Novel Entertainment has signed a deal with Netflix to broadcast all three seasons of its animated children’s show “Horrid Henry” in the U.K and Eire.
DreamWorks Animation is going back in time–way back–as it debuts its newest property, Dinotrux.
Netflix and Scholastic Media are planning a new original TV series based on the iconic show “The Magic School Bus.”
Netflix plans to significantly expand in Europe later this year with launches scheduled for Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Guru Studio has announced new broadcast partnerships with Cartoonito in Italy and Netflix in Latin America for “Justin Time.”
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix are adding to the slate of original series that will be available exclusively on the Internet TV streaming service.
Two animated series and two feature films from The Pokémon Company International are now available on Netflix.
The Walt Disney Company, and Netflix will film the upcoming four-part Marvel live-action television series in New York.
From the skyrocketing success of digital-first properties to major shifts in the television landscape to big name brand acquisitions, here is the news that shaped 2013.
The deals and companies that shaped the licensing business in 2013 and were also among the most widely viewed.
The CGI-animated web series, “Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse,” will premiere on Nickelodeon in October.
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