April 6, 2018
“We’re thrilled that buyers around the world are queuing up to take ‘Max Steel’ to their audiences,” says Sander Schwartz, president, FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment. “With a second [season] of this stunning CGI property underway, we’re confident that ‘Max Steel’ will be entertaining children from all corners of the planet for some time to come.”
The partners have also made additional sales of season one of the series including Nickelodeon in the U.K. and Germany, Channel 9 in Australia, TV4 in New Zealand, Teletoon in Canada, Disney XD in Benelux, Mediacorps OKTV in Singapore, VMMA in Belgium, Star in Greece, Noga in Israel and ABS-CBN in the Philippines.
Season one of the series now airs in more than 150 territories worldwide.
“We are excited to announce our continued global partnership with FremantleMedia,” says Mike Riley,vice president franchise development and content distribution, Mattel. “The second season of ‘Max Steel’ will bring new adventures, humor and engaging storylines to fans around the world.”
Season two (26 x30) will see Max Steel finally discover the truth about his past, unlock his inner hero and valiantly defends Earth from a massive UltraLink invasion.
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