The distributor’s animated series, 50/50 Heroes, was picked up by Discovery in Latin America, along with other global broadcasters. In addition, Gigantosaurus and Droners landed multiple international sales.
Cyber Group Studios has secured a raft of deals with leading international broadcasters and platforms, including new partners for both Seasons 1 and 2 of its hit preschool animated series, Gigantosaurus, as well as its action-adventure anime series for kids ages 6-10, Droners.
Gigantosaurus, season one, has been acquired by NHK (Japan), Plus Plus (Ukraine), RTBF (Belgium), and Premier (Russia); while season two was picked up by Netflix (worldwide), CCTV (China), POP (UK), RAI (Italy), and SRC (Canada). The series is also now airing on Disney Junior in the US and EMEA.
Droners, season one, was acquired by ABC (Australia), SIC (Portugal), RTBF (Belgium), and RTS (Switzerland); while season two was acquired by TF1 (France) as well as WDR (Germany) and Disney (France and Benelux).
In addition, Cyber Group Studios has pre-sold its bold and hilarious new CGI 2D series, 50/50 Heroes, commissioned by France Télévisions and The Walt Disney Company in Germany and Eastern Europe, to Discovery in Latin America and Disney Japan.
50/50 Heroes is an original graphic universe the centers on half siblings who work together to make one-half of a superhero. The series is currently in production.
Raphaelle Mathieu SVP Sales and Acquisitions said: “It’s very gratifying and affirming that our signature programs are resonating so strongly with audiences around the globe in such large and important markets as the US, Latin America, Asia, and EMEA. These new partnerships will help Cyber Group Studios further our mission of creating content that entertains and engages children and families worldwide.”
The latest broadcast deals come on the heels of this year’s Mipcom and Mipcancun.