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Gaumont inks new TV deals for Lanfeust Quest

Worldwide viewership of CG-animated adventure/comedy Lanfeust Quest from Gaumont Animation and India's DQ Entertainment is set to grow thanks to a number of new international broadcasting partnerships secured by Paris-based Gaumont.
July 9, 2014

Worldwide viewership of CG-animated adventure/comedy Lanfeust Quest from Gaumont Animation and India’s DQ Entertainment is set to grow, thanks to a number of new international broadcasting partnerships secured by Paris-based Gaumont.

Free-to-air broadcasters taking the 26 x half-hour adaptation of the bestselling comic and manga franchise Lanfeust of Troy include Disney Channel (Spain, German-speaking Europe and Turkey), TVE (Spain), ABC3 (Australia) and Disney XD (Netherlands).

For Pay-TV networks, Biggs Channel (Portugal) and Disney XD (Belgium, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Spain, Central Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa) have also acquired the series for kids 6 to 11.

Lanfeust Quest was commissioned┬áby French broadcaster M6 in September 2013 and made its channel debut on September 25. Following the commission, Lagardere’s Canal J also picked up the series.

Directed by Antoine Charreyron (The Prodigies, Galactik Football) and Tarik Hamdine, Lanfeust Quest follows the adventures of 14-year-old Lanfeust as he becomes the only hero in charge of protecting Planet Troy.

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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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