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Acamar Film’s new deal will see “Bing” become available on Amazon Prime Video in the U.K., Italy and Spain.

License Global

August 21, 2020

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Acamar Films has inked a deal with Amazon Prime Video to stream “Bing” in the U.K., Italy and Spain.

The deal sees Acamar Films bring the most recent episodes of the animated kids series head to Prime Video in the U.K. It also extends Acamar Films’ license of the original 78 “Bing” episodes for a further two years. In additon, as part of the deal, “Bing’s” first season will also become available to Prime Video subscribers in Italy and Spain.

“We’re thrilled to have extended our relationship with Amazon Prime Video in the U.K., and to be able to introduce ‘Bing’ to yet more viewers in both Italy and Spain,” says Eroulla Constantine, director, sales and distribution, Acamar Films. “It’s a testament to the success so far of ‘Bing’ on Prime Video and we look forward to delighting yet more Bingsters with our stories.”

Following the announcement, “Bing” is now available on multiple TV and SVOD services in 130 territories worldwide and via the ‘Bing: Watch, Play, Learn’ app (available now in the U.K., Italy and Poland). In May, “Bing” also won the ‘Best Property for the Year’ in Italy for its work in 2019.

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