email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

Distribución / Estrenos / Salas - Francia

Informe de industria: Animación

Cyber Group Studios expande el alcance mundial de Gigantosaurus y Droners gracias a emisoras y plataformas de primer nivel

por 

Los estudios franceses también prevenden su próxima serie, 50/50 Heroes, a Discovery en Latinoamérica y Disney en Japón

Cyber Group Studios expande el alcance mundial de Gigantosaurus y Droners gracias a emisoras y plataformas de primer nivel
Las series Gigantosaurus (izquierda) y Droners

Este artículo está disponible en inglés.

On 29 November, leading French producer and distributor of animated series Cyber Group Studios announced it had secured a raft of deals with international broadcasters and platforms for both seasons 1 and 2 of its hit 52x11-minute pre-school animated series Gigantosaurus, as well as its 26x22-minute action-adventure animé series for kids aged six to ten, Droners.

Moreover, the group has pre-sold its brand-new CGI 2D series, entitled 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 described as “an original graphic universe” focusing on “half-siblings who work together to make one-half of a superhero”. The show is currently in production.

(El artículo continúa más abajo - Inf. publicitaria)

Specifically, the first season of Gigantosaurus was sold to NHK (Japan), Plus Plus (Ukraine), RTBF (Belgium) and Premier (Russia), whilst the show’s second season was sold to Netflix (worldwide), CCTV (China), POP (UK), RAI (Italy) and SRC (Canada). Gigantosaurus is currently airing on Disney Junior in the USA and across the EMEA region.

Meanwhile, the first season of Droners, commissioned by TF1, was picked up by ABC (Australia), SIC (Portugal), RTBF (Belgium) and RTS (Switzerland). Following the success of its inaugural season on TF1, the second one has been picked up again by the network, as well as by WDR (Germany) and Disney (France and Benelux).

Speaking about the recent deals sealed by the studio, SVP Sales and Acquisitions Raphaelle Mathieu commented: “It’s very gratifying and affirming that our signature programmes are resonating so strongly with audiences around the globe in such large and important markets as the USA, 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.”

(El artículo continúa más abajo - Inf. publicitaria)

¿Te ha gustado este artículo? Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter y recibe más artículos como este directamente en tu email.

Privacy Policy