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The Jungle Bunch greenlit for third season

PGS Entertainment brokered the deal as the CGI-animated series' new global distributor.
January 22, 2019

Commissioning broadcaster France Télévisions is ordering a third season (52 x 11 minutes) of The Jungle Bunch from TAT Productions and Master Films in a deal brokered by distributor PGS Entertainment.

The first two seasons of The Jungle Bunch have aired in more than 180 territories on channels and platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Sprout (US), Rai (Italy), Super RTL (Germany), Clan (Spain), ABC (Australia), TVNZ (New Zealand), Télé-Quebec (Canada), Ouf Tivi (Belgium), VRT (Belgium) and NRK (Norway). And the property’s licensing program boasts hundreds of partners in categories including toys, apparel, publishing and food.

The Jungle Bunch stars a penguin who thinks he’s a tiger, and a tiger fish. It originally premiered as a one-minute episode in 2012, but has since spun off into a full series, plus TV specials and shorts.

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