Find Me In Paris will twirl onto Universal Kids

The NBCUniversal-owned US net has acquired second-window rights to Cottonwood Media's tween drama, which will make its American debut on Hulu this spring.
January 18, 2018

Universal Kids has scooped up Cottonwood Media’s tween drama series Find Me In ParisThe deal sees the ballet-themed land on the NBCUniversal-owned US net for a second window, following its American debut on Hulu this spring. (Hulu picked up exclusive US streaming rights to the series last summer.)

Produced by Federation Kids & Family-owned Cottonwood Media,  ZDF and ZDF Enterprises, the show has already sold to France Televisions, Disney (France and Italy), ZDF (Germany), ABC (Australia) and VRT (Belgium).

With a US$11.7-million production budget, Find Me In Paris takes place against the backdrop of the world-renowned Garnier Opera House in Paris, which is also a co-producer on the series. FranceTV Distribution was tapped late last year as the French licensing agent for the half-hour show.



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