Breakthrough sells over 100 hours to Asian broadcasters

Toronto, Canada-based Breakthrough Entertainment has locked down a number of Asian deals for its library, including The Adventures of Napkin Man (pictured), heading into ATF.
December 8, 2014

In advance of Asia Television Forum (ATF), which starts tomorrow, Canada’s Breakthrough Entertainment has secured a raft of new sales in the region for its kids catalog.

Discovery Asia-Pacific has picked up the new season of Sinking Ship’s Dino Dan  and Thailand’s True Branded Channel has licensed preschool series My Big Big Friend.

Taiwan’s China Syndication International and Singapore’s MediaCorp, meanwhile, have grabbed live-action/animated hybrid preschool series The Adventures of Napkin Man (pictured) and Indonesia’s B Channel has acquired Zerby Derby (also preschool). Additionally, Hong Kong’s TVB has scooped up Think Big, and South Korea’s MBC has picked up Zerby Derby and Dino Dan.

Breakthrough will also be debuting its newest kids franchise Sports Lab (26 x 11 minutes) at ATF. The live-action edutainment series examines a wide range of sports through the lens of science, helping kids discover the science behind the sports they play.


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