New sitcom Bed & Biscuit is slated to launch later this year on Nickelodeon Israel exclusively for yes TV, which commissioned the series.
The series is aimed at kids ages eight to 12 and takes place in a family-operated doggy daycare. The dog kennel is run by energetic Gerry and his clever daughter Sarah, who rub shoulders with supporting characters like a goofy girl named Coco and an annoying neighbor who is allergic to dogs.
Bed & Biscuit is produced by Israel’s Nutz Productions—a subsidiary of Ananey Communications Group—which was founded in 2010 and creates more than 400 hours of content per year.
Ananey also produced The Greenhouse for yes TV, and the series was recently acquired by Netflix for a remake production. The Greenhouse Academy will air on Netflix in 2017 and marks the first time an original Israeli series has been sold to the global SVOD giant.
Another Ananey series—Spell Keepers—was greenlit by Nickelodeon Israel earlier this year. It follows two heroines as they fight to save humanity and fulfill their destinies.