Netflix has acquired the first season of Brazilian producer TV PinGuim’s flagship animated series Earth to Luna, which is now available globally on the streamer (excluding Latin America).
Aimed at children ages four to seven, the series consists of three seasons (104 x 12 minutes) with a fourth currently in production. Following six-year-old Luna as she searches for answers about science, the show is available in 96 countries on platforms and broadcasters including Amazon Prime, YouTube, Universal Kids (the US), SVT (Sweden), PlayKids (Brazil), Tiny Pop (the UK) and iTunes. Monster Entertainment globally distributes Earth to Luna, following a new agreement inked between the Irish distributor and TV PinGuim earlier this week.
Moving beyond Brazil, TV PinGuim opened a Miami-based US arm last September with the hopes of finding co-pro partners and expanding licensing opportunities. TV PinGuim is also set to premiere a movie version of its series Fishtronaut at the Miami International Film Festival next month.