What were MIPJunior’s most-screened shows?

Studio 100's animated series 100% Wolf came out on top, closely followed by shows from Guru, Hari International, Zodiak Kids and Blue Spirit Productions.
October 15, 2019

MIPJunior is really going to the dogs, with German prodco Studio 100′s 100% Wolf—Legend of the Moonstone (pictured) coming out on top as the most-screened program at the event in Cannes. It was a big weekend for animation, as all of the top 20 shows were animated and only two live-action programs even cracked the top 30 (Australian ABC Commercial’s Itch and Viacom International Studios’ Are You Afraid of the Dark?).

The 26 x 22-minute animated show 100% Wolf is co-produced with Australia’s Flying Bark Productions (which is Studio 100′s subsidiary run by Barbara Stephen) and has already been commissioned by ABC Australia and Germany’s SuperRTL. Aimed at six to 10s, the comedy-adventure series is about Freddy, an heir to a proud family of werewolves who just happens to actually be a poodle.

The rest of the top five was filled out (in order) by Guru Studio’s Pikwik Pack, Hari International’s Mystery Lane, Zodiak Kids’ Agent Jon Le Bon and Alice & Lewis from Blue Spirit Productions.

The top 30 most-screened shows at MIPJunior this year were:

  1. 100% Wolf—Legend of the Moonstone—Studio 100 Media (Germany)
  2. Pikwik Pack—Guru Studio (Canada)
  3. Mystery Lane—Hari International (France)
  4. Agent Jon Le Bon—Zodiak Kids (United Kingdom)
  5. Alice & Lewis—Blue Spirit Productions (France)
  6. Splat & Seymour—Blue Spirit Productions (France)
  7. Remy & Boo—Boat Rocker Studios (Canada)
  8. Lupin’s Tales—Xilam Animation (France)
  9. 44 Cats—Rainbow (Italy)
  10. Lupita Around the Planet—Petit Fabrik (Brazil)
  11. Abraca—Planet Nemo by Ankama (France)
  12. Mush-Mush & the Mushables—CAKE (United Kingdom)
  13. Abby Hatcher—Spin Master and Viacom International Studios (Canada/United States)
  14. Babyatrice—Zodiak Kids (United Kingdom)
  15. 16 Hudson—Big Bad Boo Studios (Canada)
  16. 2 Happy Farmers—Rainbow (Italy)
  17. Droners—Cyber Group Studios (France)
  18. Stan & Gran—Jellyfish Pictures (United Kingdom)
  19. Book Hungry Bears—9 Story Media (Canada)
  20. Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese—Cloudco Entertainment (United States)
  21. That’s Joey—Superights (France)
  22. Heirs of the Night—ZDF Enterprises (Germany)
  23. The Smurfs—IMPS (Belgium)
  24. Dinocity—APC Kids (France)
  25. Itch—ABC Commercial (Australia)
  26. Ivy & the Inklings—Jellyfish Pictures (ABC Commercial)
  27. Super Shiro—TV Asahi (Japan)
  28. Cry Babies—Zodiak Kids (United Kingdom)
  29. Dorg Van Dango—WildBrain (Canada)
  30. Are You Afraid of the Dark?—Viacom International Studios (United States)

MIPJunior also releases a list of the top 10 most viewed projects, which are series in the early stage of production and not necessarily finished. The top five projects in the category were: DQ Entertainment’s Scrambled, Sixteen South’s ODO, Creative Conspiracy’s Otto’s Tall Tales, Aardman Animations’ Pop Paper City and Wil Film’s Hugo & Holger. The latter project was pitched earlier this year at Cartoon Forum and was one of Kidscreen’s top picks.

About The Author
Alexandra Whyte is Kidscreen's News & Social Media Editor. Contact her at awhyte@brunico.com



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