Ranger Rob gets season two greenlight

A new line of consumer products is being prepped to accompany the 14-episode second season.

Ranger RobNelvana-produced preschool series Ranger Rob is headed to a second season, Corus Entertainment confirmed Tuesday.

The animated show, which debuted on Treehouse in fall 2016, will return for an additional 14 episodes. No broadcast date has yet been set.

On Corus’ Treehouse network, the 13-episode first season was the highest-rated series in fall 2016, according to Numeris data provided by Corus. The series also airs on TF1 in France, Super RTL in Germany, Disney Channel in Australia, Nickelodeon Italy, Canal Panda Portugal, YLE/TV2 Finland and HOP Israel.

Ranger Rob follows  a 10-year-old ranger-in-training as he ziplines, swings and snowboards around Big Sky Park.

In addition, the show’s master toy licensee, Quebec-based Imports Dragon, will launch a line of toys based on the series. Targeting a two-to-five year-old preschool audience, the in-development toy line will launch in Canada and some European territories in spring 2018, followed by a broader release in fall 2018.