Nat Geo Kids snaps up three shows from 9 Story

The LatAm kidcaster has licensed Let's Go Luna! (pictured), The Diary of Bita and Cora, and Finding Stuff Out.
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Nat Geo Kids LatAm has picked up Let’s Go Luna! (pictured), The Diary of Bita and Cora and two seasons of Finding Stuff Out from 9 Story Distribution International in a regional buy that includes Brazil and the Caribbean.

Aimed at kids ages four to seven, animated series Let’s Go Luna! (79 x 11 minutes) is produced by 9 Story’s Brown Bag Films and tracks the globe-trotting adventures of an Australian wombat, Mexican butterfly and American frog. U.S. pubcaster PBS KIDS commissioned the series in 2017 under the working title Luna Around the World.

Meanwhile, Nat Geo Kids LatAm also picked up Finding Stuff Out (produced by Montreal’s Apartment 11 Productions), which explores what kids actually want to know about science, based on their real questions.

From TV ON Producciones, The Diary of Bita and Cora, is a 26 x five-minute animated series for four- to eight-year-olds featuring two galactic explorers who crash-land on a new planet.

Nat Geo Kids LatAm has been picking up content left and right this year, including seasons one and two of Sinking Ship Entertainment’s Dino Dana, the first season of Bromelia Productions’ Lottie Dottie Mini, Gaumont’s slapstick comedy Furiki Wheels.