Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana has signed deals with 10 new international licensees for its preschool co-pro Little Charmers.
The new licensees cover a number of categories including puzzles, games, toys and food products in Europe and Asia.
Additional partners include Ravensburger (puzzle formats in France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Benelux), Educa Borras (board games in France), Media Service Zawada (story, activity and puzzle books in Poland), Accadamia (diaries, handbags and wallets in Italy), Guinti (story, novelty, activity and coloring books in Italy), Balocco (seasonal foods in Italy, San Marina, Switzerland and Vatican City), Panini (sticker albums in Italy), Warm Up (live stage shows in Italy), Dulcop (bubble toys in Italy) and Empire Media Corp (costumes, furniture, houseware and electronics in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and India).
These licensees join Spin Master’s Little Charmers toy line, which is led by dolls, playsets, apparel and accessories.
The 80 x 11-minute girl-skewing CGI series is co-produced by Nelvana and Spin Master. Little Charmers launched in January 2015 on Nickelodeon US and on Treehouse in Canada.