Fisher-Price signs Rainbow Rangers master toy deal

The Mattel division will create dolls, plush, vehicles and interactive toys based on Genius Brands International's new preschool series.
February 9, 2017

Mattel-owned Fisher-Price has signed on as worldwide master toy partner for Genius Brands International’s upcoming CGI preschool series Rainbow Rangers.

As the first licensing partner for the girl-skewing superhero brand, Fisher-Price will bring to market dolls/figures, playsets, plush, vehicles, musical toys, role play, technology and interactive toys.

The deal is significant for Mattel, as the company is selective in its licensing of third-party brands. Lately, the toymaker has been focusing on launching products like the WBCP DC Super Hero Girls franchise and developing its new virtual assistant Aristotle, but its sales have felt last year’s loss of the Disney Princess license to Hasbro.

Directed by Rob Minkoff (The Lion King) and written by Shane Morris (Frozen), Rainbow Rangers follows the lives of seven female superheroes called Earth’s First Responders. The show’s first two seasons (104 x 11 minutes) are currently in development. Key broadcasters for the series will be announced in the coming months.


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