Studio 100 Group’s ‘Mia and Me’ Flies into Brazil

As the new children’s attraction on TV Cultura, the first episode of “Mia and Me” will air on Brazil’s Children’s Day.
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October 14, 2020

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Studio 100 Group and TV Cultura are joining forces for the live-action, CGI hybrid series “Mia and Me.”

Studio 100 is exhibiting at Festival of Licensing, the month-long virtual celebration of the global licensing industry, which takes place online Oct. 6-29. It’s free to register and attend via


Already a high-promising YouTube star in Brazil, the first two seasons of “Mia and Me” will air on Brazilian free television network TV Cultura commencing today. With a daily slot within TV Cultura’s kids’ programming schedule, at least one episode of the series for girls aged 6 to 12 will air Monday to Friday for the next two consecutive years.

“We are very glad with this new partnership with Studio 100 Media,” says Fabiana Quinteiro, acquisitions coordinator, TV Cultura. “‘Mia and Me’ is already a huge success on YouTube, but now it is going to reach more children, around the country, by Free TV. The animation is in line with TV Cultura's institutional mission, which is to transmit programs of an educational and cultural nature. ‘Mia and Me’ has already empowered girls all over the world, and now it's the Brazilian girls' turn.”

The free TV launch of the series “Mia and Me” will be supported

by a broad marketing and social media campaign in collaboration with Studio 100 Media’s assigned local license agency Brandhouse Licensing. The agency is also working on a broad range of licensed products including toys, apparel and publishing. The Brazilian YouTube Channel for “Mia and me” accounts for more than 400,000 subscribers with more than 135 million views. TV Cultura reaches out to in excess of 150 million people in 26 states and federal districts in 2,200 cities through its national network of affiliates and retransmitter partners.

 “We are excited about this new collaboration with TV Cultura,” says Peter Kleinschmidt, director marketing and brand management, Studio 100 Media. “Knowing that Mia not only finds acceptance but real fans with her own power in Brazil, we cannot wait to see, what the new free TV presence will add to her success there. TV Cultura is the most important public television in the country and shares our values as a company – we very much look forward to working with the teams for Mia’s growing success.”

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