‘KID-E-CATS’ Paw Slate of New Deals

APC Kids has secured a raft of deals across the all three seasons of CTC Media’s animated preschool series “KID-E-CATS.”
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September 4, 2020


APC Kids has secured a slate of broadcast and streaming deals for CTC Media’s animated preschool series “KID-E-CATS.” 

The new partnerships are for all three seasons of the show. Deals come from markets across the globe from countries including Turkey, Demark and Montenegro. The full list of new partners includes: 

  • Minika taking seasons one and two free TV rights in Turkey;  

    • Chilean SVOD VTR taking seasons one and two; 

      • Nordic platform SF taking seasons one and two for Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland; 

        • RTVS taking season one for Slovakia




          • Menart

            taking season three for the Balkans, which covers Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro and Macedonia. 

            “’KID-E-CATS’ is a top performing title for us, broadcasters across the globe have offered a home to these three adorable kittens and we are pleased to be bringing the show to an ever-increasing international audience,” says Lionel Marty, managing director, APC Kids.   

            “KID-E-CATS” tells the story of three kitten siblings – Cookie, Pudding and Candy. The kitties use their boundless creativity to bring to life even the most absurd problem-solving suggestions. The series is owned and managed by CTC Media and produced by Studio Metrafilms.  

            “We’re thrilled that children in Latin America, Nordic countries and Balkans can enjoy the adventures of the cat family,” adds Ksenia Gordienko,

            director of animation department, CTC Media. “It is very important for us to see the IP continuing to grow globally and we are excited to launch ten new special episodes of ‘Kid-E-Cats’ this fall.”  

            The announcements come on the heels of the recent news that APC Kids had 

            partnered with RTVE

             to bring “KID-E-CATS” season one and two to Spain. 

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