For ages 5+, the puzzles are now available via Amazon and the Nile Group in Australia. They will also be available from Mr. Toys stores in Australia in September.
Australian Children’s Television Foundation, the series’ Australian distributor, has also secured a partnership with the Australian National Maritime Museum’s educational and digital departments to create a “The Deep” learning resource. Created for years 3-6 classes, it has been mapped to subjects including science, design and technologies, sustainability, media arts, English and critical and creative thinking aligned to the Australian curriculum.
In addition, A Stark Production and
and Infinite Studios have confirmed new international broadcast partners for the series.
As the exclusive global distributor, WildBrain has secured new deals with Rockbot
“I am absolutely thrilled to see ‘The Deep’ picked up by even more international broadcasters – with stories that are wonderfully submersive, exciting and filled with mystery, the show is truly a delight for young global audiences,” says Avrill Stark, chief executive officer, A Stark Production. “As an exciting brand of entertainment, ‘The Deep’ is really finding its voice through a diverse range of broadcasters, public spaces, and educational channels and now gives our audience the opportunity to engage with the series in so many new and fun ways.”
“‘The Deep’ is rich in adventure with entertaining storylines and compelling characters, and it’s no wonder the show is so popular,” says Caroline Tyre, vice president, global sales and rights strategy, WildBrain. “It’s a joy to continue sharing it with new audiences around the globe and to watch families discover the on-screen journey into the unknown depths of the ocean.”
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