The annual TV programming event showcased new released from Mattel, Fox and Planeta Junior, among others.
Highlights from this year’s show include:
hosted the first MIPJunior World Premiere TV screening this year with “Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!”
Twentieth Century Fox
to debut their inaugural project,
Ron’s Gone Wrong.
joined forces to premiere “Gormiti,” a new 3D CGI action comedy series, at MIPJunior.
to launch a kids’ animation incubator competition in China for the development and production of multiple kids’ animation properties.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family
to air both seasons of “Danger Mouse.”
expanded its agreement with
Amazon Prime Video
for 13 kids’ shows.
partnered with Chinese media company
to launch the preschool series “Cloudbabies” in mainland China.
acquired the exclusive Pay TV and non-exclusive VOD rights to three animated shorts in Southeast Asia–“Cracké,” “Monster in a Box” and “Outopus.”
acquired the international distribution rights to the new live action series “Drop Dead Weird” and “Random and Whacky.”
optioned the worldwide screen rights to the new, young adult thriller novel
by Kelly Anne Blount.
secured a host of new deals with broadcasters throughout Europe and Canada for its animated series “Kid-E-Cats.”
, the kids and family division of Bento Box Entertainment, partnered with
in China for its preschool series “Moon and Me.”
inked several new platform deals for its animated series “Kitty is Not a Cat.”
Federation Kids & Family
secured a score of broadcast deals for “The Ollie & Moon Show.”
to broadcast the first season of the animated series “Robot Trains” in Europe and Africa.
signed several new deals that will see its series “Babar and the Adventures of Badou” and “Little Charmers” break into new territories.
to create a Brazilian adaptation of “The Last Hours of Laura K.” The local version, titled “Prova do Crime” will air on Rede Globo beginning in December and will air in three 10-minute segments.
was on-site with 17 companies (including
Team Toon Studios, Estudio Marañacos
, among many others) to showcase Colombia’s audiovisual and digital industry. Since the introduction of marketing programs aimed at promoting its activities internationally, the Colombian audiovisual industry has boomed with content spanning TV series, animated series, soap operas, reality shows, documentaries, cultural programs and more.
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