Nickelodeon inks output deal with Televisa

Viacom International Media Networks has inked a multi-series package deal with free-to-air broadcaster Televisa for 496 hours of Nickelodeon content, including the first season of Bella and the Bulldogs (pictured).
March 19, 2015

Bella and her Bulldog teammates are headed to Mexico, courtesy of a multi-series package deal between free-to-air broadcaster Televisa and Viacom International Media Networks.

Televisa has picked up the first season of live-actioner Bella and the Bulldogs as part of the larger deal, which will see the Mexican broadcaster airing more than 496 hours of Nickelodeon content starting next month.

The deal includes animated series Penguins of Madagascar (season two), Kung Fu Panda and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (season three), as well as SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer and The Fairly OddParents.

Live-action shows include the first seasons of Sam & Cat, Haunted Hathaways, Henry Danger and Max and Shred. Televisa will also air The Thundermans seasons one and two, iCarly season four, and TV movies Tripwrecked, Fairly Odd Summer, Splitting Adam and Santa Hunter’s Holiday Movie.

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