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9 Story sells more shows to Luk in Iberia

Toronto, Canada's 9 Story Entertainment has inked a deal giving Spanish and Portuguese rights to animated series Camp Lake Bottom (52 x 11 minutes), Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (80 x 11 minutes) and Numb Chucks (52 x 11 minutes) to Barcelona-based Luk Internacional.
April 2, 2012

Toronto, Canada’s 9 Story Entertainment has inked a deal giving Spanish and Portuguese rights to animated series Camp Lake Bottom (52 x 11 minutes), Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (80 x 11 minutes) and Numb Chucks (52 x 11 minutes) to Barcelona-based Luk Internacional.

Camp Lake Bottom, which targets kids six to 11 and centers around the antics of some rambunctious young campers and their zombie-like counselors, is produced by TELETOON Canada and expected to air in 2013.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood was developed by the Fred Rogers Company in association with Out of the Blue Enterprises and features a shy but brave four-year-old tiger who lives in the Neighborhood of Make Believe.

New comedy Numb Chucks, meanwhile, is about two woodchucks who would be kung-fu warriors…but their martial arts skills could use some work.

The sales add to Luk’s growing portfolio of kids series which includes Doraemon, Peanuts, Garfield, Shin chan, Sgt. Keroro, and additional 9 Story series including Best Ed (52 x 11-minute), Futz (26 x three-minute), and Almost Naked Animals (104 x 11-minute) which Luk picked up last month.

About The Author
Jeremy is the Features Editor of Kidscreen specializing in the content production, broadcasting and distribution aspects of the global children's entertainment industry. Contact Jeremy at jdickson@brunico.com.

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