Thursday, October 07, 2021

'Thomas & Friends' to Steam Back Onto Nick Jr. UK With 'All Engines Go'

Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go Expands Globally


Mattel Television’s new Thomas & Friends animated series Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go is headed to new stations around the world!

Mattel has secured new distribution deals with Nick Jr. (U.K.), WarnerMedia (EMEA), WarnerMedia (LatAm), TF1 (France), Noga (Israel), and FPT TV (Vietnam).

The arrival of Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go on Nick Jr. UK & Ireland marks a homecoming, with the Nickelodeon UK network airing the original series for many years.


Longstanding Thomas content partners that have signed on to distribute the show include Milkshake (U.K.), Nickelodeon (Greece), Televisa (Mexico), TV Cultura (Brazil), Puls (Poland), NHK (Japan), and Tooniverse (South Korea).

The series is currently available in the U.S. on Cartoon Network and in Canada on Treehouse; it will also launch on Netflix in the U.S. starting October 29 and on Milkshake! in the U.K. on November 8.

Produced by Mattel in partnership with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana, Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go is a reimagining of the Thomas & Friends property with stories told from Thomas’ point of view. It features new art direction, more physical comedy and music, and a greater range of character expressiveness.

“In addition to Thomas being more playful and relatable than ever before, the stories in Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go resonate with kids everywhere today,” said Mattel Television senior vice president and general manager Frederic Soulie. We are pleased to introduce our all-new vibrant Thomas & Friends content to a global audience with our distribution partners.”


Original source: aNb Media.

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