Paris-based distributor PGS Entertainment has inked a raft of new broadcasting sales for Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood, the 3D CGI series from co-producing partners Method Animation, DQ Entertainment and Fabrique d’Images.
New deals for the 52 x 11-minute series aimed at kids six to 10 have been inked with RTBF (French-speaking Belgium), NRK (Norway), RTS (Switzerland), RTL Telekids (Netherlands and Luxembourg), Direct Sight (Ukraine) and BBC ALBA (Scotland).
These partners join a long list of broadcasters already signed on to the property including TF1 (France), ZDF (Germany), DEAkids (Italy), RTVE-Clan and Canal Panda (both Spain), VRT (Flemish-speaking Belgium), Canal Panda (Portugal), SVT (Sweden), MTV3 (Finland), LRT (Lithuania), Télé-Québec (Canada) and Gloob (Brazil).
Commissioned by TF1, ZDF and DeAgostini, and created by Romain Van Liemt and Alexandre de la Patelliere, Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood follows the adventures of 10-year-old Robin Hood and his friends.
DQ and Method Animation have previously collaborated on various series including Ironman, Little Prince, Little Nick, Skyland and Peter Pan, as well as 3D feature film The Prodigies.