Technicolor pre-sells Atomic Puppet to France Televisions

Paris-based Technicolor has pre-sold its all-new children's animated series Atomic Puppet, co-developed and produced with Canada's Mercury Filmworks and France's Gaumont Animation, to terrestrial channel France Televisions.
April 29, 2014

Paris-based Technicolor has pre-sold its all-new children’s animated series Atomic Puppet, co-developed and produced with Canada’s Mercury Filmworks and France’s Gaumont Animation, to terrestrial channel France Televisions.

Technicolor, Mercury Filmworks and Gaumont Animation are currently in production on 52 x 11 minute episodes of Atomic Puppet to air on France Télévisions’ France 4 channel in 2016.

France Televisions rounds out a list of previously announced programming partners,where the show will premiere in Canada on TELETOON and premiere in France on Disney XD, as well as a multitude of other Disney XD territories.

In Atomic Puppet, when Model City’s fearless superhero is transformed into a powerless puppet by his disgruntled sidekick, the hero’s powers are accidentally transferred to his biggest fan, 12-year old Joey Felt.


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