TVOKids

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Broadcasters bite into Book Hungry Bears

Several publishing partners have also boarded the preschool series from Pukeko Pictures, Breakthrough Entertainment and Hengxin Shambala Kids.

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TVOkids turns up the volume on Bristow’s Backyard Beats

The pubcaster has greenlit Bristow Global Media’s Backyard Beats for broadcast in 2020.

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TVO, TFO greenlight Breakthough copro Book Hungry Bears

The animated preschool series is created by New Zealand’s Pukeko Pictures and coproduced by Breakthough Entertainment and China’s Hengxin Shambala Kids.

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Big Bad Boo’s 16 Hudson renewed for season two

The 2D series from the Vancouver-based animation company will return for a second season.

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Big Bad Boo Studios’ 16 Hudson signs broadcast deals

TVOKids, Knowledge Kids, SRC Radio Canada and ICI TV have picked up the animated preschool series.

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GAPC Entertainment preschool series lands on TVO

The live-action preschool show debuts today on TVOKids and will launch this fall on Knowledge Kids in B.C.

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Cutie Pugs waddle onto TVO’s fall lineup

The Toronto-based Little Engine Moving Pictures’ new live-action series about four talking pugs will premiere on the pubcaster this fall.

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In Brief: Who won the Rogers Prize of Excellence in Cancon?

TVO sets the premiere for marblemedia’s Opie’s Home (pictured), plus more news.

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Odd Squad inspires line of games and puzzles

Outset Media will launch branded games based on the Sinking Ship Entertainment-Fred Rogers series next spring.

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TVOKids gets patriotic with Canada Crew

The preschool series from Little Engine Moving Pictures will bow on TVOKids on Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary.

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Farpoint Films cooks up new kids culinary series

Production on Kid Diners has started in Manitoba. (Hosts Aynalem Plett Martens and Xander Boulard pictured.)

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TVO, City Saskatchewan prep Quizzine

Cheshire Cat producer Tim Tyler on how the Saskatoon company picked up the French format and why Creative Sask’s grant programs work well for interstitials.