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‘ALVINNN!!! & The Chipmunks’ to Air in China

The new series is being aired on more than 70 Nickelodeon channels internationally.

Bagdasarian Productions’ series “ALVINNN!!! & the Chipmunks,” produced in collaboration with Technicolor Animation Productions, is heading to China with Senyu, marking the first time the show will appear in the territory. PGS Entertainment, the international distributor (excluding France), secured the deal.  

“‘ALVINNN!!!’ has proven to be a beloved hit for boys and girls of all ages across the world, and we’re gratified that China is now on-board, bringing this incredible series to so many new viewers there,” says Sandrine Nguyen, managing director, Technicolor Animation Productions. “We’re proud to be a part of this extraordinary series, with its unrivaled ratings success story, and couldn’t be more excited about this partnership in China.”

Currently, the new “ALVINNN!!!” series, created by Janice Karman, is being aired on more than 70 Nickelodeon channels internationally, as well as on more than 110 leading free-to-air platforms. Season five has recently gone into production with all first-run partners on-board, including Nickelodeon (for international channels including the U.S., excluding Brazil), Super RTL in Germany, Gloob in Brazil and Telequebec (French) and Family Channel (English) in Canada.  

“Securing broadcast in China for ‘ALVINNN!!!’ was a priority for us,” says Phillippe Soutter, co-founder, PGS Entertainment. “It’s one of the biggest territories, which will boost viewership and awareness significantly when it launches. We’re committed to continuing our role of placing ‘ALVINNN!!!’ on premium networks across the world, and this new partnership with Senyu will help us build an even brighter future for ‘ALVINNN!!!’ for many years to come.”

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