UK pubcaster CBBC and Australia’s ABC ME have ordered a second season of Zodiak Kids Studios’ interactive series Secret Life of Boys, while CBBC has also greenlit a third season of Millie Inbetween (pictured).
The new 10 x 25-minute eps of Secret Life of Boys will bow as five-minute segments on CBBC and ABC ME’s websites. Commissioned last April, the live-action drama follows Ginger, a 12-year-old Australian girl living with her male cousins in the UK.
Secret Life of Boys is designed for cross-platform engagement, and CBBC reports the show is one of the most viewed series on the BBC iPlayer.
Millie Inbetween’s third season will be comprised of 12 x half-hour episodes. The drama-comedy follows Millie and her big sister Lauren as they deal with their parents’ separation and all of the complications that come along with it.
Additionally, all 28 episodes of the first two seasons of Millie Inbetween have been sold to Dutch national broadcaster KRO-NCRV.
Paris-based Zodiak Kids owns global distribution rights to both series.