The House of Mouse has picked up the second season of Belarus-based Digital Light Studio’s Sunny Bunnies for Disney Junior and Disney Channel in the US. (Disney Channel EMEA acquired rights to the short-form toon’s second season earlier this year.)
Aimed at three- to six-year-olds, Sunny Bunnies season two was also picked up by Sky for its Sky Kids app in the UK and Ireland, while the show’s first two seasons launched on MTG-owned Nordic streaming service Viaplay earlier this month in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. EVT in Estonia, meanwhile, has signed a non-exclusive free-TV deal to roll out the series on ETV2′s kids block beginning in September.
MBC Group will also bow the series on its MBC3 children’s free-to-air channel in the Middle East and North Africa starting in 2019.
Series distributor Media I.M. has also expanded its rights deal with Brazilian kids app PlayKids for season one, which will premiere in Latin America, North America and Europe on the SVOD platform.
Sunny Bunnies follows five bouncing balls of light as they go on adventures. The first season of the 52 x 3.5-minute show launched on Disney Junior US last year, as well as on Disney’s CEEMA channels in all territories.