‘Wild Kratts’ Expands International Licensing Program

‘Wild Kratts’ extends into Germany, Denmark, Sweden and more.

License Global

December 16, 2020

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9 Story Brands has announced the expansion of its international licensing program for the series “Wild Kratts.”

Denmark-based company Björna will be producing an extensive “Wild Kratts” home and apparel line, launching in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland as well as all Jysk locations worldwide (excluding North America).

The new line from Björna will include bedding, towels, cushions, fleece, socks, nightwear, shorts/skirts/dress, t-shirts, sweat clothes, bags, slippers and more and will roll out in spring 2021.

“Wild Kratts” has also recently expanded its reach in Germany, where the series has aired on SuperRTL since 2012. Both SuperRTL and Edel Kids picked up rights to season four, and renewed seasons one through three.

“Wild Kratts” has tremendous global reach, airing in more than 180 countries across 18 different languages and has more than 25 licensing partners globally including an extensive product line available at Whole Foods. “Wild Kratts” was created and developed by brothers and zoologists Martin and Chris Kratt, who star in the show as animated versions of themselves. The series is a co-production between the Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Media Group.

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