Monday, October 15, 2018

Nickelodeon International Acquires 'Kid-E-Cats' Season Two | MIPCOM

French sales house APC Kids, the children’s entertainment distribution company of boutique co-producer and distributor About Premium Content (APC), has sold the second season of Kid-E-Cats to Nickelodeon International!

The new 52 x 5’ animated episodes will be shown on Nick Jr.’s international channels that reach more than 170 countries including UK, India, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Indonesia and Vietnam.

The series is based on an original Russian series produced by CTC Media and Studio Metrafilms and is the second-best performing pre-school series in Russia. The third season is currently in production following a commission from CTC last year, which launched its first children’s channel, CTC Kids, earlier this year.

The show tells the story of three kittens: Cookie, Pudding and their kid sister Candy who are forever ready to jump into action with endless enthusiasm and energy. Their imagination also knows no bounds, and these kitties are capable of the most absurdly funny problem-solving suggestions. Through life’s little lessons, they learn to look before they leap – well, sometimes!

APC Kids Managing Director (MD) Lionel Marty said, “We are thrilled that Viacom International has committed to the second season of Kid-E-Cats. The series resonates with kids globally and it’s exciting that all over the world children will be able to enjoy the further adventures of Cookie, Pudding and Candy!”

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Sources: TelevisionPost, C21 Media.
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