Paris-based prodco Cyber Group Studios is expanding the licensing program for its CGI-animated series Gigantosaurus with a range of apparel and homewares for kids ages three and up.
The company inked agreements with AME (sleepwear), Centric (hosiery), Children’s Apparel Network (t-shirts, hoodies and sportswear) and Jay Franco (bedding, bath accessories, beach towels, travel items and room décor), with products set to hit shelves in spring 2020. Products from master toy partner Jakks Pacific, meanwhile, are launching this fall. The US toymaker’s range includes figures, playsets, outdoor seasonal, indoor furniture, Halloween costumes and accessories.
Gigantosaurus is based on Welsh writer Jonny Duddle’s bestselling book and centers on the comedic adventures of four young dinosaurs. The preschool series (52 x 11 minutes) aired on Disney Channel (US) in January and was later added to Disney Junior (worldwide). It will debut worldwide on Disney Junior in most territories and premiere on Netflix in 2020.
Cyber Group has sold the preschool toon to a number of broadcasters including RAI (Italy) and SRC (Canada), Super RTL (Germany) and France Télévisions.