Zodiak Kids sells 100 hours to Amazon India

Among the series bowing on the recently launched local SVOD are Horrid Henry (pictured) and Sally Bollywood.
January 17, 2017

Amazon Prime Video India has picked up more than 100 hours of content from Paris-based Zodiak Kids library.

Launching early this year, the programming includes all four seasons of Novel Entertainment’s Horrid Henry (pictured), which follows a boy who always feels that his life is unfair and ends up causing lots of trouble.

The SVOD service has also picked up Zodiak Kids Studios productions Extreme Football, Street Football and Sally Bollywood.

The director and country head for Amazon Prime Video India says the move is a part of the plan to have the largest exclusive selection of kids entertainment in the country. That ambitious goal follows closely after the service was launched in the area, along with 199 other countries. It also falls right in line with Amazon debuting several original series, including Lost in Oz and Ronja the Robber’s Daughter.

The deal also comes on the heels of Zodiak Kids making a number of sales for the second season of its animated series The Ranch.

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