Nickelodeon for several territories including Germany, the Benelux, the UK and Ireland, pan-Latin America, Australia and New Zealand.

Produced by Saban Brands, Power Rangers Samurai is an updated version of the original ‘90s Power Rangers series that features a new cast of Rangers and never-before-seen villains.

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