The 17 series and specials have proved incredibly popular with broadcasters worldwide and key sales were been secured across the continents at the beginning of the year including Lost in Oz to ABC (Australia) and Disney Channel (free to air channel Germany & Russia), France Televisions, SVT (Sweden) and Discovery (Latin America). In the UK, the BBC picked up Little Big Awesome for its CBBC channel in the UK & Ireland and Knowledge Network (Canada) took over 47 hours of Prime originals.
Studio 100 has now picked up pre-school series Creative Galaxy, Tumbleleaf and Wishenpoof for Germany pay tv and catch-up TV rights.
In the UK Nickelodeon has secured the rights to Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street and Mediacorp in Singapore has taken three series: Tumbleleaf, Lost in Oz and Creative Galaxy. In Korea Turner Broadcasting have picked up Niko and the Sword of Light and MBC (Middle East) and RTS Switzerl and also taken the series.