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Nelvana is producing 26 new episodes of each of the animated series “Grossology” and “Di-Gata Defenders.” The first cycle of “Grossology” sold to broadcasters including Discovery Kids in Canada and the United Stat
April 6, 2018
The first cycle of “Grossology” sold to broadcasters including Discovery Kids in Canada and the United States, YTV and Societe Radio Canada in Canada, Jetix in the UK, BVI in Mexico and Latin America, TFI in France, Mediaset in Italy, Nickelodeon in Germany and Benelux, ABC in Australia, and MNET in South Africa. The series is targeted to kids aged six to 10 and is produced by Nelvana Studios. The merchandise program for the property is set to launch in 2008. Upper Deck Europe BV is the master toy partner in EMEA territories.
The first series of “Di-Gata Defenders” was bought by Jetix in the UK, Nickelodeon and TF1 in France, Raisat in Italy, RTL2 in Germany, Cartoon Network in Australia and Latin America, 4Kids Entertainment in the United States, Televisa in Mexico, and Teletoon in Canada, which began airing the new episodes in September. RTL2 has also acquired the new cycle. The series is for kids aged six to 10 and is produced by Nelvana Studios and LuxAnimation.
Spin Master has developed a line of dice games replicating the battles from “Di-Gata Defenders” and merchandise will launch in multiple markets this year and in 2008. TF1 Licences is the merchandise agent in France and Upper Deck Europe is the toy line’s distributor in Germany. Game Factory will launch a Nintendo DS title mid-October in Canada and Europe.
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