PGS Entertainment has completed a number of sales with broadcasters in Latin America at the NATPE market and conference taking place this week in Miami, Fla.
The sales will bring a range of animated series and movies represented by PGS to Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Columbia and also includes two pan-regional deals.
Cartoon Network has picked up TAT Productions’ The Jungle Bunch: Back to the Ice Floe movie and “The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue” TV series for its Latin American feed, and Discovery Networks Latin America has bought a third season of Method Animation’s “The Little Prince” after seeing success with the first two seasons of the animated series.
In Brazil, Globosat will air Genius Brands International’s series “Secret KidVenture Club,” Method and DQ Entertainment’s series “Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood,” Method’s series “Chaplin & Co” and TAT Productions’ and Master Films’ Spike and Spike 2 movies as well as Advent Calendar shorts.
Also in Brazil, TV Globo Network has picked seasons one and two of Nerd Corps’ “League of Super Evil.”
In Mexico, Canal 22 has bought three seasons of Marsu and Samka Productions’ “Marsupilami” and La Station Animation’s series “Mr. Otter”; Once Nino will air two seasons of “League of Super Evil”; and Televisa has picked up season two of Marvel and Method’s “Iron Man Armored Adventures” and seasons one and two of Method’s “The Little Prince.”
In Chile, UCV Televisión will broadcast seasons one and two of “Iron Man Armored Adventures” and season one of “League of Super Evil.”
In Columbia, Incomsa SA has picked up seasons one and two of “The Little Prince.”
“We are very pleased to see that so many series in our catalog are resonating with Latin American broadcasters,” says Guillaume Soutter, co-founder, PGS Entertainment. “But even more encouraging is that broadcasters are having measurable ratings success with these shows and are coming back for additional seasons. The performance of our series is proof that we are delivering hits for our broadcast partners not only in Latin America, but around the world.”