Cosmos-Maya, WarnerMedia Announce Cartoon Network Deal

The India and Singapore-based animation studio has secured a deal with WarnerMedia.

License Global

February 6, 2021

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India and Singapore-based animation studio Cosmos-Maya has secured a deal with WarnerMedia for its brand-new title “Dabangg - The Animated Series.” 

The show, produced by Cosmos-Maya, is an extension of the Bollywood film franchise and will debut on WarnerMedia’s kids TV channel Cartoon Network in India and the Indian subcontinent mid-2021.

Targeted at a kids and family audience, ‘Dabangg’ is set to be one of the first animation adaptations of a popular Bollywood franchise where the protagonist remains an adult rather than being turned into a child character. 

“We are thrilled to work with Cosmos-Maya again on another highly-promising Bollywood-inspired IP,” says Abhishek Dutta, South Asia network head, Cartoon Network and POGO “The show is one of India’s first Bollywood-inspired animations that retains the essence of the original version to appeal to the whole family. With the latest title, Cartoon Network and POGO are again betting on Bollywood – which we’ve found is a great way to provide relatable and popular content to India’s young viewers.”

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