Ana Pumpkin Disco Dragon

France TV Distribution announces new global sales

The distributor has inked a bunch of fresh deals with broadcasters in Portugal, UAE, Brazil and more for its kids catalogue.
June 20, 2022

On the heels of Annecy last week, France TV Distribution has announced new international sales for several kids shows in its portfolio.

Ana Pumpkin (pictured right), a preschool series about a five-year-old girl and her dog who travel the world, will soon head to RTP (Portugal), Gloobinho/Giga Gloob (Brazil), Ludikids (French-speaking Africa) and e-junior (UAE). The 2D-animated co-pro (52 x five minutes) from France’s Folimage and Les Armateurs is already airing on YLE (Finland), ERR (Estonia), LTV (Latvia), CESKA (Czech Republic) and ABC Australia.

Aimed at six to nines, Disco Dragon (pictured left) from Italy’s Mondo TV will groove its way onto RTP (Portugal) after launching on Giga Gloob (Brazil) and e-junior (UAE) earlier this year. The series (52 x 13 minutes) tells the story of a dragon who can hear every child’s inner soundtrack and must help them find the right harmony.

Super Caribou will soon be saving the day in three new territories on Canal Once (Mexico), Giga Gloob (Brazil) and TV5 Québec (Canada). Produced by Paris-based Autour de Minuit, the series (48 x 11 minutes) targets kids ages five to eight and is set in the charming town of Windy-Mount, which is protected by a caribou superhero named Jeremy.

Preschool series Dimitri, a co-pro from Vivement Lundi!, France TV Éducation and Switzerland’s Nadasdy Film about a young starling in the savannah, flies to French-speaking African territories on Ludikids and Canal+ Family. And RTP (Portugal) will air the second season (24 x five minutes) when the first season wraps up.

Animated series Grosha & Mr B. will go mystery-solving in the Middle East on MBC3. Named after its feline protagonists, the series (52 x 11 minutes) for six to nines offers a mix of action-comedy and detective genres and is produced by French prodco La Station Animation.

Finally, the Peanuts series has been picked up by Globoplay (Brazil) and by Movistar TV App and Canela TV in Latin America.

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