Paris-based brand management company PGS Entertainment has announced deals with more than 20 broadcasters for hit kids and family adventure series The Little Prince (52 x half-hour).
The CG and 3D-animated series, which is based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic story of the same name, has been snapped up by Disney (Spain), Televisa (Mexico), Discovery Kids (Latin America), Knowledge Network (Canada), TVO (Canada), CTC (Russia), Minimax (Eastern Europe), E Vision (United Arab Emirates), Rustavi (Georgia), RUV (Iceland), Noga (Israel), RTK (Kosovo), Macedonian Radio and TV, Medi 1 TV (Morocco), RTP and K-Sic (Portugal), Ceska TV (Czech Republic), Ultra TV (Serbia & Montenegro, Bosnia), and RSI (Switzerland).
The new deals add to the growing list of broadcasters PGS has already secured for the series including France Télévisions, RAI DUE (Italy), ARD/KI.KA (Germany), ABC (Australia), Nickelodeon (Scandinavia), TV2 (Denmark), TV2 (Norway), MTV3 (Finland), TéléQuébec (Canada), TV5 Monde, RTBF (Belgium), VRT (Belgium), RTS (Switzerland), Minika (Turkey), CFI (France) for French-speaking Africa, and RTV (Slovenia).
The Little Prince, which now airs in 150 territories globally, is a Method Animation co-production with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (France), Fabrique d’Images, and DQ Entertainment in association with ARD Germany, France Télévisions, RAI Italy and RTS Switzerland.
To date, The Little Prince book, which follows the adventures of a boy prince and his fox friend to new worlds, has sold 140 million copies worldwide in 257 languages.