Turner eats up Om Nom Stories

The media conglomerate will distribute the first five seasons of the animated series in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and Mexico.
October 19, 2018

Media conglomerate Turner has inked a two-year deal with UK game developer Zeptolab for seasons one through five of its animated series Om Nom Stories. The show will air on Turner’s Boomerang TV Channel and VOD platforms across Latin America and the Caribbean, including Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and Mexico.

Launched on YouTube in 2012, the 80 x 3.5-minute show is all about an adventurous little monster named Om Nom, based on the original character from Zeptolab’s mobile game series Cut the Rope.

The show is also available on Chinese SVOD giant Tencent, which recently inked a three-year distribution deal with the company for seasons six through 10.

The series has racked up more than 10 billion global views on its YouTube channel and seasons 11 through 14 are currently in production with the newest season slated for the new year.

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