Toronto, Canada-based marblemedia’s international distribution arm Distribution360 has signed a raft of deals for its kids series Driving Me Crazy, Snapshots and The Mystery Files.
NBCUniversal’s kidsnet Universal Kids has picked up the tween show Driving Me Crazy (pictured, 20 x 30-minutes). Produced by marblemedia and Toronto-based Proper Television, based on a format by Lucky Day, the reality series puts first-time teen drivers behind the wheel alongside their parents.
The distributor has also sold Snapshots (six x 30-minutes) from Toronto’s Forte Entertainment, as well as Apartment 11 Productions’ The Mystery Files (26 x 30-minutes) to National Geographic for the Middle East. Snapshots pits three kids against one another through a series of fast-paced photography challenges, while The Mystery Files follows cousins as they try to figure out the clues left by their mysterious Great Aunt Hermione. Snapshots recently won the award for non-scripted entertainment at the International Emmy Kids Awards.
India’s GoQuest Media has nabbed season one and two of marblemedia’s medieval-themed kids competition series, Splatalot (52 x 30-minutes). Meanwhile, Ottawa, Canada-based GAPC Entertainment’s MathXplosion (50 x three-minutes) was acquired by ABC Education (Australia) and London-based SVOD Azoomee. The short series highlights how math is connected to kids daily lives.
D360 also sold season 11 of Calgary-based Seven24 Films family drama Heartland to Series+.