eOne Announces ‘My Little Pony’ Broadcast Deals

Multiple territories are getting the “My Little Pony” treatment.
License Global

October 6, 2020


Hasbro’s global entertainment studio, eOne has announced that it has secured a lineup of international broadcast partners for the next chapter of the “My Little Pony” brand. 

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Several broadcasters around the world have picked up the show including:

  • Warner Media's Cartoon Network and Boomrang in Australia and South East Asia and Channel 9 GO! in Australia;

    • TVNZ in New Zealand;

      • Mediacorp in Singapore;

        • Spacetoon in the Middle East;

          • Tiny Pop, part of Sony Pictures Television, in the U.K.;

            • Discovery Kids in Latin America;

              • Discovery Family in the U.S.;

                • Corus Entertainment’s Treehouse in Canada;

                  • Disney Channel in Germany;

                    • Gulli in France; and

                      • Cartoonito in Italy.

                        “My Little Pony: Pony Life” will now join its portfolio partner “Peppa Pig” in several territories including Canada (Treehouse) and Latin America (Discovery). The show will also be available on selected digital platforms at a later stage.

                        “’Pony Life’ is a fresh and exciting take on a classic brand, and we are so pleased to be able to bring it to many of our TV and digital partners around the world,” says Monica Candiani, executive vice president, content sales, Family Brands, eOne. “Going forward, we are confident that we will be able to secure the strongest broadcast platforms for our bigger portfolio of hit properties and realize incredible benefits by building on the remarkable relationships we have with global partners.”

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