The show will begin airing this month during Nickelodeon’s Saturday morning boy’s action block, with the 19th season premiering in 2016.
“We are thrilled to be joining forces with Nickelodeon,” says Emily Arons, senior vice president, international business, The Pokemon Company International. “Their boys’ action block is the perfect platform to help us to extend the brand’s presence in Germany. With core older fans still able to watch content on ProSieben MAXX and multiple content available through our SVOD platforms, Pokémon fans in the country will be able to watch the series wherever and whenever they want.”
The Pokémon Company International recently signed an SVOD deal with Super RTL, which has acquired the rights for “Pokémon the Series: The Beginning” (the first two
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