Broadcasters Swarm to ‘Berry Bees’

Atlantyca Entertainment (Italy), SLR Productions (Australia), Telegael (Ireland) and Studio Cosmos-Maya (Singapore and India) have announced a co-partnership for a new animated spy series, “Berry Bees.”

License Global

October 16, 2018

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Atlantyca Entertainment and Cosmos-Maya will handle distribution across Asia, SLR Productions in Australia and New Zealand and Telegael in Ireland and the U.K. RAI Italy and NINE Network have signed on as broadcast partners.

“Berry Bees” will be presented at MIP Junior and MIPCOM. The high-energy comedy follows three talented girls–Bobby, Lola and Juliette– who carry out spy missions.

“We are so happy to be working with such a noteworthy multicultural group of production partners on this new exciting action-packed animated series which features three extraordinary strong young heroines,” said Caterina Vacchi, head of animation and distribution department, executive producer, Atlantyca Entertainment. “This multi-partnership reflects our combined commitment to creating brands that have enormous global TV and licensing potential. ‘Berry Bees’ is full of fun stories and gadgets that kids are certain to adore. We are thrilled to have key broadcast partners on board, honored to be working with RAI once again and excited to add the NINE Network in Australia as our newest broadcast partner.”

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