April 6, 2018
Cartoon Network has picked up
, a 90-minute animated feature-length love story of two cats, for its Latin American channels.
Discovery Latin America will air
The Hero of Color City
, a 77-minute feature-length story that follows the magical adventures of a box of crayons.
Meanwhile Netflix has bought Imira’s live-action, 90-minute J.K. Rowling biopic
Magic Beyond Words
and the savvy sleuth series “Sandra, Fairytale Detective” (53 x 13) for its Latin America service.
Finally, DirectTV has picked up four films:
The Living Forest, Crab Island, Entre Vivir Y Soñar
El Habitante Incierto
for Hispanic U.S. market, as well as four seasons of the animated comedy Rat-a-Tat (156 x 7).
“Latin America and Hispanic U.S. are core markets for Imira,” says Sergi Reitg, chief executive officer, Imira Entertainment. “Our ability to provide world-class English- and Spanish-languageprogramming to the leading outlets in those regions and our privileged position in the global marketplace means we continue to bring outstanding new content to these audiences.”
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