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Monster Entertainment sells I’m A… series

Ireland-based Monster Entertainment's I'm A series has been sold into the UK with I'm a Creepy Crawly and I'm a Dinosaur having been picked up by the CSC channel Tiny Pop, while BBC Alba has acquired the rights to I'm a Monster.
November 12, 2013

Ireland-based Monster Entertainment’s  I’m A series has been sold into the UK with I’m a Creepy Crawly and I’m a Dinosaur having been picked up by the CSC channel Tiny Pop, while BBC Alba has acquired the rights to I’m a Monster.

The first iteration of the franchise, I’m an Animal is currently under license to Nickelodeon in the UK.  Other post-MIP Junior sales include the licensing of I’m an Animal to South Korean broadcaster United Media while Norwegian Airlines have recently licensed further episodes of  I’m an Animal, I‘m a Creepy Crawly and I‘m a Dinosaur.

Currently, the I’m A series has been sold to more than 150 broadcasters around the globe. The show’s format, which entails creatures introducing themselves and their worlds, has already spawned four different series with a fifth series titled I’m a Fish currently in development. The series has also spawned the I’m a Creepy Crawly app that will hit the market in the near future.

 

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Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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