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4Kids Takes "Chaotic" to the U.K. and France

4Kids Entertainment has finalized sales to broadcasters in France, Brazil and the U.K. for the first season of HD CGI-animation trading card adventure series "Chaotic."The show will debut on Gulli TV in France, Rede TV in Brazil and Jetix in the

April 6, 2018

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4Kids Entertainment has finalized sales to broadcasters in France, Brazil and the U.K. for the first season of HD CGI-animation trading card adventure series "Chaotic."

The show will debut on Gulli TV in France, Rede TV in Brazil and Jetix in the U.K., beginning first quarter 2009.

The property's second season, "Chaotic: M'Arrillian Invasion," has been renewed by Teletoon in Canada and Jetix in Latin America.

The series' global broadcast lineup already includes Jetix (US.)., Teletoon (Canada), TEN Network (Australia), RTBF (Belgium), SIC (Portugal), MNet (South Africa) and Kids Central (Singapore).

In the U.S., the "Chaotic" series also airs on TheCW4Kids and is available for VOD viewing on the Comcast, Cox and Bresnan cable systems. The show's second season, "Chaotic: MÕArrillian Invasion," airs on Fox during the 4KidsTV Saturday morning block.

Meanwhile, 4Kids Entertainment International has expanded the roster of licensees for "Dinosaur King" across Europe including Upper Deck, which will produce sticker packs and sticker albums for an expected Sept. 2009 retail launch in the U.K., Germany, France, Nordic and Eastern European territories. In the second phase of its rollout, Upper Deck plans to distribute the products in Latin America.

Upper Deck's Dinosaur King Trading Card Game hit stores in October and SEGA's Nintendo DS game launched in September. 

Other new licensees for the property include Tennessee in France for stationery, Tournon in France and Benelux for publishing, Pyramid Posters in the U.K. for posters, The Cookie Company in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for apparel, Sun City in France and Benelux for apparel, Ares Films in France for home entertainment, BIP Holland in Germany for confectionary and Blue Ocean in Germany for publishing.

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